Wishing everyone a happy Labor Day Weekend! Take a break from all the weekend activities to catch up on the “must reads” from this past week.
Top Posts of the Week:
Matt Conti was on hand for the 94th St. Lucy’s feast, following the procession through the North End streets, complete with marching bands, color guard, and flower girls. View the post for the photo gallery of the solemn procession.
Capping off the “feast of all feasts” was the grand procession of the The 96th St. Anthony’s Feast, bringing the statue of San Antonio all over the North End throughout the 10-hour procession. View the post for photo coverage by Matt Conti, capturing the neighborhood stops and visits to Caffe Paradiso and Pizzeria Regina and many more!
Born and raised in Boston’s North End, James J. Sablone was the son of James J. Sablone Sr. and the late Barbara R. (Onorato) Sablone, read the full obituary.
You may have been a part of the St. Anthony’s feast, or walked through the crowds and been part of the festivities, but here is one view of the feast that you can not get from your apartment window or your roof deck. Amelia the Drone captured to sights hovering up above, view the post to watch.
Being one of the most desired places to live in Boston, the North End real estate market continued to thrive in the month of August, with apartments being sold from $368,000 all the way to $3.5 million, and everything in between! Read the post for the listings.
This weekly post is the “go-to” place to read all relevant articles that pertain to the North End / Waterfront. Read the post for articles articles about a local Trump portrait, condo towers set to be built in the area, and Hurricane Carol, the 1955 storm that wreaked havoc on Old North Church.