Event Notices Real Estate Schools

North Bennet Street School Development Meeting Set for October 1, 2012 Regarding North & Richmond Street Buildings

The Boston Redevelopment Authority has scheduled a public meeting on Monday, October 1, 2012, 6:30 pm at the Nazzaro Center regarding the North Bennet Street School development project at 150 North Street and 130-140 Richmond Street. NBSS is planning substantial rehabilitation including the addition of a connector to the existing North Street garage structure. The Read More…

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New England Aquarium Fall 2012 Lecture Series Schedule

Despite the ongoing renovations, the New England Aquarium has put together an impressive lineup of lecture speakers this Fall. We also note several North End / Waterfront neighbors are featured, including David Arnold‘s Double Exposure: Photographing Environmental Change with NEAQ President, Bud Ris on November 15th. Also, neighbor John Carlson is sponsoring the MIT Lorenz Read More…

Event Notices

Thursday’s News & Views: Big Bellies, Tree Pits, Easy Cannoli, Tasty Donations

[forecast] What’s Going On Thursday, September 20, 2012: Check out the Events Calendar! What’s new on the blog: We posted photos of community leaders coming together through Taste of the North End to help neighborhood organizations. See the gallery. So far, you like the new Big Bellies. If you haven’t voted yet, go here. What Read More…

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“Taste of the North End” Presents Checks to Neighborhood Charities

It was a night of charitable giving on Tuesday as Taste of the North End celebrated with its supporters and community groups that benefit from TONE’s fundraising. Donato Frattaroli hosted the evening at Lucia Ristorante and credited the North End restaurants, cafes and food/drink suppliers that take part in the annual Taste of the North Read More…

Arts & Culture Event Notices

Boston Cultural Council Accepting Grant Applications

The Boston Cultural Council (BCC) is now accepting grant applications for its 2013 grant funding cycle. The BCC, under the umbrella of The Mayor’s Office of Arts, Tourism and Special Events, annually distributes funds allocated by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, to support innovative arts, humanities and interpretive sciences programming that enhances the Read More…

People

North End Attorney, Edward R. Gates, Receives 2013 Best Lawyers in America Title

Intellectual Property law firm, Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks, P.C., announced that North End resident, Edward R. Gates, was recently selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2013 in the field of Patent Law. Ed Gates is Chairman of the firm and is Chair of the Pharmaceutical Group. Since it was Read More…

Health & Environment

More Big Bellies on the Streets – What Do You Think? [Take the Poll]

The City of Boston is adding 400 new solar-powered “Big Belly” trash compactors with recycling around the city, including several in the North End / Waterfront area. This will dramatically increase the number of Big Bellies, bringing the total in the city to 575, according the the Department of Public Works. Vector Media is purchasing Read More…

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Wednesday News & Views: $$$ for North End Historical Sites, Another Greenway Article and a Bridges Photo

[forecast] What’s Going On Wednesday, September 19, 2012: How did you like that wind? Wednesday morning won’t be much better, so the Labyrinth Walk at the Armenian Heritage Park has been rained out. Still on is the Farmer’s Market and Retail Trucks at City Hall Plaza from 11am-7pm. Into urban renewal history? The West End Read More…

Community

“Big Checks” Celebration of Freedom Trail Foundation Grants to Old North Church and Copp’s Hill Burying Ground

The Freedom Trail Foundation presented “big checks” on Tuesday to celebrate grants for Copp’s Hill Burying Ground and Old North Church as part of major restoration projects at both North End historic sites. Mayor Thomas M. Menino, Parks Commissioner Antonia M. Pollak, Reverand Stephen T. Ayres, representatives of the Freedom Trail Foundation, Old North Church Read More…

Business People

North End Resident, Wendy Proctor, Takes Position at Group One Partners

Group One Partners, Inc. – one of the East Coast’s premier architectural, interior design, and purchasing firms – has hired North End resident Wendy Proctor as marketing coordinator and office manager. “As we continue to grow it’s important to add people like Wendy to our team who can uphold our firm’s commitment to excellence and Read More…

Arts & Culture Event Notices

Hoot and Howl Fundraiser Set for October 26, 2012 for North End Music and Performing Arts Center

Get your costume ready because the 2nd Annual Hoot and Howl fundraiser is coming on Friday, October 26, 2012 at Filippo’s to support the North End Music and Performing Arts Center. Keep tabs on the details at NEMPACBoston.org.