Photos from around Boston’s North End during the USA opener at the World Cup on Monday night as the Americans defeated Ghana, 2-1. This is the first time that the USA has won Game 1 since 2002. Next up for […]
Vin Lopriore threw 5 innings of two hit ball allowing zero earned runs and striking out nine as the 21u NEAA Dodgers beat Framingham 6-1 to run their record to 2-0. Lopriore had a tough act to follow after Bilikas’ […]
World Cup fever engulfed Boston’s North End neighborhood on Saturday as Italy won its first game against England, 2-1. Lines were building outside the caffes and restaurants hours in advance of game time. Blue is the color of the streets! […]
On the first day of the 2014 World Cup, we take a look at what happened in the North End back in 2006 when Italy won it all! It was Monday afternoon, July 10, 2006, when Hanover Street in Boston’s North […]
LETTER OF THANKS To John Romano “JR” & The North End Athletic Association For Dedicating Baseball/Family Day In Memory Of Ralph “Arzie-Bo” DeMarco Dear JR , We want to thank you and the NEAA for honoring our father, Ralph with […]
I want to remove hair forcibly from my head. It’s feast or famine for the Red Sox, it seems (bipolar would be another way of putting it). After the electric ten game winning streak, where everything clicked and saw the […]
During the NEAA Family Celebration on Saturday May 31st, several past NEAA coaches and directors stopped by to help celebrate another great season.
After the North End Athletic Association Baseball Opening Day was rained out twice, the annual barbeque was held as a Family Day with lots of little league baseball on a sunny Saturday at Langone Park. The late Ralph “Arzie Bo” […]
How are your feet and ankles feeling folks? It’s been a great journey so far, but before we move up to our next body part, I’d like to take this interim to comment on risk. Risk is a common theme […]
Star Market is coming to town as part of the Boston Garden project and the team is reaching out to various neighborhood groups, most recently to the ITAM Post 8 at the North End bocce courts. “As part of Shaw’s […]
The first words out of Tom Caron’s mouth in the post-game review are the same on all our lips: what a difference a week makes. A home and home four game sweep of the Braves (while we handled Minor, we […]
They have not played for ten years and came in fourth against the North End group. “We lost, but not bad for beginners,” says Venuti. “Neighborhood Photo” is a regular feature on NorthEndWaterfront.com. Did you take an interesting photo in […]
Here are some photos from North End NEAA 2014 T-Ball Program. The program is sponsored by the North End Athletic Association and shirts and hats are provided to us by the Boston Red Sox Foundation.
Now that we know what sprains are, we can talk about preventing them. There are varying schools of thought about how ligaments should be treated; whether or not they should be stretched. What is inarguable is that they have the […]