Daily Briefs

Tuesday’s Guide: New Frattaroli Restaurants, Search for Missing Man, NBSS Youth Makers

Stay ‘in the know’ for Tuesday

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Notable news found elsewhere:

Ward 8 Owner Planning to Open Mexican Restaurant in former Grand Canal Space in Boston

Nick Frattaroli, owner of the North End’s Ward 8 and soon to be North Square Oyster is also opening a Mexican restaurant in the space formerly occupied by The Grand Canal on Canal Street. Boston Restaurant Talk has more on the latest development. Looking for more? read Two on the Way from Ward 8 from Boston Eater.

Divers search for 23-year-old last seen after Celtics game

Michael Kelleher went to a Celtics game last week with a coworker and has yet to be seen or heard from. A police dive team searched the water under the Zakim Bridge Monday afternoon hoping to rule out that area of the search for the 23 year old male. The Boston Globe has more on the story.

Plan your events with the Community Calendar

Tuesday, April 4

7:00pm Parks and Open Spaces Committee Meeting at Mariner’s House, 11 North Square. All are welcome to attend NEWRA’s Parks and Open Spaces Committee, which meets on the first Tuesday of the month.

Wednesday, April 5

6:00pm Back Bay of Boston Lecture at North End Library, 25 Parmenter Street. Back Bay of Boston: From the Ropewalks to Muddy River. Noted Boston Historian Anthony Sammarco will present a slide lecture on the transformation of Boston’s Back Bay from tidal basin to a neighborhood of grant avenues and impressive architecture, more information. 

Thursday, April 6

6:00pm FOCCP Membership Social at Living Room. Membership Social / Trivia Night – Delicious passed hor d’oeuvres, trivia games and cash bar. Tickets are $10 per person. Located at 101 Atlantic Avenue.

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. Located at I AM Books, 189 North Street, Boston.

6:00pm NE Public Safety Meeting – Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet St. Attended by Boston Police Area A-1, all North End / Waterfront residents are welcome to attend.

6:30pm NEMPAC Board Meeting (North End Music and Performing Arts Center). Learn more about NEMPAC at www.nempacboston.org, the meeting will be held at the Mariners House, 11 N Square.

6:30pm MakeSpeak: Youth Edition at North Bennet Street School. North Bennet Street School (NBSS), the region’s premier center for craft, trade, and artisan education, presents MakeSpeak: Youth Edition. Join the contemporary craft community for an inspired evening packed with stories from innovative young sculptors, farmers, carpenters, and indie rock musicians. Register Here.

From the Community: 

NEAD Red Sox Ticket Offer. North End Against Drugs has 1 pair of Red Sox Tickets to each of the following 3 games:

April 6th vs Pittsburg Pirates
April 11th vs Baltimore Orioles
April 16th vs Tampa Bay Rays

These seats are totally awesome! About 12 rows from the field on the First Base side between the On Deck Circle and Home Plate, more information.

North Bennet Street School hosts unique presentations by standout youth makersNorth Bennet Street School hosts unique presentations by standout youth makers
Free public event features teen makers, builders, and artists with their mentors. More information.

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