Three Things to Know for Monday, May 23, 2016:
1. A few news clippings from over the weekend:
This Old North Church “newbie” profiles, “what are change ringing bells, and how do they work?” Everything from their origins in the English countryside to the wheel mechanism, and the proper position of each bell ringer, continue reading at The Old North Foundation.
Monica’s, a North End group composed of several different restaurants will be growing again, with plans to add a pasta shop to their existing two restaurants, market and pizzeria. The pasta shop will be located next door to Vinoteca di Monica on Richmond Street, selling fresh-made pastas, sauces, breads, and other Italian products. Read the full article at, Boston Eater.
2. Fun Fact: On this day in 1876, pitcher Joe Borden threw the first National League no-hitter for the Boston Red Caps (later Boston Braves, eventually becoming the Red Sox).
3. How about the weather over the weekend? The Sunday sun was setting on North Square:
— Ben Edwards (@BostonHistory) May 22, 2016
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