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The Weekender: City Council Candidates, Welcome Back Sal DiMasi, North Square Renovations, Boston Pizza Festival, North Station Action Plan & Fidelio Performance Photos

This week’s top articles spanned a wide array of topics – from government to developments to transportation to performing arts. Read on to discover the most popular posts from the past week!

North End Waterfront Residents Quiz District 1 City Council Candidates

District 1 City Council Candidates spoke about their campaign themes and answered questions from North End Waterfront residents this past Tuesday. Read the highlights here.

Sal DiMasi Welcomed Back to the North End [Photo Gallery]

Former House Speaker, Sal DiMasi, was warmly welcomed back to the North End last week to gather with friends in the neighborhood he represented for over 30 years at the State House. See photos here.

North Square Renovation Project Starts Fall 2017

Boston Public Works Department will begin work on the North Square renovations this Fall with plans to complete the project by Fall 2018. See design renderings here.

First Boston Pizza Festival coming to City Hall Plaza on July 8-9

Boston’s first ever Pizza Festival will feature some North End favorites including Antico Forno, Bricco, Rina’s Pizzeria and Regina’s. Read event details here.

Last Chance to Comment – North Station Area Mobility Action Plan

July 10 is the deadline to submit comments on the transportation action items planned for North Station and the surrounding areas. Read some of the recommendations here.

Editor’s Choice

Beethoven’s Fidelio Opera Performed at Faneuil Hall [Photo Gallery]

This year, the North End Music and Performing Arts Center and the Boston Opera Alliance brought Beethoven’s only opera, Fidelio, to The Great Hall stage at historic Faneuil Hall. See performance photos here.


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