Community Daily Briefs

Monday’s 3 Things: #FullMoon, Mural Application, High Tide at Lewis Wharf

Three Things to Know for Monday, October 17th!

1. Feel free to view the events calendar to help plan your week:

12:30pm “High Tide” Event at Lewis Wharf. Members of Save Our North End Waterfront, a community-organizing arm opposed to the proposed Lewis Wharf hotel project, will join local elected officials and environmental leaders to highlight the disappearing piles at Lewis Wharf.

2. A moon lit harbor posted via Instagram:

3. From the news:

New Greenway mural officially underway.

Application is officially underway on the highly anticipated new mural from Mehdi Ghadyanloo on the wall in Dewey Square on the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway. View video of the application from the wall and read more at, The Boston Globe.

Commentary: How will Portland deal with its impending growth?.

As Portland Maine continues to see massive growth throughout their city, they face challenges with workforce development and housing. When it comes to planning and urban design, they are taking notes from when the Rose Kennedy Greenway transformed the city’s relationship to the North End and a cleaned-up Boston Harbor. Read the full article at, Portland Press Herald.

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

Weather Forecast:

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