Monthly Archives: November 2014

Notable News: Sacco & Vanzetti, North Ender on Cultural Council, OneIn3...

With so many articles being written about the neighborhood, it can be tough to keep up with every news story. No need to worry,...

North End Youth Hockey Growing in its Third Year [Photos]

The very fun and very successful North End Youth Hockey Program is underway for the 2014-2015 season!!!!! The North End Introduction Program - now in...

St. John School Honor Choir Performs at Annual Trellis Lighting

St. John School's Honor Choir, in partnership with NEMPAC, joined the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park, Mayor Marty Walsh, Miss Massachusetts and Santa Claus for the Annual...

North End Students Named to Honor Roll

The following students from the North End were recently named to the Arlington Catholic Honor Roll for the first marking term. FIRST HONORS Ivana Bonetti Elena Bonetti HONORS Isabella Del...

North End Christmas Fund Luncheon Set for Thursday, December 11th

The North End Christmas Fund Luncheon is scheduled for Thursday, December 11, 2014 at 12 Noon to benefit North End families and elderly. The luncheon...

Downtown View: Extreme Books

You have heard people say books are going away, that we’ll all be reading on Kindles, etc. for the foreseeable future. The more extreme...

Flipping the Switch at the Columbus Park Trellis Lighting [Photos]

Kicking off the holiday season, the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park hosted its annual trellis lighting on Monday night. A tradition in its 13th year, the iconic...

Letter: Questioning the Increased Market Hall Height of Proposed Haymarket Hotel...

The following letter was submitted by Impact Advisory Group member, Victor Brogna, regarding the proposed Parcel 9 development for a market hall and hotel...

Urban Sleuths: Where in the North End was Edelsteins Hosiery Shop?

Photo mystery: The North End once had a Jewish enclave. The photo above looks like it was taken in the early Twentieth Century and the legend...

Events: ‘Tis the Season’ for Trellis Lighting, Tuba Christmas Concert, and...

The holiday season is in full swing this week with the Trellis Lighting at Christopher Columbus Park, Tuba Christmas Concert at Faneuil Hall, Thanksgiving...

Boston’s First and Tallest Tree Lighting at Faneuil Hall

The best thing about Christmas tree lightings are that you can go the next day and see it all! On Saturday night, Faneuil Hall was...

Airbnb Brings Temporary Tenants to the North End

Everyone wants to experience living in the bustling and historic North End. With local hotels charging over $300 for a weekend nights stay, many tourists and visitors...