Featured Real Estate

Considering the “Old Waterfront Historic District”

The torrid pace of development and street construction has renewed interest in protecting the historical character of the neighborhood. On the North End waterfront, efforts for a historic district are moving forward now that City and State officials have issued an official opinion of eligibility for the Old Waterfront Historic District. In documents recently received by NorthEndWaterfront.com, the Boston Landmarks Commission and the Massachusetts Read More…

Arts & Culture Commentaries

Downtown View: Summer Reading

Have you kept up with contemporary authors? They get praise from reviewers, but some are challenging. Their books are admired for convoluted structure and no plot line. You search for the good writing the reviewers say they demonstrate, but you find it hard to determine what certain sentences mean. The authors can seem self-absorbed, forgetting Read More…


Master Piano Technician Eric Schandall to Address Graduates at North Bennet Street School Commencement

North Bennet Street School (NBSS) is pleased to announce that Eric Schandall, a 1967 alumnus of the School’s Piano Technology program, will deliver the commencement address to our newest graduates at the Old North Church on Friday, June 2, 2017. A native of East Haddam, Connecticut, Eric is an internationally respected master piano technician – Read More…


Obituary: Steven F. Fiore of Arlington and Boston’s North End

Steven Francis Fiore of Arlington, formerly of Boston’s North End, died Wednesday at the Tippett House of Needham. He was 62. He was born in Boston’s North End and attended local schools. Mr. Fiore was a tradesman who specialized in plumbing. He was a member of Local 151 and a union laborer. He loved to dine and Read More…

Food & Drink

Tresca’s Ray Bourque and Rich Ansara on Phantom Gourmet; Hall of Fame Pitcher Tom Glavine Visits

A new episode of Phantom Gourmet features the newly revamped Tresca Restaurant on Hanover Street in Boston’s North End. The video features hockey legend Ray Bourque and new executive chef, Rich Ansara. Another recent Tresca guest was Hall of Fame Pitcher Tom Glavine, shown below, who stopped in for graduation celebration.  

Community Transportation

Excellence V Yacht Docks on North End Waterfront

Leading up to the Memorial Day weekend, Excellence V was docked at Boston Yacht Haven, Commercial Wharf, on Boston’s North End waterfront. According to her website, she can be chartered for $725,000 a week. If you have to ask what that includes, you can’t afford it. She sleeps 12, has a crew of 14, and is 197 feet in length. Read More…


The Weekender: ‘The Z’, Sail Boston, Neighborhood Elections, Fake News, and the Cornhole Classic!

This week’s most popular articles included upcoming summer activities in the North End / Waterfront area, new local council members, a historic look on current political events and more! Browse these top read posts below. Six Candidates Elected in 2017 North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council Election On Saturday, May 20th, residents voted to fill six vacant seats Read More…

Featured Kids & Families

North End Girl Scouts Give Back to North End Library

Wednesday, May 24th, the North End Girl Scout Brownie Troop #72123 with Troop Leaders Rose-Marie Gomez and Sarah Fullerton, celebrated the last session for this season 2016/17 by thanking the North End Branch Boston Public Library for hosting them through the year. The Brownies were extremely excited to present Ms. Jennifer Hawes and her staff with a Read More…

Arts & Culture Community

A Full House for NEMPAC’s “Seussical Kids” at the Improv Asylum!

After weeks of hard work from 20 talented young actors and singers from the North End and Charlestown, the NEMPAC Children’s Music Theater Troupe brought down the house on Thursday, May 18th and Saturday, May 20th with their production of “Seussical Kids” at the Improv Asylum. Directed by Music Theater Program Director Allie Meek, with Read More…