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Events for Thursday, April 27th
6:00pm Olivia Kate Cerrone – The Hunger Saint. The Hunger Saint (Bordighera Press 2017) is a historical novella about a young boy’s survival from the sulfur mines of rural Sicily. Set in post WWII-era Italy, this book reflects upon the religious, cultural, social and economic factors that helped normalize the practice of child labor abuse in Italy. Located at I AM Books, 189 North Street.
6:00pm 173 Endicott St. Abutters Meeting at St. Anthony’s Club, 201 Endicott Street. Abutters meeting regarding the proposed development at 173 Endicott Street, more information on the proposal.
7:00pm 89 Salem St. Abutters Meeting On Site. Proposed boxing studio/gym by Melina DiPaola in one of the spots at the former location of True Value Hardware.
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Stay in the loop with the following articles:
Boston landmark Hilton’s Tent City moves in May to Central Square, filling bank space
Hilton’s Tent City will close their Friend Street location near TD Garden as it moves to Central Square in mid-May. Cambridge Guy has more on the downward trend of outdoors and sporting goods stores.
Lulu’s Kitchen in Boston’s Haymarket Area Has Closed
After only several months in business, Lulu’s Kitchen in Haymarket has closed their doors. Located at 120 Blackstone Street, owner Sandy Russo will continue to run Lulu’s Sweet Shoppe, which recently moved to Parmenter Street, continue reading at Boston Restaurant Talk.
Plan your events with the Community Calendar:
Friday, April 28
6:00pm Taste of the North End at Steriti Rink, Commercial Street. The 24th Annual Taste of the North End will once again be at the Steriti Rink in the North End starting at 7pm. See www.totne.org for more information and tickets.
6:00pm Francesca Montillo – “The Lazy Italian.” Francesca Montillo is a native Italian and culinary instructor living in Boston, though she travels back to Italy on a regular basis. She is the founder and owner of Lazy Italian Culinary Adventures, which offers culinary adventure weeks to Italy as well as private cooking classes and team building culinary events around Boston. I AM Books is located at 189 North Street.
Saturday, April 29
9:00am Love Your Block (Boston Shines) at the Paul Revere Mall. Meet for tools and coffee! Boston Shines is now renamed Love Your Block. It is still Boston’s clean-up program in the spring, but it will now be part of a larger initiative promoting neighborhood revitalization. More information.
10:00am Fred Grandinetti – Drawing with Fred. Since 1983, Fred Grandinetti has written about Popeye in books, newspapers, magazines and web sites. He is the host/writer and producer of the award-winning family series Drawing With Fred. The program can be seen on various cable access television stations and celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2017. I AM Books is located at 189 North Street, more information.
6:00pm Les Sampou Quartet – Live jazz. Boston-based Les Sampou Quartet will present an evocative set of American Songbook vocal favorites in the style of such legendaries as Ella Fitzgerald and Diana Krall, rollicking Blues from the early and mid-1900s, and also feature jazz instrumentals performed by the highly-talented musicians joining together for this very special show.
6:30pm Italian Home Gala at Marriott Long Wharf. Italian Home for Children’s Annual Gala! Italian Home for Children provides progressive and therapeutic programs to help children, adults and families with emotional, behavioral and educational special needs thrive in their communities. Tickets are $500 each, register online here.
From the Community:
Boston Harbor Now Announces Dining Options from New Partnership Between Chef Barbara Lynch and Boston Harbor Cruises. Announcing Salt Water Inc., an exciting new partnership between acclaimed Chef Barbara Lynch and Boston Harbor Cruises (BHC), will enhance food and beverage offerings for Georges and Spectacle Islands, and the Boston Harbor Islands Welcome Center on the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Salt Water Inc. was chosen as the vendor for all public entities as part of a comprehensive, public RFP process, continue reading.
North End Girl Scout Troop Clothing Drive. Have you started your spring cleaning yet? Well, you probably have a lot of clothes you don’t need or your children have outgrown. Please consider donating them! Our Girl Scout Troop will accept kids’ clothes sizes newborn to 14 years old, as well as women’s and men’s sizes small and medium. All clothing should be washed and in good condition. We cannot accept pajamas, undergarments, socks, or shoes. More information.
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2 Replies to “Thursday’s Briefing: Endicott & Salem Street Abutter Meetings, Hilton’s Tent City and Lulu’s Kitchen Closed”
Oh no! I was wondering what was going on with lulu’s kitchen recently, it was always closed. Too bad, I thought the food was tasty and it was a cute space. Just glad to hear the bakery will stick around, love those cupcakes!
Agree. What a shame. Best egg salad and meatloaf sandwiches I ever had. Tough location though…..
Wishing Sandy continued success with the Parmenter location!
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