Event Notices Schools

Photos: Monica’s Hosts Successful Eliot School Family Council Benefit

“An Evening for Education” Supports the Eliot School Family Council On Wednesday, January 25th, the Mendoza Family of Monica’s Restaurant hosted a special four course wine pairing dinner at Vinoteca di Monica to benefit the Eliot School Family Council, a 501(c)(3) charity that supports the North End’s public school. It was a packed event with many friends, Read More…

Health & Environment

North End Waterfront Health Joins Petition Drive to Support Health Centers

North End Waterfront Health is participating in a national petition drive organized by the National Association of Community Health Centers calling on Congress and the President to oppose Medicaid Cuts and increase funding to health centers. Health Centers like NEW Health are currently the family doctor and health care home for nearly 23 million people Read More…

Government People

Kevin White Statue Photo: “Thank You, Mr. Mayor”

Flowers at the base of the larger than life Kevin White statue by Pablo Eduardo at Faneuil Hall. The former mayor lays in wake on Tuesday, January 31st at the Parkman House in Beacon Hill from 2-8pm (open to the public). The City’s archives department has also posted a set of historical photos with the Read More…

Real Estate Schools

BBJ: Two-Dozen Developers Tour North End Buildings Up For Sale

The City of Boston hosted two-dozen developers last week for a tour of the vacant pair of North St. buildings between the Greenway and Richmond St., according to Boston Business Journal’s Thomas Grillo. Mentioned in the article is Pizzuti Development, where John Henry’s wife works. Among the others who toured the facility or received the Read More…

Government Transportation

Public Works Notice: Streetlights on Snowhill and Charter Streets Out Until Tuesday

The Mayor’s 24 Hour Constituent Hotline has received notice from Public Works Department that the lights around Snowhill St. and Charter St. will be out until tomorrow (Tuesday, Jan. 31st). A total of eight street lights will be out on Monday night. Contact the hotline at 617 635 4500 with any questions.

Event Notices Food & Drink Health & Environment Photos & Videos

Photos: North End Restaurants Host CityFeast 2012 – Dining Out to Conquer Diabetes

Five North End restaurants held a special benefit dinner on Sunday night to support the Joslin Diabetes Center’s High Hopes Fund. The annual event, CityFeast – Dining Out to Conquer Diabetes, is organized by Carla Agrippino Gomes of Antico Forno and Terramia with joint participation from Lucca’s Matt and Sean Williams, Taranta’s Jose Duarte and Read More…

Government Real Estate Schools

Neighborhood Council Calls for Moratorium on Sale of North End City Buildings Until Eliot School Expansion Addressed

In a January 2012 letter issued to Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino, the North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council, NEWNC, is calling for a moratorium on the disposition of city-owned properties in the vicinity of the North End until the expansion needs of the Eliot K-8 public school are addressed. The letter comes in response Read More…

Community Schools

NEWMA Update: BPS First Round Ends Feb. 3rd & Mandarin Playgroup Starting

Boston Public Schools First Round Registration Ends This Friday, February 3, 2012 The Boston Public Schools offer a variety of academic, social and cultural experiences that are hard to match  anywhere else. Families can make choices from a customized list of schools that typically includes more than 20 elementary schools. When you register, we strongly Read More…

Photos & Videos

Paul Revere Antique c. 1782 Teapot Video

M.S. Rau Antiques posts this video about a circa 1782 silver teapot made by the North End’s own Paul Revere. This outstanding antique silver teapot by American patriot Paul Revere is one of only four known to exist in this, Revere’s original “raised drum” design. Two others are part of the collections of the Museum Read More…


Poll Results on North End Waterfront.com New Style – Love, Like & Hate

Almost 70% of the web poll voters “Love” or “Like” the new NorthEndWaterfront.com website style. Cool. And then, there is the 30% that “Hate It,” which has me emotionally devastated. (Not really. It’s the internet. Change is hard. I get it.) Most folks like the magazine-style grid layout and the “wow” factor of the big Read More…