Monthly Archives: October 2011

Spreading Daffodil Joy Around the Neighborhood

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Friends of the North End Branch Library took up Mayor Menino on his offer for lots of daffodil bulbs to plant this Fall around...

Differences Highlighted at Boston Neighborhoods City Councilor-at-Large Candidates Forum (Video)

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Differing views became apparent at a forum among City Councilor-at-Large candidates on issues including neighborhood schools, busing, the Shadow Bill, taxes, casinos, university expansion,...

NEMPAC’s Pumpkin Painting Event Is A Huge Success With 250 Pumpkins...

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//   More than 200 Pumpkins were painted by our youngest friends and neighbors of the North End Music and Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) on...

National Register of Historic Places Includes Several Properties and One District...

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The North End is chock full of history and one way to study it is to look at the properties listed in the National...

Shadow Bill, “An Act Protecting Sunlight in Certain Parks,” Debated at...

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  The “Shadow Bill,” formally known as Massachusetts House Bill 1169, was debated at the State House this week with many interested parties weighing in...

Alcohol Licensing Update for North End / Waterfront from NEWRA’s ZLC...

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At last week’s meeting of the North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) meeting, an update on licensing issues in the neighborhood was presented...

Stanley Cup Photo Opportunity Brings Out North End Fans at Nazzaro...

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Lord Stanley posed with all his North End fans at the Nazzaro Community Center. TheStanley Cup came to the neighborhood for a photo opportunity,...

Armenian Heritage Foundation Sponsors Human Rights Lecture With Paul Rusesabagina

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Internationally recognized human rights activist Paul Rusesabagina (left) being greeted by Langham Hotel’s Managing Director, Serge Denis. (Photo courtesy of the Langham Hotel.) The Armenian...

Break-In & Larceny on This Week’s Police Blotter for the North...

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Reported incidents from this week’s Boston Police Journal Log for the North End / Waterfront area: Larceny in a Building 10/13/11    8:00pm-11:30pm Foster St. resident reports an...

Boston Ranks #2 of U.S. Cities As Best For Trick-or-Treating; North...

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Boston is a great city for trick-or-treating and kids in the downtown neighborhoods make a killing! That is the result from the 2011 Zillow...

Redistricting Proposal Results in Little Change for North End / Waterfront...

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A committee of Massachusetts legislators has proposed new district lines for House and Senate representation based on shifts in population and an increase in...

Is Bank of America Worried About Bomb Threats from Occupy Boston?

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  Eagle-eyed camera-phone photographer, Bruce McCue, walks by the Bank of America offices on State Street this morning and sees “Bomb Threat” signs on employee...