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Can you name the North End location of this photo coming from the Boston City Archives? Taken during the 1930’s, UniversalHub has more details.
Boston City Councilor Salvatore LaMattina is requesting a hearing to take a closer look at websites like Airbnb, Flipkey, and HomeAway. After hearing complaints of loud parties coming from homes and apartments where tenants are constantly in and out, LaMattina intends to seek possible regulations. Read more at, The Boston Herald.
The biggest critics of the proposed Waterfront Towers development have changed their viewpoint of the Harbor Towers impact. Rather than talking about their view that will be abrupted by the construction, the residents of Harbor Towers are taking the discussion to what is best for the city as a whole. Read this opinion piece at, The Boston Globe.
The Boston waterfront restaurant, James Hook & Co. is the sight of a development plan that could either turn into a new residential development or new hotel. Developer SKW Partners is pushing plans for a development that is expected to push heights of 200 feet. Read the story at, Boston Curbed.
Check out this photo of Chief Petty Officer selects and mentors during a heritage run at sunrise along Boston’s Freedom Trail. Facebook post by the U.S.S Constitution
Joe DiGirolamo, the chairman of the Saint Anthony’s Feast was born and raised in the North End, always looking forward to the celebration of his heritage, culture, and religion every August. Read Boston Guide for an insider view of the famous North End celebration.
Two Massachusetts residents say they were horrified to learn Coca Cola is not natural and healthy, so they’re suing
Damiano DiPaola of Boston and Michelle Marino of Chelmsford are suing the Coca Cola Company in the U.S. District Court, saying that Coca-Cola can not be “natural and healthy” when it is made with phosphoric acid. Continue reading at, UniversalHub.
Marisa Iocco, currently a chef at Gennaro’s in North Square, has had her hand either consulting or cooking for a plethora of successful local restaurants. Whether its Mare, Umbria, or Bricco, Iocco has put her touch of what she loves to do, cook. “Cooking is an act of love — an ancient primal gesture,” Bostoniano has the story.
Take a look at this “cozy” townhouse in Boston’s North End that is not your average neighborhood property. Located at 3 Jackson Avenue, this four bedroom, five and a half bath features a wet bar and wine cooler, among other things to round out the 2,949 square foot home. Check it out at, Boston Curbed.
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