Daily Briefs

Weekend Briefing: Waterfront Value, President’s Day Closings, Handicap Snow Removal?

Things to know for the Weekend!

Neighborhood observation: 

Plan your events with the Community Calendar

Sunday, February 19

3:30pm LeggiAMO Insieme. The volunteer group Nati per Leggere of Greater Boston, in collaboration with I AM Books presents LeggiAMO Insieme, full immersion Italian story time and play. For children 4-7 and their parents, this event is free and open to the public. [I AM Books, 189 North Street].

Plan ahead: What is open during Presidents’ Day?

What’s Open or Closed on Presidents’ Day in Boston & MBTA Schedule Changes, Parking, Trash & More

Looking for places to go and things to do this coming Monday? The President’s Day holiday will see some businesses closed, while restaurants and bars will remain open. Boston Zest has more on holiday street parking, along with the adjusted MBTA Schedule.

Articles of interest:

Another Pinkberry Falls, and a Juice Bar Will Rise in Its Place

Many of you may remember when Pinkberry closed their doors on Hanover Street. This week, the frozen yogurt chain closed their store in Cambridge, to be replaced by Pressed Juicery, Eater Boston has more on the story of Pinkberry’s demise in Boston.

Boston Waterfront vs. Seaport District: How their prices compare

Comparing home prices among the North End waterfront and Boston’s booming Seaport District comes down to the price per square foot, where the Seaport registers at $1,498 a square foot compared with $996 along the North End Waterfront. Curbed Boston has more on these waterfront properties.

Instagram Snapshot: A winter evening along the Greenway!


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

Weather Forecast:

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One Reply to “Weekend Briefing: Waterfront Value, President’s Day Closings, Handicap Snow Removal?

  1. ha. that guy probably thinks all the people in the north end with handicap placecards are also really handicap…

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