Weekends during the holiday season can mean many things, gathering with friends and family, setting up last minute decorations, or finishing up all the shopping. Luckily, shoveling snow has not been part of the 2015 holiday season, yet!
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Accompanied by Santa, Mayor Marty Walsh made the traditional North End stop on his trolley tour throughout Boston. View the post for photos of Santa, Mayor Walsh, and all the neighborhood residents and officials who gathered along Hanover Street.
Mangia, Mangia has been serving North End residents at their Endicott Street location for almost 30 years now. Closed on the weekends, owner John Pagliuca always finds time to get involved in neighborhood events and activities. Read the post for more on Mangia, Mangia’s 29th Anniversary.
A Go Fund Me campaign has been started to help out Fleet Dry Cleaners after the front window was shattered and money was stolen from the cash register, take a look at fundraising efforts to help with their loses.
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The North End / Waterfront is such a lively area these days with the restaurants, real estate market, and the amount of development, make sure you stay up to date with all the news, view the compilation of the must read articles from this past week.
This neighborhood photo shows the work being put into making Old North Church one of the most festive displays this Christmas season. Take a look at Old North members who gathered for the annual greening of the historic landmark.
St. Stephen’s Church drew a massive crowd for the free concert of Handel’s “Messiah.” Featuring the NEMPAC Holiday Orchestra, the Boston Landmarks One City Choir, NEMPAC Soloists and the St. John School Youth Honor’s Choir, view the post for photo and video coverage.