Labor Day Monday News & Views: Feast Your Eyes on St. Anthony’s Video, BBQ’s Galore and Street Guitar Photo


What’s Going On Labor Day:

It’s Labor Day, a national holiday and the unofficial end of summer.

View community happenings on the Events Calendar.

What’s new and exciting on the blog:

We put together our footage and posted a 24 minute St. Anthony’s Feast video. Take a look and sing along … ba da da da!

What your neighbors are talking about:

Our story on Old North opening up its restrooms to the public went viral, being picked up by UHub and CBS. There are also some new comments on our original post.

Comments keep coming in about moving weekend, and most folks are thanking the city for keeping on top of it.

Under the radar, but worth viewing:

Talk about “Bread & Butter” replacing Caffe Graffiti here.

The Paul Revere House is hosting a Fall Lecture Series.

Just For Fun:

It’s the last days of the season at the North End’s Mirabella Pool. We stopped in during the end of summer BBQ.

It must be Labor Day weekend because the Madonna Della Cava Society was holding its annual street party on Battery Street. We took some photos.

Neighborhood Photo of the Day:

Did you see this guy over the weekend playing for literally hundreds of onlookers at Christopher Columbus Park?

Street Performer on Guitar at Christopher Columbus Park – September 2012 by Matt Conti

Click photo image above to enlarge.

Did we miss something or do you have something to add? Your comments are welcome below.