Between the 4th of July weekend (note: fireworks show now on July 3rd) knocking at the door and the excitement around the World Cup, it was a slow week for news pertaining to the North End / Waterfront. This post is a compilation of articles from alternate news sources that pertain to various issues, stories and reviews in the North End / Waterfront. Making the “Notable News” post your one stop shop of North End News from outside sources.
Postmates, an on demand delivery service based out of San Francisco, will be launching their app for service deliveries in select neighborhoods such as Downtown, Back Bay, North End, South End, South Boston, and parts of Cambridge. The app allows people to designate a delivery, whether its takeout, beer, prescription pickups, groceries, or dry cleaning. Boston Magazine has more.
The North End is a major travel destination in the City of Boston, including celebrities. Benedict Cumberbatch, who is co-starring with Johnny Depp in the new “Black Mass” movie, stopped in the neighborhood for his first ever Cannoli. Read more at Boston.com.
As with most “to do” lists involving Boston, the North End usually has a spot on the list with at least one thing. It could be a restaurant stop, the harborwalk, or strolling on the Freedom Trail. In this case, its the Paul Revere Walking Tour, from North Square to Old North Church. See why this was a must stop, at The Boston Globe.
Several students from Medford Public Schools, along with their families and teachers, were honored by Centro Attività Scholastiche Italiane (C.A.S.IT.) from local schools at a celebration at Christopher Columbus Park in the North End of Boston. Read the story at, Wicked Local.
Weddings are always frequent around the neighborhood this time of year, so why should proposals be any different? Christian Pleva images captured a photo shoot of the newly engaged couple throughout the North End neighborhood.
As the 4th of July closes in, Boston Police prepare for the celebration going to take place in the city and along the river. Letting people have fun while maintaining a safe celebration is calling for, “all hands on deck” according to Sgt. Michael Donovan. Read the story at, WCVB.com.
Recently published, this footage from 2012 profiles some of the hot spots and local favorites of the North End neighborhood. Whether its pizza, seafood, or pasta, Evette gets in the kitchen to show you how some of the North End’s own do the job. Watch the video at, Daily Motion.
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