Although the North End feels more like the North pole these days, being confined inside provides you with plenty of time to catch up on local news. If you are having a rough case of cabin fever, take a look at a few articles to help pass the time!
Renderings of the two proposed projects located on Broad Street and India Street along the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway have been released. The proposals aim to add 96 units between two residential towers, 52 units on a parcel stretching from 102-112 Broad Street and another 44 condominium units at the India Street location. View the renderings and read more at, Boston Business Journal.
Noting how the North End is loved by many for the amount of history, Italian culture and the ability to walk around, nothing quite compares to the food! Whether you want a sandwich, slice of pizza, or a nice sit down dinner, what places do you think were mentioned by CBS Boston? Take a look!
Boston and Transit Police are looking for a short, heavyset white male with facial hair who allegedly stabbed a man several times near the Tedeschi on State Street before stumbling into the Black Rose Pub. Read the post at, UniversalHub.
Just as many thought the snow would never end, residents of Boston crawled out of hibernation to soak up the sunny day. Some enjoyed fun winter activities while others attempted to dig their cars out of snow mountains. View this video compilation caputuring the essence of the calm after the storm, see it at, Boston.com.
Despite your initial reaction to the title of this article, some of these photos are hard to believe even though you have been living through the insane amount of snowfall for the last several weeks. The fourth snowstorm in the past month has left Boston with some unique activities. See NewsDay for the photos.
Juice shops have been popping up around Boston and growing in popularity among the diet and health community. Melina Dipaola is set to open her e.t.c juicery with an indoor cycling studio, health through combining diet and exercise. While juicing has many benefits, Dipaola claims that indoor cycling is more than just a workout, it is a lifestyle. Read the article at, Scene Boston.
Startup companies are sprouting up all over the city, especially in neighborhoods like the Seaport and Innovation District. Mavrck, a tech startup in Boston has found their home on North Washington Street, just on the outskirts of the North End. Like most things in this area, the company has a unique style of going about their business. Read the story at, BostInno.
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