Between all of the cookouts and the beach, take a second to recap the top posts of the week!
Top 5 Posts of the Week:
City Archaeologist Joseph Bagley is leading an archaeological dig at Old North’s Washington Garden in Boston’s North End. So far, a whole bone dice, stoneware fragments, buttons, tobacco pipes, jewelry pieces and glass bottles have been found, read the post for photo coverage and more information.
After a tense confrontation with Boston Police, a North End man was arrested holding two large butcher knives on Cooper Street. The situation unraveled around 3:00 a.m. without any harm, read the report.
The Rose Kennedy Greenway has scheduled the a full summer worth of fitness events, dubbed “North End Activation” which offers pilates, yoga, next level fitness & wellness training, view the post,
Frank DePasquale received the Five Star Diamond Award for excellence in hospitality at his Bricco and Mare restaurants along Hanover Street. The award was presented by the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences (AAHS), view the post for more on the event and award.
Maria Stella Gulla, Director of the ABCD North End / West End Neighborhood Service Center wrote a letter disapproving the closure of the 140-bed North End Nursing Home. Read the letter for more on why residents feel ignored, invisible, and are angry.
Passionate North End residents trekked over to Mayor Marty Walsh’s coffee hour to protest their the closing of the North End nursing home, the proposed Lewis Wharf Hotel, and the proposed Harbor Garage. View the post for more on the coffee hour and Mayor’s response.