Community Kids & Families

Two Nazzaro Members Participate in Regional Spelling Bee – One Finishes as Runner-Up

Once again, the Nazzaro Center was well represented in Boston’s Regional Spelling Bee, held at the Boston Public Library at Copley Square on Saturday March 19. With the ultimate prize an all-expenses-paid trip for two to the National Championship in Washington D.C., St. John School fifth grader Ryan Gohlmann and Eliot School sixth grader Mira Yu, both Read More…

Event Notices

Spring 2017 Events at the Paul Revere House

Spring has arrived in Boston and with it, a new series of events at the Paul Revere House! Our April Vacation events invite you and your family to put yourselves in the shoes of Paul Revere, his wife, Rachel, and their family and friends during the start of the American Revolution. What would you write to loved Read More…

Featured Transportation

North End Neighborhood Visitor and Metered Parking Map

Last month, I posted a new interactive North End parking map highlighting parking lots and garages in the nearby area. Below is an additional resource – an interactive map of metered and visitor parking spots in the North End / Waterfront area. Click on the parking icons to find details about each marked location. Boston parking Read More…

Daily Briefs

Thursday’s Brief: North End Garden, Ironsides Restoration, Public Safety Meeting Tonight

Things to know for Thursday! North End Gardening (sunshine to be determined): View this post on Instagram praying for some sunshine for these to drink up & grow 🌱 A post shared by live with number FIVE (@livewithnumberfive) on Apr 5, 2017 at 6:59am PDT News articles that may interest you: All the drowning victims the press and Read More…

Featured Transportation

Hack for Boston’s Traffic Gridlock: A Boat

Boston Traffic Gridlock Hack:   Water Taxi services are an underutilized resource for coastline trippers in Boston. If your destination is anywhere on Boston Harbor’s coast: the North End, Charlestown, East Boston’s several new residential developments, the Airport, or a restaurant in the Seaport district, a water taxi can get you there without the traffic Read More…

Community Kids & Families Schools

Inaugural Nazzaro Center Scholarship Applications Now Available

The Nazzaro Center is happy to announce that applications for its first ever scholarship program are now available! Not to be confused with the North End Against Drugs (NEAD) scholarship program, the Nazzaro Center Scholarship has a few key requirement differences. The biggest one is that the Nazzaro Center Scholarship program is only open to Read More…

Government

Mayor’s Column: How We’re Investing in Boston Public Schools

  By Mayor Martin J. Walsh Education provides a solid foundation for a growing and thriving city. An investment in our children’s education is an investment in Boston’s future. We want the best future possible for our kids, and their school days filled with opportunity, growth, and promise. That’s why we’re going to invest a Read More…

Community Event Notices

MakeSpeak: Youth Edition at North Bennet Street School on Thursday, April 6th

North Bennet Street School hosts unique presentations by standout youth makers Free public event features teen makers, builders, and artists with their mentors Join the contemporary craft community and North Bennet Street School for an inspired evening packed with stories from innovative young sculptors, farmers, carpenters, and indie rock musicians. This free event features seven Read More…

Daily Briefs

Wednesday’s Brief: TD Construction, Tresca’s Balcony View, Loading Carbohydrates!

Things to know for Wednesday! Vertical steel structures beginning to rise on Causeway: Steel beginning to rise at Hub on Causeway next to @tdgarden! @universalhub @JoeKane52 @NHLBruins @NorthEndBoston @bostonplans pic.twitter.com/q99mWDAbqh — Adam Castiglioni (@ConciergeBoston) April 4, 2017 News from around the neighborhood: Haute Top 5: Best Restaurants with a View in Boston 2017 The North End has many Read More…

Announcements

Annual Celebration of Craft

Coming May 16 through May 31, North Bennet Street School’s Annual Celebration of Craft showcases work from the School’s talented community while promoting traditional craftsmanship across a variety of disciplines. Exhibit free and open to the public, with tickets available for two special evenings: Thursday, May 11 features a progressive workshop tour with intimate dinner, Read More…

Announcements

Pope John XXIII High School Roncalli Prep 8th Grade Program

Roncalli Prep Grade 8 at Pope John High School Academically advanced students often find that middle school academic programs lack challenge for them. This program is designed for students currently in grade 7 who are ready for advanced academic work in Humanities, Algebra, Science, Spanish and Computer Technology. Students are also eligible to participate in Read More…