What’s Going On Today:
NEWRA, the North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association, holds its annual meeting and officer elections on Thursday night, 10/11, 7pm, at the Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet Street. A presentation will also be given regarding the Tony DeMarco statue at the corner of Hanover and Cross Streets.
NorthEndWaterfront Health holds a bocce tournament at Langone Park at 6pm.
Stop in at Che Bella Vita to see Romula’s art at an exhibition.
Psst … we hear a rumor that U.S. Senator Scott Brown will be on Hanover Street around 6pm.
The Events Calendar has all the details.
What’s new on the blog:
A new video from this week’s Neighborhood Council meeting: Four Zoning & Licensing Requests Gain Favorable Votes at NEWNC.
The Boston Harbor Association is taking part in a 36-hour fundraising challenge sponsored by the Boston Foundation. It’s open until 8pm on Thursday. See the details.
What people are talking about:
There is plenty of activity and goings on with the newest North End parks. This week, the Neighborhood Council Talks All Things Greenway
Business and Community, Coming Together:
Savas Studios Celebrates its 2 Year Anniversary while helping the Nazzaro Center
Notable News Found Elsewhere:
The Globe covers the upcoming Long Wharf case (BRA/DEP vs. North End Ten), scheduled for November 5th arguments.
The Herald’s editorial board considers the implications of the lobbying expenditures by the Greenway Conservancy.
Just For Fun:
Scott Baio’s Daughter Shows Off Sweet Pea Kidz Too! Headband on VH1 TV.
Neighborhood Photo of the Day:
One of the suggestions coming out of “trash” discussions at community meetings is to ask cafes and restaurants to put “Keep the Neighborhood Clean” language on their cups and take-out packaging. One Hanover Street shop carrying through is My Cousin’s Place, as shown below.
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Your comments are welcome below. Then, go and enjoy the day!