What’s Going On Tuesday, September 18, 2012:
Join the Freedom Trail Foundation, Old North Church and Mayor Menino at the Copp’s Hill Burying Ground at 10:30 am for a short ceremony marking a FTF $100,000 grant to help renovate the North End historic sites.
On Wednesday, early birds can take part in a 7am Labyrinth Walk at the Armenian Heritage Park with Beth Burnham Mace, President and Co-Founder of the Labyrinth Guild of New England.
The Events Calendar has all the details. Please check with organizers for last minute changes.
What’s new on the blog:
It was all day bocce in one of the most competitive tournaments in New England at the North End’s Langone Park with the NIASHF and Taste of the North End 9th annual bocce tournament. Check out the winners and action photos.
What people are talking about:
The shock continues regarding our article on the “Pay to Play” tactics being used by the Greenway Conservancy to nominate neighborhood representatives.
Under the radar, but worth viewing:
It’s been over 25 years, and the controversy of the Slye Park Double Murder continues with the latest court ruling denying Frank DiBenedetto a third trial. See the post.
Just For Fun:
NEMPAC and Old North announce an incredible lineup for their winter concert series. See the schedule.
It’s an American Girl Model Search!
The Commish runs down the latest from the NEAA Senior Dodgers.
Neighborhood Photo of the Day:
It was serious bocce this weekend at the North End’s Langone Park Bocce Courts. After an intense battle, it was Peggy and Bobby Magri taking the first place trophy in the tournament sponsored by the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame and “Taste of the North End.” Peggy and Bobby are shown playing here in orange and you can see how intense the competition became, other than the guys playing cards in the background! See more photos from the bocce tournament.
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Your comments are welcome below. Then, go out and enjoy the day!