The Weekender: Cooking Show Competitors, Deck Drama, Celtics Player Sighting, Saint Anthony’s Feast Schedule & An Italian Tall Ship

This week’s most popular articles bring fame to the North End / Waterfront neighborhood in the form of cooking show appearances, visits from new Celtics player Gordon Hayward Peace Garden disturbances and big upcoming events. Read about these topics and more in the top posts of this past week below!

The “Italian Stallions” F-Word family team, (L-R), Louis, Kenny, Dom and Matt.

North End Family to Compete July 12th on Gordon Ramsay’s “The F-Word” Cooking Show

A local family team with North End roots who call themselves the “Italian Stallions” competed in a live family food variety show this past week. Read more and watch a video of North End supporters cheering them on.

AN ILLEGAL DECK: No Peace at the Peace Garden

An illegal deck, installed a few feet above the Peace Garden at Saint Leonard Church on Hanover Street, has people upset over the disturbances it causes to the tranquility of the garden. Read more, including many local residents’ comments. In response to these concerns, the North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council discussed the issue at its July meeting.

New Celtics Player Gordon Hayward Visits L’Osteria and Boston Barber & Tattoo Company in the North End

Newly signed Celtics forward Gordon Hayward dined at L’Osteria and got a haircut and shave at Boston Barber & Tattoo Company on Salem Street earlier this week. See photos from this latest North End celebrity sighting.

2017 Saint Anthony’s Feast Schedule Announced

Saint Anthony’s Society is excited to announce the events for its 98th feast weekend in the North End! See the full schedule.

Amerigo Vespucci, Italian Tall Ship, Returns to Boston Harbor July 18-22

In case you didn’t get enough of the tall ships at Sail Boston in June, the Italian Navy’s tall ship Amerigo Vespucci will be sailing into the harbor on Tuesday, July 18! Read more and see public viewing hours.

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