What were the top posts from the past week? Take a look below!
Top 5 Posts of the Week:
After purchasing the former Caffe Pompeii on Hanover Street, restauranteur Frank DePasquale expanded Trattoria il Panino, his Parmenter Street restaurant to connect with the newly acquired Hanover Street location. Bringing the total seating capacity to 250 patrons, the renovated space features light colored wood and walls lined with wine crates. View the post for the inside peak at the expansion.
Registration and inspection requirements are a few of the new rules for rental property that will go into effect in the City of Boston this coming July. All private rental units need to be registered on an annual basis, read the article for more details and view full video coverage of the presentation.
Actor Mark Wahlberg was on hand this Patriot’s Day to help Mayor Marty Walsh with the orders to send Paul Revere on his Midnight Ride, view the post for more on the re-enactment.
Pointing out to good and bad with the new Government Center T station, this opinion piece goes into detail about the look and feel of the newly renovated station. From the color selection to the quality of materials used, even “the glass head house is too big,” read the article for more and be sure to, “take a look for yourself.”
Featuring articles that span almost any topic, this weekly roundup of articles was scavenged from countless news sources and boiled down into one convenient post, read the compilation of articles!
This segment of the popular column, written by Nicholas Dello Russo covers the story of a boy named Joey lusting for a girl named Giuliana. The story spirals from Joey’s imagination to confession at at Sacred Heart Church, read the post.