Community Daily Briefs

3 Things & Photo: Bruins Street Hockey, DNC, Luxury Housing, Notable News!

3 Things you should see for Tuesday, July 26, 2016:

Does every neighborhood park casually have Bruins playing street hockey? Here’s Boston Bruins right winger David Pastrnak (@davidpastrnak) at the Gassy (DeFilippo Playground) on Prince Street.

2. Events scheduled today on the Community Calendar:

9:00am – NEMPAC Free Outdoor Music Workshops: Celtic Music, Special Guest: Somer O’Brien – Age 8 and under. NEMPAC offers free interactive music workshops on the Prado led by Lead Instructor and Musician Stefano Marchese. Located at the Paul Revere Mall (Prado).  [Also at 10:15am – for Ages 8+].

10:30am – Storytelling at Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Join professional storytellers outside at Faneuil Hall Marketplace each Tuesday for interactive tales. Located on South Market Street near Wagamama.

5:00pm – Reebok CrossFit on The Greenway [Parcel 8 Boston]. Reebok CrossFit on The Greenway: Get a free CrossFit workout with Modell’s, Reebok, and CrossFit Southie. Please arrive at 5pm to register and be ready to workout from 5:30 – 6:30pm.

3. Notable news found elsewhere summoned the following:

Phantom Gourmet: Mare Oyster Bar In Boston’s North End


Off Hanover Street overlooking the tunnel is Mare Oyster Bar, a place where you can get Maine lobster, Ipswich fried clams, oysters from all over the East Coast, and authentic Italian pasta. Restaurateur Frank Depasquale took over the property and turned it into the “seafood spot of his dreams.” View the video above and read in full at, CBS Boston.

How much a condo costs right now in Boston’s priciest neighborhoods.  Boston’s luxury housing market is still on the rise, especially in the most expensive neighborhoods where the average condo sale price has increased by about $100,000 in the past year. Accounting for an 8.7 increase, marking the sixth consecutive year without a decline in average sale prices. Read the full article at, Real Estate.

Massachusetts had a big presence last night at the Democratic National Convention. On the first night Monday, taking the stage in prime time were Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren and U.S. Representative Joe Kennedy III.

Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.

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