This weekly compilation of the most popular posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com is crafted every weekend for your convenience. This week, be sure to catch up on Modern Pastry’s extension, a few neighborhood photos, candidates for higher office and an opinion piece about the, “troubled Long Wharf.”
Top Posts This Week:
If you have not taken a walk down Hanover Street lately, be sure to take a peek at the new and improved Modern Pastry. Their new expansion features malt, wine, and cordials to accompany you with your treats and the new seating area. Read more and check out photos, View Post.
A column related to downtown Boston speaks about the ongoing conversation/conflict regarding the Long Wharf. This resident acknowledges that, “something has to give” if the wharf is going to live up to its promise. Residents brought suit against the BRA for their pursuit of a restaurant in this public space. Read More
View photos of the procession of children on their way to First Communion at St. Leonard’s Church as they walk through the North End. View Post
Since this event has started in 1993, it has yet to see a crowd as large as this year, with proceeds expecting to reach upwards of $100,000. With over 40 neighborhood restaurants coming together to donate their famous food to attendee’s who tried everything from entrees, appetizers, cheeses, desserts, wine, and beer. View Post
A few pictures were taken on a Wednesday morning commute to work from a North Ender who came across a group of U.S. Coast Guard members picking up littler on Endicott Street. View Post
Candidates for Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney General came to the Nazzaro Center to speak to residents and members of the Ward 3 Democratic Committee. Watch part 1, the first 4 of the 7 candidates speak about issues related to the North End neighborhood and Massachusetts. View Post
With the temperature set to head into the 70’s, be sure to enjoy the weekend!