Arts & Culture Event Notices

NEMPAC’s Cosi Fan Tutte Opens Thursday!

Tomorrow marks the opening of the NEMPAC Opera Project’s second production: Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte in Faneuil Hall! The cast of singers, 35 piece orchestra and artistic team are eager and excited to open this opera tomorrow night. Why Faneuil hall, you might ask?  Take a look at our response in an interview for the Boston Musical Read More…

Event Notices

Wednesday, June 26, 2013 News & Views: 2nd Grade City Council Photo, Dom Capossela Talk, “Waterloo Bridge” Movie, Govt Center Garage Redevelopment Meeting and Political Events

Neighborhood View of the Day: The 2nd graders of the Eliot School had lunch and visited the City Council Chambers with Councilor Sal LaMattina. Thanks to the Councilor’s office for the action photo! North End / Waterfront Events on the Calendar: The North End Historical Society is hosting author and native North Ender, Dom Capossela Read More…

Government Sports

4th Annual North 2 South Baseball Classic Ceremony [Photos]

The opening ceremonies were held on Monday night for the 4th Annual North2South Baseball Classic, sponsored by State Representative Aaron Michlewitz. The North End game had to be called off early because of rain and lightning. The series will resume on Wednesday at Peter’s Park in the South End. This baseball exchange, consists of two Read More…


RUFF’s Dog Friendly Reading Hour Features Robert Dinsmoor’s “Does Dixie Like Me?”

The RUFF North End Dog Group held the first “RUFF Reading Hour” on the Greenway featuring author Robert Dinsmoor of Does Dixie Like Me?  The Saturday morning reading hour included family time with some child friendly dogs for entertainment and petting. Phil Orlandella was at the event and shared these photos.

Event Notices

Tuesday, June 25, 2013 News & Views: Special Election & ZLC Meeting

Neighborhood View of the Day: First world problems on Hanover Street … Did you take a cool photo in the North End / Waterfront? Email it to to have it featured here. Special State Election for U.S. Senate: Tuesday, June 25th is the Massachusetts Special State Election for U.S. Senate. Gabriel E. Gomez (Republican) Read More…

Commentaries Government

Downtown View: Surprised About Spying?

One of life’s pleasures is watching people get worked up into a lather. This time it is about government spying. The National Security Administration is mining telephone calls and Internet action to see if you are planning to blow something up. Congress people, senators and commentators are shocked, shocked that this is going on. You Read More…

Event Notices

NEWRA Zoning Licensing & Construction Committee to Hear Snow Hill Street Zoning Appeal, Discuss Councilor Pressley’s Alcohol License Proposal and Review Development Projects

North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association Zoning, Licensing and Construction Committee Meeting Agenda Tuesday, June 25, 2013, 7:00 PM Mariners House, 11 North Square, 2nd Floor Zoning Appeals and License Applications 7:00 PM – 7:15 PM 33 Snow Hill Street, Anthony Virgilio has filed a zoning appeal to change the legal occupancy from two residential units to four residential units Read More…

Government Schools

Photo of the Day: Eliot School’s Kindergarten Tours the State House

Ms. Hutchins’ Kindergarten class from the North End’s Eliot School received a behind the scenes tour on Monday morning of the Massachusetts State House from State Rep. Aaron Michlewitz and State Senator Anthony Pettruccelli. There was also this great view from the top!

Community Photos & Videos

North End’s Mirabella Pool Opens for 2013 Summer Season

This weekend was the summer opening for the North End’s Mirabella Pool on Commercial Street. The pool looks over Boston Harbor and is now open with public swimming beginning at 11:00 am daily. There is also a spray pool out front. Roving the neighborhood, Phil Orlandella shares these snapshots.