What’s Going On Sunday, October 20, 2012:
The North End Health and Beauty Alliance (NEWHBA) group hosts the inaugural Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Renegade Tour. Registration begins at 12pm and the ride at 1pm. Meet at Hordon Health at 294 North Street. See the flyer.
At 1:00 pm, North End Against Drugs and the Improv Asylum host the belated “Back to School Party” at the Improv on Hanover Street. See the post.
The Events Calendar has all the details.
What’s new on the blog:
Hundreds came out for the unveiling of the Tony DeMarco statue at the corner of Cross and Hanover Streets on Saturday. See the photos.
U.S. Senator Scott Brown hosted a fundraiser on Hanover Street at Stanza dei Sigari. See the photos.
Under the radar:
The Conservation Law Foundation intervenes in the Long Wharf legal case, favoring the arguments of the North End Ten toward protecting the open space under State law rather than allowing the BRA to license a restaurant. See the post.
Notable News Found Elsewhere:
There was a little action at Romney national headquarters on Saturday when a liberal group delivered binders of women’s issues to the Commercial Street location. See the CBS Boston website.
Did you catch “Old Ironsides” underway for the 215th anniversary of her launch? The Boston Harbor Hotel has a photo on its Facebook page.
Neighborhood Photo of the Day:
After the crowds left, I went back to photograph the new Tony DeMarco statue at sunset on the corner of Cross and Hanover Streets. See photos from the ceremony on Saturday.
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Your comments are welcome below. Then, go and enjoy the day!