Memorial Day 2015 – North End – Remembering those who gave their lives in defense of our country. Photos by Matt Conti.
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Robert Allison, Suffolk University History Department Professor and Chair, answers the question, “How did the Old North Church become Old North?” Christ Church was built in 1723 when there already was an “Old North,” the venerable Puritan Meeting House over which […]
In a presentation at this week’s North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) meeting, Boston Public Market Executive Director, Liz Morningstar, announced that the market will open in mid July 2015. Occupying the ground floor of the Parcel 7 garage, adjacent […]
Doorways in the North End have character and this one on Hanover Avenue even had a few cans of beans on it! Move and drag the pieces around just like a regular jigsaw puzzle. If you are “missing” a piece, move the […]
Looking down Commercial Street from Copp’s Hill Terrace, Heather Annese captured this colorful sunset. “Neighborhood Photo” is a regular feature on NorthEndWaterfront.com. Email your best photos to email@example.com. Please include a sentence (or more) telling us about your photo. See […]
Cheryl Ransom took advantage of the recent Spring/Summer weather to take a walk along the water. “Perfect day to be by the harbor!!” she notes when sending over these photos.
For all its shimmering transparency during the day, the Janet Echelman sculpture, named “As If It Were Already Here” comes to life at night when LED lighting makes it glow amid the backdrop of the Boston skyline. Here is a photo gallery […]
The 2015 Fisherman’s Feast Banquet by the Madonna del Soccorso di Sciacca Society of Boston honored longtime member Salvatore “Chickie” Travato for Lifetime Achievement. Member of the Year awards were presented to Salvatore LoPiccolo and Vincent J. Bono. Your editor […]