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Notable News Found Elsewhere: Modern History, Design Museum, Galleria Umberto, Renting on $2,000

Take a moment to stay in the loop with this compilation of articles from alternate news sources that pertain to various issues, stories and reviews in the North End / Waterfront, for your one stop shop of news.  

Photo courtesy of Day Old Shirt.
Photo courtesy of Day Old Shirt.

Paul Revere Ate Here

An interesting visit to the North End is described in a way that many would appreciate. Written about a visit on the night of Italy’s first match of the 2014 World Cup, the perspective of the neighborhood is thoroughly described in a way that certainly gives a vibe of, “the sarcastic ramblings of another lost millennial.” Read post at, Day Old Shirt.

A Modern History Lesson in the North End

The North End is covered in American history, but do you notice it all in your daily life?  A North Ender writes about how he failed to notice all the surrounding history while living in the present moment and looking for a better future. Read article at, Bostoniano.

Renting in the North End This Summer on $2,000 or Less

Interested in housing markets or the cost of living in the North End? Here is an article about trying to live in the North End for a summer, on $2,000 or less, a feat most would classify as, extremely challenging. Curbed Boston has a few examples of those who are looking to rent in the summer on a budget.

Photo courtesy of BostonZest
Photo courtesy of BostonZest

Get Your Galleria Umberto Visit in Before Their July Vacation

A known point that is sure to mark the summer in the North End’s pizza world. July, the month where Galleria Umberto Rosticceria closes its doors for the duration of the month. This post by BostonZest takes you through a usual visit to the packed place.

Design Museum Boston gets a home on the waterfront

A new design museum has moved into Boston’s waterfront after a gift from a local real estate firm – The Chiofaro Company. Prior to their home on the waterfront, the design museum was staging pop-up exhibitions all around the city. Read more at, The Boston Globe.

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