Monthly Archives: May 2011

Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion Opening Ceremony on June 2, 2011

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After 18 months of construction, the Boston Harbor Islands Alliance and National Park Service are putting on the final touches for the grand opening...

Latest Real Estate Sales in North End / Waterfront

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Recently Sold Homes in North End North End homes for sale  View the last 90 days of recent home sales in the North...

Daytime Break-Ins on Salem St. Lead This Week’s North End /...

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These are reported incidents from this week’s Boston Police Journal Log for the North End / Waterfront area. Breaking & Entering - Residential 05/23/11              7:00am- 3:00pm Salem...

Stephen Puleo’s Guided Tour of 1919 Great Molasses Flood Site on...

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http://youtu.be/7T33CvXUUKY The National Fire Protection Association features Stephen Puleo, author of “Dark Tide,” who gives a guided tour in the video above of one of...

Lost Dog – Last Seen in the North End

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Lost Dog - Last Seen in the North End Contact Alicia at bostonitis@gmail.com. My dog is a sweet 3 1/2 year old rescue turned therapy dog...

Nazzaro Center’s Youth Program Band Performs & NEAD Awards Scholarships

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On May 23, 2011, the Nazzaro Community Center presented “An Evening of Music” with performances by the Youth Program Band, instructed by Jeremy Sarzana...

New Greenway Carousel to be Moved Slightly and Price Doubles to...

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Boston.com Your Town reporter, Jeremy C. Fox, updates us on the status of a new carousel expected to be located on the Rose F....

Successful 2011 Book Sale Held by Friends of the North End...

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The sun came out for the Friends of the North End Branch Library on Saturday for the Annual Book Sale fundraiser. Book and DVD...

Taranta Restaurant on Hanover Street, Chronicle TV5 Episode, Part 7

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In the final excerpt of the Chronicle TV5 episode on Hanover St., Taranta Restaurant is featured with Chef Jose Duarte’s Peruvian-Italian cuisine. Taranta is...

Pirates & Patriots Launches on Boston’s Waterfront

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Pirates and patriots alike were a part of Boston’s waterfront and the creation of our great city and country as we know it today.   Boston’s Freedom Trail® is bringing their stories alive by providing affordable and educational fun to visitors and residents.  Boston’s “must-see” history this year is enhanced with a NEW walking tour of Boston harbor, rebellious deeds of colonial agitators, global trade, embargoes, hijackings, and pirate pranks.  Sound familiar?  The Freedom Trail Foundation’s Pirates & Patriots 90-minute walking tour, with an 18th century costumed guide, launches on June 1 and is offered daily at 12:30 p.m. from the ArtsBoston booth at Faneuil Hall Marketplace.

Green Tickets, Rats & Missing Spazzare Brooms Discussed at Clean Streets...

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Green Ticket Law - Code Enforcement Code Enforcement Officer, Chris Stockbridge, updated the NEWRA Clean Streets Committee on Green Ticket law enforcement in the North...

ParkArts Landscape Watercolor Series Returns in June to Christopher Columbus Park

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The Boston Parks and Recreation Department will be holding its popular series of ParkARTS Landscape Watercolor Painting Workshops, presented in partnership with official sponsor...