Monthly Archives: January 2015

Downtown View: Mayor Walsh, We’re Okay With Bold

This is an advice column. To Marty Walsh. With pictures. The message: You’ve been bold. Expand your efforts. The mayor’s State of the City speech...

Neighborhood Photo: Public Toilet Near the Freedom Trail

At last! A public toilet near the Freedom Trail. This innovative contribution to Boston tourism has been on Hanover Ave. (repeat, Hanover Ave.), just a...

Cancellations & Rescheduled Meetings Due to Blizzard

There are numerous cancellations and postponements due to the Blizzard of 2015: Boston Public Schools are closed for Tuesday 1/27 and Wednesday 1/28. All Boston Centers for...

Prepare for the Blizzard with a Family Emergency Plan

by Mary Wright, RN, health educator at North End Waterfront Health With tomorrow’s predicted blizzard approaching, it is a good time to create or update...

Celebrating 10 Years of CityFeast – Dining Out to Conquer Diabetes...

http://youtu.be/HvprrcrIFgQ Now in its 10th year, the annual CityFeast benefit for Joslin Diabetes Center brought out hundreds on Sunday night to ten North End restaurants. Spearheading...

Obituary: Victoria Longo of Boston’s North End

LONGO Victoria, age 84, of Boston's North End, passed away on January 23, 2015. She was the beloved daughter of the late Salvatore and...

Have You Heard? There’s a Blizzard Coming!

From the US National Weather Service - Boston: A crippling and potentially historic blizzard with more than 2 feet of snow and damaging winds...

William Carlton Workshop Brings Vintage Haberdashery to North End

New to Salem Street in Boston's North End is the William Carlton Workshop, a new haberdashery and millinery making vintage mens' caps and leather...

Events: 2024 Olympics, Super Bowl Send-off, Online Home Sharing Networks

Get ready for the snow! In between the grocery shopping and last minute errands before we get snowed in, take a look at some...

Fleet Street Photo: Just Married

You never know what you are going to run into on the streets of Boston's North End. On Sunday night, heads were turning as this...

Snow Photos!

It was the first decent snowfall of the year, although it could just be practice for what is to come this week. Here are...

The Weekender: Airbnb Regulations, Colonial Deflate-Gate, Charlestown Bridge Features, Docking Boston...

The Weekender is a useful post to determine if you are keeping up with the local news. If you enjoy local developments of things like city...