Summer 2017 Events at the Paul Revere House

Each Summer month at the Paul Revere House offers a mix of 18th century music, colonial trades, and stories of real people who lived...

Freemason Memorial Day Ceremony at Copp’s Hill [Photo Gallery]

The Prince Hall Freemasons Memorial Service at Copp’s Hill Burying Ground was captured by photographer Brendan O'Brien. He used a rangefinder film camera with a...

The Weekender: Prince Postale Closing, Construction Update, Loft & Vine Opens, All Saints Way...

The weekend is here! This week's top posts include business openings and closings, construction updates, and historical pieces of the North End. See the most read articles below. North...

Photography Exhibit Reveals Property Owner’s Perspective on West End Urban Renewal

On display at The West End Museum from now until Fall 2017, are 60 year old photographs depicting the West End before the urban...

Video: “All Saints Way” Featured on Greater Boston

https://youtu.be/QyXr80SXD2s Despite all the changes in the North End, the alley known as "All Saints Way" on Battery Street remains vibrant thanks to Peter Baldassari....

Privy to the Past: Immigrant Histories from Washington Garden [Video]

http://youtu.be/fw8sy-FSJ2g Boston archaeologist, Joe Bagley, revealed early conclusions from his ongoing dig at Washington Garden, adjacent to Old North Church. The event was co-sponsored by Old North...

Considering the “Old Waterfront Historic District”

The torrid pace of development and street construction has renewed interest in protecting the historical character of the neighborhood. On the North End waterfront, efforts for a historic district...

Mystery of Boston’s Missing History

What happened to the Greenway's tablet of the first years of Boston's North End history? As seen in the photo, the first tablet of the...

Enthusiastic Crowd for Talk by Historian Stephen Puleo

Stephen Puleo, noted historian and best selling author of books dear to the hearts of North Enders, like Dark Tide, the Great Flood of...

Tight Knit Commentary – Boston’s Garment Industry Is Woven into our History

We’ve all heard about the sense of loss that manufacturing jobs leave in their wake as they disappear overseas. Some call it foolish nostalgia. The jobs aren’t coming...

My Favorite Year: 1955 at the Eliot School

Whenever I think of my sixth grade class at the Eliot School, I am reminded of the 1982 movie “My Favorite Year.” It's a...

St. John School Students Take History Tour with Suffolk University Professor Bob Allison

Before going on April vacation, St. John School's middle school students spent an afternoon with Suffolk University History Professor, Bob Allison, learning about the...