NEMPAC and City of Boston Bring Free Summer Concert Series to the Prado; Thursdays in July

The North End Music and Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) is thrilled to announce that their annual Summer Concert Series, in partnership with the City of Boston, will return to the Prado this summer to offer free outdoor concerts each Thursday in July. Main stage concerts will begin at 6:00 p.m. and run until 7:30 p.m., and each performance will...

Reader Poll: Which Boston Fourth Of July Event Are You Most Excited For?

The Fourth of July is an exciting time in Boston with many local North End traditions as well as city-wide activities. Which event is at the top of your holiday weekend to-do list? Note: Web polls are not scientific, representing only those readers who choose to vote. Know of other local events readers might like to attend? Please share in the...

Marquis is in the ‘hood!

Last week, we had the very real pleasure of meeting the faces of Marquis Health Services: CEO Norman Rokeach, LNHA (Licensed Nursing Home Administrator), and Regional Director of Operations Stacey Rebelo, RN. Since the sale of the North End Nursing Home was finalized in January, Marquis has been busy doing their homework while Partners/Spaulding continues to run operations in the...

North End Electric, Water, Sewer & Pavement Repairs Continue

The City of Boston hosted a Construction Update Meeting in the gym of the Nazzaro Center on June 15th. It was a rather low turnout so we are featuring each of the poster sessions in a series of updates here on NorthEndWaterfront.com with information from various city departments. View more construction posts. Utilities Eversource Energy has three upcoming projects in the...

Stephen Passacantilli for District 1 City Council at Ward 3 Candidates Night

https://youtu.be/zlS13kSr2Ds Stephen Passacantilli, a life long resident of The North End and a father of two, spoke at the Ward 3 Democratic Committee Candidate Night. At the end of the Evening, Passacantilli was endorsed by the committee. Professionally, Passacantilli is the Director of Operations for the Boston Transportation Department. For six of the eight years he was a member, Passacantilli was...

Ed Flynn for District 2 Boston City Council at Ward 3 Candidates Night

https://youtu.be/AXGpLIL5pfU Ed Flynn, running for District 2 City Council, spoke at the Ward 3 Democratic Committee's Candidates Night on Wednesday, June 21st. Flynn was the first of four District 2 candidates to speak that evening. Flynn, a father of two, has been a resident of South Boston for his whole life. He spends his time as a youth sports coach, veteran's...

NESTEA at Boston Harborfest on July 1 and 2

NESTEA Celebrates the Joy of Living Simply during Boston Harborfest NESTEA brings their Tiny House to Boston to showcase simpler recipes, authentic tea flavor and new line of premium, real brewed teas  NESTEA® recently unveiled a custom Tiny House in New York City to showcase the joy of living simply and the brand’s “less is more” philosophy. To kick off its...

Wednesday’s Guide: Fake Monks, Croquet, North End Moms, Biking Excitement!

Things to know for Wednesday! Events for Wednesday, June 28th 5:30pm Croquet on the West Lawn of Christopher Columbus Park. Croquet on the West Lawn of Christopher Columbus Park. The fun starts at 5:30 - 7:30pm. Free and open to all! 6:30pm Next Level Fitness Bootcamp. Get fit and stay healthy every week during the summer with Next Level Fitness! Located at Hanover Street and Cross Streets,...

North End Waterfront Residents Quiz District 1 City Council Candidates

District 1 City Council Candidates spoke to a group of North End waterfront residents on Tuesday night at the Prince Building, 63 Atlantic Avenue. Originally set to be outside, the gathering was moved indoors due to the impending thunderstorm. Candidates Lydia Edwards, Margaret Farmer and Stephen Passacantilli largely stuck to their themes from previous forums including public schools, transportation, housing,...

Friends of Christopher Columbus Park Raise Money for New Years Eve Fireworks, Talk Summer Events at Neighborhood Council [Video]

https://youtu.be/Xz8BG_W4RCA Ann Babbitt from the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park came to the North End Waterfront Neighborhood Council meeting on June 12th, 2017 to talk about Summer Events at the park, along with information about fireworks on the harbor. This New Years Eve, there will be a fireworks display in the Boston Harbor! Joanne Hayes-Rines, the President of Friends of Christopher Columbus...

North Square Renovation Project Starts Fall 2017

The City of Boston hosted a Construction Update Meeting in the gym of the Nazzaro Center on June 15th. It was a rather low turnout so we are featuring each of the poster sessions in a series of updates here on NorthEndWaterfront.com with information from various city departments. View more construction posts. North Square Renovation Boston Public Works Department will begin...

Sal DiMasi Welcomed Back to the North End [Photo Gallery]

Former House Speaker, Sal DiMasi, was warmly welcomed back to the North End last week to gather with friends in the neighborhood he represented for over 30 years at the State House. Accompanied by his wife Debbie, the 72 year-old DiMasi said he was focused on reuniting with friends and family and regaining his health after being granted a “compassionate...

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