If you thought that the spring would bring sunshine and warmth, you must have forgotten that you live in Boston. Catch up on the top posts of the week with just a few short minutes of The Weekender!
Top Posts This Week:
The final part of this 3 part special shows another photo of Hanover Street in the 1940’s, where double parking was also an issue back in that day! Although some things have changed since then, there are still several pastry shops and a world of other small businesses. Read the post for more on the section of Hanover Street that the block between Parmenter and Prince Streets.
Notable News: De Niro at Limoncello, “Wicked High Tide,” Historic Cocktails, West End Tower, Pipelines vs. LNG
While you are catching up on the top posts this week from the site, the Notable News post will catch you up on the top news and stories from alternate sources. No matter what the source, we find all stories and posts that are written about the North End / Waterfront. View the post to keep up with the local buzz!
Mayor Martin J. Walsh released a few words about the progress of women and their importance to our city. In addition to creating the Office of Women’s Advancement, many women also hold many leadership positions across the city. Read the release from the Mayor’s Office.
Top 10 @NorthEndBoston Tweets of the Week: Lemonade Throwback, Melting Snow, Nuts at Polcari’s, #Boston2024 Traffic
Looking at prominent sources in the neighborhood, covering specific hashtags and current events around the North End / Waterfront, we compile the top 10 tweets of the week. Tag @NorthEndBoston in your tweets to grab our attention and become a source in the twittersphere, take a look at the Top Tweets of the week.
The Friends group has arranged for a park ranger at Christopher Columbus Park this coming season to act as an ambassador for this special space as well as look out for public safety issues. Read the article.
New businesses in the area tend to be restaurants, but this is a new boxing club that just opened this past week. The club is new and the owner is also a new resident of the North End, who got hooked into boxing workouts after his first time. Read the article.