Enjoy recapping the top 5 posts this week from NorthEndWaterfront.com!
Pat Sajak and Vanna White were in Christopher Columbus Park filming for Wheel of Fortune. Auditions are being held this weekend at Faneuil Hall Marketplace on the Wheelmobile. The TV production made stops at North Square at Mamma Maria’s, view the post for more details on their visit to Boston!
Produced by the North End Historical Society, this documentary is the first feature length, high definition film to chronicle the vibrant Italian American community of the North End. From the early political struggles to former World Welterweight Boxing Champion Tony DeMarco, read the post to view the trailer and read more information.
Arturo Frattaroli of East Boston and of Boston’s North End passed away on September 28th, leaving a large family that has strong ties to the North End. Read the full obituary.
Woman who grew up in Boston’s North End gathered together at Filippo’s Ristorante to celebrate the Sixth “Girl Friends of the North End” reunion. The special bond is shared between both former and present North End women who have a unique friendship of heartfelt memories. View the post for more on their highly anticipated event.
The long saga of Pinkberry on Hanover Street has come to a conclusion. From the start of the dramatic process the franchise overcame to open in the North End, fighting the neighborhood retribution and the high rent, view the post for the complete story that was profiled from The Boston Globe, with some help from NorthEndWaterfront.com!
Do not miss this report of a fight that broke out on the corner of Hanover and Cross Streets between a male and female. The female victim punched the male in the head after he spit in her face for no apparent reason, continue reading to see what ensued.