Haven’t had much time to surf the web for the North End / Waterfront news this past week? Not to worry – we have gathered several interesting articles from alternative news sources and compiled them for you in this simple, convenient post.
Renovations will start this summer on the Boston Public Market that will be located in the building above the Haymarket MBTA station. Formal applications are already being accepted and more than 250 vendors have already expressed interest in opening in the long-planned public food market. Read more at The Boston Globe.
The future of Don Chiofaro’s most ambitious project since International Place is in the hands of Mayor Marty Walsh, the former laborer who worked for Chiofaro to build International Place. With the Walsh administration not being afraid of heights on the waterfront, this could open the door for Chiofaro’s proposal. Read more at The Boston Globe.
Take a look at this photo collaboration from Boston.com, highlighting the 2014 Boston Marathon’s as runners took the 26.2 mile course to reclaim the finish line.
“Anti-Gentrification: Boston’s North End” says this Saugus native, who spent a lot of his childhood in the neighborhood. Saying the North End used to truly feel like a neighborhood. Today, the North End houses technology, business, and medical professionals who make a lot of money. Read more at vitalo.me.
Follow this “live” reenactment of Paul Revere’s famous midnight ride, a play-by-play takes you through the journey of this historical ride, view at www.hstry.co.
It was not just Paul Revere who rode his horse that April night to warn that the redcoats were coming, gets all the glory, William Dawes also rode into the countryside that night. The National Lancers re-created Dawes’ ride from the First Church in Roxbury in Eliot Square. See more at UniversalHub.
A staple in the North End neighborhood, Old North Church, the location where two lights were hung signaling to Charlestown patriots that the British were taking boats across the Charles River and not traveling by land. Read more and view historical photos of the Church at, The Boston Globe.
An overview of the myth’s behind Paul Revere’s famous midnight ride. Read about the misconceptions and historical significance that questions whether that midnight ride had any impact. Read article at, Journal of the American Revolution.
There is no hiding the fact that the North End is a neighborhood known for the food and restaurants, don’t miss this overview that has something for everyone. Whether it is a fancy sit down dinner, food to go, or a quick slice, Thrillist has it covered.
Read the Animal Rescue League Twitter page about a swan that was harmed and brought in for medical attention.
While Italian restaurants open in the North End, some are alarmed by the apparent closing of Pasta E Pomodoro, citing that the windows appear to be shuttered. The restaurant located on Salem Street was completely cleaned out with a ladder sitting in the middle of the space. Read more at Boston Restaurant Talk.
Tresca in the North End is being recognized for having the best and most romantic table in Boston, and possibly the best in America. Read about the two-seat, second-floor balcony table that overlooks the famous Hanover Street. See what brings the “mystique” about this unique dining experience at, The Boston Herald.
While many were enjoying the weather on Patriot’s Day, hanging around the City or downtown watching the Marathon runners cross the finish line, Google Drive photos captures a different scene.
The Boston Harbor Hotel housed the 21st Annual Celebration and Auction of the Boston Harbor Association. Complete with 350 guests who filled the Wharf Room, enjoying food, company, and entertainment. Continue Reading at The Boston Harbor Association.
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