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USS Constitution Gets Underway to Honor Battle at Midway and Gold Star Families

USS Constitution was underway in Boston Harbor today. The ship honored Gold Star Families – families who lost loved ones in Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom – and also honored the Navy’s victory at Midway Island during World War II. The Constitution exchanged 21-gun salutes with Fort Independence on Castle Island. Fort Independence is a Read More…

Arts & Culture Community Schools

3rd Annual Scholarship Benefit Concert Is a Success at the Old North Church

The 3rd Annual Scholarship Benefit concert was held at the Old North Church. The North End Music and Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) would like to thank our instructors, community, and staff for an elegant, generous evening which helped raise significant monies to benefit our Scholarship Fund. We look forward to continuing to support families and Read More…


Richard G. Mintz, North End Native Posthumously Receives MBA Centennial Award

  The Massachusetts Bar Association honored the late Richard G. Mintz of Mintz Levin in Boston with a posthumous Centennial Award at the MBA Centennial Ball at the Boston Sheraton Hotel on May 19. R. Robert Popeo (left), chairman of Mintz Levin, accepts the Centennial Award on behalf of Mintz from MBA Vice President Douglas Read More…


NEWRA Meeting Agenda for June 9, 2011

North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association June 2011 Meeting Agenda Thursday, June 9, 2011, 7:00 p.m. Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet St. Reports 7:00 – 7:30 PM President’s Report Treasurer’s Report Clean Streets Committee Parks and Open Space Committee Zoning, Licensing and Construction Committee Zoning and Licensing Applications 7:30 – 7:50 PM 44 North Bennet Read More…

Business Community Food & Drink

Joe Tecce’s Ristorante to File for Bankruptcy

The Boston Globe reports that long-term North End fixture, Joe Tecce’s Ristorante, will file for bankruptcy. The restaurant is expected to continue operating and remain open for business. Joe Tecce’s Ristorante is in peril. And the owners blame the thing that made the restaurant a dining dynasty: its location at the gateway to the North Read More…

Photos & Videos

Tentacles of Lightning Invade Downtown Boston

Lightning showered Downtown Boston last night, as captured in this amazing photo by David Arnold. “Neighborhood Photo” is a regular feature on Did you take an interesting photo in or around Boston’s North End / Waterfront? Have it featured by emailing it to Please include a title, date taken and a sentence or two describing Read More…

Business Food & Drink

Pauli’s Set to Open at 65 Salem Street

Press release and some interior photos from the soon-to-open Pauli’s at 65 Salem St. in the location formerly occupied by Going Banana’s:

Pauli’s in the North End set to open this Friday

Mark your calendars for newcomer Pauli’s grand opening

Pauli’s InteriorMeet Pauli: “I started working in the North End in my family’s food businesses when I was just eight years old. Back then, the North End was a neighborhood where everybody actually knew your name, and “freshness, quality and value” weren’t just trendy catch phrases—they were simply expected.”  Today, Pauli’s is based on that same philosophy. We believe you deserve food that’s always served wicked fresh, that always tastes crazy good and that doesn’t cost a lot of money. At Pauli’s, you’ll find the comfort food you crave, the healthy options you want and the variety you need, all for an excellent value. So come on in. We’d love to get to know you by name.

WHAT:  The historic North End welcomes a new addition to the casual restaurant scene this Friday, open 7 days a week, Pauli’s.  Located where Going Bananas was (before they moved across the street) on 65 Salem Street, Pauli’s is a new affordable dining option for takeout or dining in. The owner Paul focused the menu on good fresh food, with a variety of choices, at affordable prices.  He previously owned two restaurants, has 20 years of catering experience, and his family has been in the restaurant industry for 45 years, so you can expect top notch service and quality cuisine. 

Pauli’s Manager Behind the CounterThere are numerous options for dining in the North End but Pauli’s will stand out from the rest because of their homemade specialties, served quickly and flawlessly every time. They will offer simple breakfast favorites, lunch, dinner, and catering options using only the finest ingredients, ordered and prepared daily. Paul is also excited to bring to the area a menu that includes healthier options like salads, Kabobs, grilled chicken, steak, deli sandwiches and wraps, while also offering hearty Italian classics we can’t get enough of in the North End like pastas, meatball sandwiches, and eggplant parmesan. Not to mention burgers, fries, mozzarella sticks and more. Come in and check it out; you won’t be disappointed.

WHERE:  Pauli’s
65 Salem Street
Boston, MA

WHEN: Friday, June 3, 2011, Hours – 9 am to 9 pm

For more information visit, email or call (857) 284-7064. Also follow us on Twitter @paulisnorthend or visit the Facebook page.


Project Bread & The Walk for Hunger Supported by North End Resident

Citizens Bank team members Meghan Mcentee (Boston’s North End) and Noreen McMahon (Braintree) were thrilled to be a part of Project Bread’s 43rd Walk for Hunger as both sponsors and walkers. The team joined 42,000 walkers and volunteers to help raise 3.6 million dollars for 446 emergency programs across the state. The funds will buy Read More…


BPL’s Civil War Exhibit & North End “Draft Riot”

Download the BPL Civil War Brochure (pdf) Jump to: Exhibitions | Programs | Collections | Partners | Slideshow The American Civil War is one of the defining events in United States history. Throughout 2011, the Boston Public Library commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Civil War with an array of system-wide programming, including exhibitions, lectures, Read More…

Food & Drink Health & Environment

Caffe Vittoria Receives Good Neighbor Recognition Award from NEWRA Clean Streets Committee

Photo from the left: Caffe Vittoria’s Evey Turcios, Linda Riccio and Janet Gilardi from the NEWRA Clean Streets Committee. (Photo courtesy of Phil Orlandella). Caffe Vittoria at 290-296 Hanover St. was the winner of the May 2011 Good Neighbor Recognition Award from the Clean Streets Committee, part of the North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association Read More…