What you should know for Tuesday, January 31, 2017!

Cross Street and Salem Street – April 25, 1949:

Photo courtesy of the Boston City Archives.

Plan your events with the Community Calendar

Tuesday, January 31

6:00pm Commonwealth Conversation Tour at Suffolk Law’s Sargent Hall. The first Commonwealth Conversation tour will be hosted by Senator Joseph Boncore of Winthrop, and will be located at 120 Tremont Street, Boston. More information.

Wednesday, February 1

9:00am St. John School Open House. From a foundation of values and knowledge, K3-8th grade learners soar. By blending compassion with curiosity, St. John School sets the stage for dynamic discovery. We invite you to discover your child’s future at one of St. John School’s Open Houses. Located at 9 Moon St, Boston.

Thursday, February 2

6:00pm NE Public Safety Meeting – Nazzaro Center. Located at 30 N. Bennet Street, these meetings are open to the public and are attended by Boston Police Area A-1

Did you catch the following articles?

North End penthouse capped with cathedral windows, roof deck

Living on Hanover Street must be hectic, right? Well, maybe not in this 2,139-square-foot duplex penthouse that is on the market for $1,750,000. The 3 bedroom unit was originally constructed for the Boston Seaman’s Friend Society and was later used as a Protestant church. Curbed Boston has the full story.

Decorating a teen apartment for $1,000

It took two millennials $1,000 to spruce up this 500-square-foot North End one-bedroom apartment. The 22-year-old Boston Architectural College student used some cost cutting tricks to make this “super-chic look in white and gold” possible, continue reading more at, The Boston Globe.

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