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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 in the North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council. Read about the new council members and upcoming meeting.

Sail Boston Releases Official List of Participating Tall Ships

The highly anticipated Tall Ships will be arriving in Boston Harbor in less than one month! Over 50 ships from around the globe will join in the festivities. Read more about the ships and where they hail from.

Greenway Zipline, ‘The Z’, to Open in June on Ramp Parcel 12

One of the many exciting events coming to the Greenway is ‘The Z’, a seasonal zipline open through Fall 2017. Steps from Faneuil Hall and spanning 220 feet, the zipline will carry riders over The Greenway from near the Armenian Heritage Park to the entrance of The Greenway’s North End Parks. Read more details.

Life on the Corner: Fake News

An opinion column written by Nicholas Dello Russo, lifelong North Ender and columnist, Life on the Corner depicts culture and traditions in historic Boston. His latest popular piece discusses the twisted history and development of fake news. Read the full post.

 2nd Annual Cornhole Classic Draws Hundreds to Richmond Street

The 2nd Annual North End Cornhole Classic packed all of The Living Room and much of Richmond Street for a charity cornhole tournament last Sunday. More than 200 people came in support of the Geraldine Marshall Scholarship Fund and the North End Music and Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC). See photos from the event.


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