What’s Going On Today:
Plenty of goings on at the North End library and a NEWRA committee meeting tonight with 5 zoning applications on the agenda.
The Events Calendar has all the details.
What’s new on the blog:
The North End is a highly scrutinized neighborhood, and the Globe runs a front page article of the “culture clash” when a reporter takes a ride-along with the Boston Police on a Saturday night. I point out some of the interesting tidbits.
Speaking of zoning, columnist Karen Cord Taylor tells the story of a Beacon Hill school driven by downtown families that could happen in any neighborhood. See Downtown View.
What the kids are talking about:
The Improv Asylum show on Sunday, sponsored by NEAD. See the photos.
Under the radar:
So, did you hear about the guy who saved a man stuck in the harbor?
Notable News Found Elsewhere:
Check out the North End Gems video at WCVB.com … skip to 2:30 for the North End part.
Just For Fun:
For a good cause … hugs!
The photos from the Tony DeMarco statue unveiling continue to get the most hits on the website.
You were pretty sure Romney won debate #1, Obama #2 … so, who won round #3?
Neighborhood Photo of the Day:
A sad photo today. Ball and Buck has closed on Lewis Street after a relatively short presence at the North End’s most curious retail location.
Click photo image above to enlarge. Did you take a great photo? Send it in.
Your comments are welcome below. Then, go and enjoy the day!