Monthly Archives: March 2015

Boston Light – Preserving an American Lighthouse (April 15th)

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On Wednesday, April 15, 2015, at 6:00 p.m., the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary will give a presentation for "Boston Light - Preserving an American...

Life on the Corner: A Walk Down Hanover Street – Part...

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Here is the final photo of Hanover Street in the 1940's and it depicts the block between Parmenter and Prince Streets. The first thing to...

Top 10 @NorthEndBoston Tweets of the Week: Lemonade Throwback, Melting Snow,...

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Nothing that is posted on social media about the #NorthEnd and #Waterfront gets by us! We love keeping track of what residents and visitors...

NEMPAC Spring Classes – A Place Where Children Blossom

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Spring is the season of blossoming and our classes provide your children an opportunity to do just that with talented professionals who are dedicated...

Obituary: Emmanuel “Manny” Manolios of Boston’s North End

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Emmanuel "Manny" Manolios, longtime resident of the Boston's North End, died of cancer on March 22, 2015. He was 81 years old. The son of...

Google Street View Provides Virtual Experience for Freedom Trail Sites

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Using its 360-degree online imagery, Google Street View has gone "off the streets" along Boston's Freedom Trail sites. The interactive virtual experience is created using backpacks...

Notable News: De Niro at Limoncello, “Wicked High Tide,” Historic Cocktails,...

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The North End / Waterfront is being talked about more than you would think and we capture it all, every week, right here. Scanning the...

Obituary: Vito Maniscalco of Boston’s North End

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Vito Maniscalco, age 95, of Boston's North End, passed away peacefully on March 21, 2015. He was the beloved husband of the late Jean...

Mayor’s Column: Women Strengthen our Community

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A note from Mayor Martin J. Walsh: As we celebrate Women’s History Month, I want to highlight the work women do every day for Boston....

Downtown View: Do We Have Any Privacy?

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The notion of privacy has received much attention recently. I’m still waiting for someone to draw a reasonable line about how far to go...

Park Ranger Coming to Christopher Columbus Park

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The Friends of Christopher Columbus Park have contracted for a park ranger as part of a new program for the coming season. The non-profit Friends group is funding...

Phil Orlandella Honored With Pioneer Award

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Former North End resident,  Regional Review Editor At Large, Phil Orlandella recently received the Nazzaro Center / North End Athletic Association's first ever Pioneer...