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Weekly Top Reads: Hammock Company Sued, N. Washington St. Bridge Traffic Shift, 311 Reports, Water & Sewer Projects, Childcare Crisis, Fireworks Task Force

This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured traffic, construction, graffiti, government, fireworks, and more. Read on below to see the most popular articles from the past week. Hammock Company Sued After 2017 North End Rooftop Chimney Collapse The victim of a hammock and chimney collapse on Charter Street in Boston’s North End is seeking $1 million+ in Read More…

Weekend Brief: Phase 3 Reopening to Begin Monday, 10 Things to do this 4th of July Weekend, Virtual Celebrations

Thunderbirds to Lead Fourth of July Flyover

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Thursday’s Brief: Free Drive-In Movie Series, Phase 3 Businesses Eager to Reopen, NEMPAC Pop-Up Opera Watch Party, N. Washington St. Bridge Meeting, Online Film Discussion

Today is Thursday, July 2 and throughout the month of July the City of Boston is hosting a free drive-in movie series, read more on Boston.com. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 6:00PM NEMPAC Pop-Up Opera Watch Party. Join us by logging into the NEMPAC Pop-up Opera WATCH PARTY on Zoom!  Join: https://maine.zoom.us/j/92990771105?pwd=MzNlZlk4YnZGYTBVa2ZzMENDcGdvdz09Password: FIGARO Read More…

Traffic Pattern Changes as Shift to N. Washington St. Temporary Bridge Begins

Social Highlights This Week: Rainy Days and Street Corners

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Come Visit the Trees of Love in Christopher Columbus Park

Come for a walk in Christopher Columbus Park and enjoy a fleetingly fragrant experience of honey, vanilla and citrus as the Park’s five Little Leaf Linden trees come into bloom. These lovely trees with heart-shaped leaves are distinctive with a rich symbolic history stretching back over a thousand years. Villagers in the German and Norse Read More…

USS Constitution Virtual July 4th Celebration & 21-Gun Salute

Ferry Service to Spectacle Island Begins July 1st

Arts & Culture

WOW: Wind On Water Sculpture Exhibit Opens in Charlestown Navy Yard

WOW: Wind on Water, a yearlong outdoor public art exhibit of Wind Sculptures™ by internationally renowned artist Lyman Whitaker, opens this month in the Charlestown Navy Yard along the Boston Harbor. In the time of Covid-19 restrictions, this free exhibit offers a welcome outdoor activity that provides ample opportunity for safe social distancing while walking, Read More…

Faneuil Hall Marketplace Reopens

North End Against Drugs and Raymond & Michelina Costa Scholarship Program Award $3,100 to Local Students

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