The Weekender is a weekly compilation of the most popular posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com over the past week. Published every weekend for your convenience, this post allows you to catch up on the things you may have missed!
Top Posts This Week:
Plan your North End festivities with this schedule of religious processions & feasts from now through October. Whether it is the Madonna Della Cava, Fisherman’s, or the Saint Anthony’s Feast, you’ll find the dates and times to make the most of the North End’s best time of the year. View Schedule
Read the obituary of a familiar face and name around the North End, Angelo Pagliuca, who could often be found working alongside his sons at their Endicott Street restaurant, Mangia Mangia. View Post
Be ready for the changes coming to Trash and Recycling procedures, starting on July 1st. With no more Wednesday pickups, and collections only coming on Mondays and Fridays, get cleanliness and requirement tips. View Post
The North End procession and feast season is officially underway! With the first procession honoring Santa Maria di Anzano, starting from Saint Leonard Church and marching with the Italian American Band, view the photo coverage by, Matt Conti. View Post
This neighborhood photo features a confused bus driver who “obviously did not get the memo” about large tour buses not being allowed on Hanover Street. View Post
Martin J. Walsh was looking festive at his first North End coffee hour as Mayor, wearing an “Old North Church” tie as he greeted neighbors and chatted over some coffee. View Post
A 10 week pilot program will be held beginning in mid-june, 2014, the initiative provides an opportunity for a pushcart vendor. View Post for more details.
Enjoy the first full weekend in June!