Catch up on the top 5 posts this week on NorthEndWaterfront.com!
An 8 hour Grand Procession through the North End streets capped off the 102nd St. Agrippina’s Feast last weekend. Complete with the North End Marching Band and the Italian-American Band, the Grand Procession ended with the traditional “Tug of War,” view the post for photo coverage by Matt Conti.
An ex-boyfriend was in a North Street apartment, while an unknown person smashed the front windshield and damaged a Jeep Wrangler. If you thought that was it, an iPhone was swapped with intent to sell, view the report.
Also: read the report from the recent North End Public Safety Meeting.
City Councilor Sal LaMattina specifically requested the Boston Redevelopment Authority to explain what agreements are in place regarding the property of the North End Nursing Home and how they could apply to this situation. Read the post for the complete statement from Councilor LaMattina.
The pricey Echelman Sculpture received great reviews from the art world, but a recent report criticized its $2.6 million cost? Weight in on whether you liked the sculpture or not, take the poll and see how your neighbors feel.
The music was bumping in Christopher Columbus Park while a dance party ensued, celebrating the 15th Anniversary of Friends of Christopher Columbus Park (FOCCP). View the post for photos and more details on the event.