Football is back, pumpkin spice is in the air and the fall weather seems to be moving in, enjoy the weekender to catch up on the last minute summer happenings!
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The Battle of the Barges fireworks took place on the Satuday evening of Labor Day weekend, marking the first time for the event in fifteen years. Matt Conti captured the scene, watch the video and view the photo gallery
Looking back to the days when the West End was arround, not just the Charles River Park that we know of today. The transition of the neighborhood involved politics, money, power, prejudice and race, read the post for the rest of the “sad story” of the West End.
The notable news post is your guide to keeping up with articles and media that pertains to the North End / Waterfront. Utilizing outside sources, we cover all the bases around the neighborhood, view the post for the full list of articles.
The TV show Chronicle profiled the North End’s Hanover Street in their half-hour show that covered the St. Agrippina’s Feast, Frank DePasquale’s Mare and Bricco Salumeria, Ride North End, Boston Barber Shop, Modern Pastry and more. View the coverage from WCVB-TV5.
As if he was not in the news enough, read the column for how Donald Trump is taking people for a ride, making fun of the Republican candidates, mocking them, etc. The article covers how “he’s trumped us, and he’s laughing all the way to the primary.”
Marking the end of summer, a major transition day for North Enders is the closing of Mirabella pool on Labor Day. View the post for the sun setting on the final hours of the pool, closing the summer season in style.