The Weekender: Police Incident Report, Crudo Opens, 1970’s Procession Archive and More!

Recapping the “crucial” articles from around the neighborhood, the following is a list of posts over the last week that got the most traffic!

Top Posts This Week:

Rowes Wharf Roof Fall Kills Woman, Charter Street Break In, Gassy Narcotics Arrest

Last weekend, a woman fell to her death from the top of Rowes Wharf during a wedding, while there was a drug arrest in DeFilippo park (the Gassy). Read the post for more local crime incidents.

Photo by Phil Orlandella.
Photo by Phil Orlandella.

Photo Gallery: A Hot Summer Day at Mirabella Pool

Hot and humid days in the North End call for one thing: Mirabella Pool. The public pool located on Commercial Street, is the “perfect place to be” during this time of the year, view the post for photos of residents taking advantage of the pool with a view!

Notable News: $1M North End Real Estate, DiMasi’s Health Issues, BRA Backs Faneuil Hall Plan, Inside Old North Church!

Profiling a wide range of articles from this past week, take a look at what $1 Million will you get you in the North End real estate market, Sal DiMasi’s health issues, and why the BRA is backing the Faneuil Hall development plan, read the article for more.

1970’s Photo Archive of North End Processions by MFA’s Late Thomas Lang

Through 1973 to 1977, Thomas P. Lang, the late head of photography at the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) took hundreds of photos of the North End’s religious processions. View the article for more on the archived photos.

Editor’s Pick:

Crudo Brings Sushi and Modern Japanese to Boston’s North End

The North End of Boston recently welcomed Crudo, a new Japanese fusion restaurant on Salem Street. The two story space comes complete with a full drink menu, sushi bar and a full asian fusion menu.  View the post for photos and more information.