“Maya’s Dragon,” labeled as such with a sign, is shrinking in the higher temperatures Monday. It was captured here on Sunday by Old North’s Rev. Steve Ayres at Hull and Snow Hill Streets.
Neighborhood Photo: Kids Caravan Puppets at the North End Library
Puppeteers Jonathan Keezing and Karen Schumer of Caravan Puppets entertained children at the North End Library on Tuesday afternoon with the story of The Four Season Bear. This tale of a young bear exploring each season is complete with songs, puppets, storytelling and, as you can see, audience participation! Photo submitted by Dave and Beth Read More…
Neighborhood Photo: Ghostly Pilings From a Bygone Era
Bob Somerville captured this photo of the old pilings at Lewis Wharf looking eerie with the East Boston and airport lights behind them. There is actually a petition circulating to remove the unused harbor pilings at this site. Read more from the January Residents’ Association meeting. “Neighborhood Photo” is a regular feature on NorthEndWaterfront.com. Send in Read More…
6 Hull Street Petitions Neighborhood Council to Legalize Existing Conditions of 5-Unit Dwelling
Adam Griffith and Joseph Carregal presented at the North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) April meeting seeking approval to legalize existing conditions at 6 Hull Street of a 5-unit dwelling. The building currently has 5 units, but it was recently discovered to be legally listed as only a 4-unit dwelling. The council voted unanimously (7-0) in Read More…
One Reply to “Neighborhood Photo: Maya’s Dragon Struggles to Survive”
Monday morning, a Capitol Waste truck ran over most of the face of the dragon trying to maneuver the corner at the top of Snow Hill. It was pretty much a melted mess anyway by that time. Looks like some kids enjoyed the blizzard!
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