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Thursday’s 3 Things: Protests, Trump Tattoos and NEWRA Meeting!

Three Things to Know for Thursday, November 10th!

1. Some hot topics from the news:

North End shop’s offer of free Trump tattoos backfires

Boston Barber & Tattoo Co. had to close just twenty minutes after posting an offer for a free tattoos of Trump or his campaign slogan “Make America Great Again.” Shop owner Robert Dello Russo said that shortly after posting on the shops social media pages, crowds of people came to get some free ink while others came in to harass Dello Russo and the tattoo artists for supporting Trump. View more on the story at, The Boston Globe.

Gustavo Dudamel speaks at Harvard

Gustavo Dudamel, music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, was completing his two-day visit to Harvard with an event at Sanders Theatre that included a 30-minute rehearsal, among the audience was North Ender Alfie Detemple, who is also pictured to the left of Dudamel in the photo featured from, The Boston Globe.

2. A few scenes from protests aimed at President-Elect Donald Trump:

3. NEWRA stealing the stage for tonights events:

7:00pm NEWRA Monthly Meeting – Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet Street.  We welcome the North End Community to join us for the next monthly meeting of the North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA). On the agenda: Upcoming Priorities and Lewis Wharf hotel project update. *Please join us after the meeting (8:00 PM) for cookies and refreshments* View the agenda.

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

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3 Replies to “Thursday’s 3 Things: Protests, Trump Tattoos and NEWRA Meeting!

  1. Funny are this the same people that where to fundamentally change the nation?what happened? Eight years wasn’t enough time or is it that democracy is just for liberals?

    1. Apparently they thought they had a monopoly on democracy and just found out that they didn’t. Apparently there was change in most of America, but not the kind that they expected. They live in a cocoon and just don’t get it.

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