Breaking News

Mike’s Pastry has confirmed that owner Michael Mercogliano has passed away. Hundreds are expressing their sympathies on Mike’s Facebook page. We will post any further information and an obituary, when available.

Neighborhood Photo of the Day:

On Tuesday night, the Greenway Conservancy hosted the annual “Northern Lights” kickoff in the North End Parks with the lighting of the Great Elm Tree. The Great Elm is the largest tree on the Greenway. The countdown was led by Conservancy Executive Director, Nancy Brennan, City Councilor Sal LaMattina and North Ender, Nancy Caruso. The Friends of the North End Parks were also on hand for the event. The entire group is shown in the photo below.


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What’s Going On in the North End / Waterfront

It’s 12/12/12 … the last repetitive date we will see in our lifetime … To celebrate, a pop-up hot cocoa bar will appear at Rowes Wharf Sea Grill (Boston Harbor Hotel, Atlantic Ave.). There will be 12 specialty cocoas for $2.12 or $12.12 with spirits.

The North End Library is showing the comedy film, “Clerks,” on Wednesday at 6pm.

On Thursday, the North End Christmas Luncheon is being held at Filippo’s at noon.

Also on Thursday, there is a concert by the Boston String Academy at St. Stephen’s (5:30pm), the NEMPAC Adult Students & Instructors Recital at the Old North Church (7pm) and the NEWRA December monthly meeting at the Nazzaro Center (7pm)

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

What’s new on the blog

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What people are talking about

The closing of the North End Waterfront Health Adult Day Care Program at Villa Michelango.

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  1. I do not mean any disrespect to any mourning families,
    but I want to give credit where it is due.
    Mike Mercogliano had a first wife Dora, 3 Children
    Michael Jr., Diane and Phyllis and a Brother Ralph and
    Sister Rose, all of which were very instrumental in
    building this empire.
    Mike got the money to start this business from his
    parents and he and his first family turned it into a
    Gold Mine. Michael, Jr. and Phyllis passed away last
    year 6 months apart, his daughter Diane, Brother
    Ralph & Sister Rose are living in Boston & outside of
    the Boston Area. All of these people worked like Dogs
    to make it successful, and how do I know, I was there and
    witnessed it all. Mike’s mother use to give me food to
    bring to the store so the family could eat in the back while
    trying to operate this business. There are alot of people
    in this neighborhood that know the true story, but I just
    had to give credit where it was truly due.

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