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NEWF News & Views for Friday, December 28, 2012: New Year’s Prep and Foster Street Winter Glow

What’s Happening In The North End / Waterfront

Have you taken a look at the First Night website for New Year’s Eve events? In the North End / Waterfront, the highlight is the midnight fireworks on Boston Harbor.

On Friday, 12/27, kids can go to the library, 25 Parmenter St., at 10:30 am for a snowman craft.

View the details on upcoming events and meetings in the Events Calendar.

New Poll

Take our poll … How will you spend New Year’s Eve this year?

What’s new on the blog

RSVP for the next Family Dinner / Family Talk by NEAD on January 7th.  See the post.

What people are talking about

A former resident sends in a controversial commentary on growing up in the North End. Read more.

NEMPAC at Vigil

A NEMPAC student and music were featured this week at a Candlelight Vigil at Copley to remember the Newtown shooting victims.

Notable News Found Elsewhere

The Globe reports that U.S. Representative Edward Markey, 66, has announced his candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat to be vacated by U.S. Senator John Kerry who is nominated for Secretary of State.

See some beautiful photos of St. Leonard Church … oh, there’s a wedding too, featured at Leah Haydock Photography.

Neighborhood Photo of the Day:

Sounds like we are due for some snow that will completely change the streetscape. Until then, the low winter sun rays give the barren streets an eerie glow as seen here in the mid-afternoon on Foster Street.

Foster Street on a Sunny Winter Day – December 2012 – Photo by Matt Conti

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One Reply to “NEWF News & Views for Friday, December 28, 2012: New Year’s Prep and Foster Street Winter Glow

  1. Matt,
    That picture says so much, a perfect example of the end of
    2012 and the anticipation of a New Year.The fading light is 2012.
    Thank you for making life in the North End such a special experience. Wishing you a New Year full of endless opportunities to capture in that magic lense of yours.

    You SO make a DIFFERENCE.

    Happiest of New Years wishes,

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