Monthly Archives: June 2014

Die Fledermaus Opera on June 27th and 28th at Faneuil...

Opening night is quickly approaching! Enjoy a night full of love affairs, hidden identities and of course, champagne! Don’t miss our third annual NEMPAC...

NEAA: Senior Dodgers (21u) Alone in First Place

The NEAA Senior Dodgers have started off their season strong and sit alone in first place with a 5-0 record. The Dodgers have been...

Letter: The Four Classics of Boston Architecture

The following commentary was submitted by North End resident, Forbes Dewey. We have had several comments about the architecture in Boston recently and at least...

Chiofaro Presents $1 Billion, Two Tower Harbor Garage Redevelopment at 600...

Video: June 25, 2014 meeting on Harbor Garage site hosted by the Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Planning Advisory Committee, including Chiofaro Company's presentation for...

Notable News: Vesuvio on Hold, Arancini, North Ender Receives Dutch Scholarship,...

A lot of people are too busy during the week to read every publication and find articles that pertain to their neighborhood. That's why...

Photo Gallery: Eliot School 2014 Graduation at Old North & Celebration...

The 2014 Eliot K-8 School graduation ceremony was held this year at Old North Church with a celebration afterwards at the Nazzaro Community Center....

South Asian Arts Council Hosting “Words on Water” Event Friday, June...

The South Asian Arts Council at 2 Atlantic Avenue (Pilot House) on the North End waterfront is hosting a literary event called "Words on...

Public Meeting: Greenway Ramp Parcel Study on June 26th

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation and The Boston Redevelopment Authority invite you to attend the first public meeting on the Greenway Ramp Parcel Study Thursday, June 26, 2014 6-8...

Neighborhood Poll: What Do You Think of the Redesigned Bartlett Place?

Bartlett Place was one of the first "pocket park" or "parklets" identified by City of Boston Public Works for a redesigned public open space....

Second Flight in Gassy Becoming Home for Drug Use

I took these pictures at 2pm Monday afternoon. Not only has the 2nd flight in the gassy become a favorite place for drug users...

St. John School Student Wins Honorable Mention in MWRA Poster Contest

North End news from the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA): We are pleased to announce that Julia Pistorino, a second-grader at the St. John School,...

Downtown View: No Love for Boston Buildings

Recently when long-time friends, all Bostonians, gathered for dinner, a question was posed: What are the best buildings built in Boston in the last...