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Tuesday’s Guide: Barstool Regina’s Review, Made in Cookware Ad, Amazon to Boston?

Things to know for Tuesday

Events for Tuesday, September 12th

5:00pm City Council (District 1 & 2) Candidates Forum on Boston Harbor Issues at 290 Congress St, 2nd Fl. Boston Harbor Candidates Forum will feature city council candidates from District 1 and 2. The discussion, moderated by Boston Globe contributor Mike Ross, will focus on waterfront issues including development and design, parks and open space, climate change and resilience, water transportation, and equity with candidates from two of Boston’s harbor districts.

5:00pm Taste of the Seaport at Fan Pier. The after-work fest includes culinary offerings from many premier local eateries, along with beer by Samuel Adams, music and games. A portion of the proceeds benefits Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston. Tickets are $15.00 in advance and available at www.tasteofthes eaportboston.co m. Sold on a first-come, first-served basis, tickets include entry fee and food samplings. Beer is available for additional purchase.

6:30pm FOCCP Meeting – Friends of Christopher Columbus Park – Mariner’s House. Located at 11 North Square, go to FOCCP.org for more information.

El Prez of Barstool Sports does Regina’s Pizza Review (warning – some language):


Amazon to Boston?

Where should Amazon build HQ2? We let the data decide

Since Amazon’s big HQ2 announcement there has been plenty of speculation about where Amazon should locate it’s second headquarters. After crunching numbers on four main criteria’s, Boston has come in at number 3, number 1 among American cities, GeekWire has more on the criteria and top 10 options.

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Plan your events with the Community Calendar

Wednesday, September 13

10:30am Music and Movement Storytime at West End Library. Kids join Sherry for a special story time in which every book is a song! Children use their voices to make some music of their own. No registration required, groups and individuals welcome.

6:00pm Swing Dancing at Dewey Square on the Greenway. Dance Instructors: Katie & Paolo Piselli teach Swing From the Lindy Hop to the Charleston, there is a vibrancy and excitement to Swing that will be evident as Michael Gamble and the Rhythm Serenaders, featuring Laura Windley, take the stage.

6:00pm Ceviche & Poke at Boston Public Market. Let us take you on a journey through traditional raw preparations of locally-caught seafood. You will make a Peruvian recipe featuring white fish, a shellfish recipe from Spain, and a Hawaiian staple using sweet and savory marinated tuna. Tickets are available here.

6:30pm Friends of the NE Library Meeting. Located at 25 Parmenter Street in the North End, visit friendsnelibrary.org for more information.

Thursday, September 14

Author Talk: Richard Mancuso, The Good Don. Located at I AM Books, 189 North St, Boston, view the post.

3:45pm Tryouts for Children’s Choir at St. Stephen’s Church. Is your child a student in grades 3, 4 or 5 in any North End School?  We are entering our third year with our young choir at St. Stephen’s, view the posting.

5:30pm Boston Workplace Fitness. Cresa Boston would like to bring together employees in nearby offices to The Greenway to participate in a fitness program promoting wellness in the workplace. Located at Milk Street & Atlantic Avenue, more information.

6:00pm Country in the City at City Hall Plaza. Enjoy country music in the heart of downtown Boston during the 2nd annual Country in the City concert. Scott McCreery will headline the show, which is free and open to all.

6:00pm Mambo Dancing at Dewey Square on the Greenway. Havana comes to The Greenway with the fast-paced, Latin-dance moves of the Mambo! Tito Puente Jr. and His Orchestra will take the stage with their high-voltage celebration of Latin music. Puente, Jr. is determined to nurture the musical legacy left by his father, Tito Puente, revered by many as “Mambo King.”

7:00pm NEWRA Monthly Meeting – Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet St. Recurring on the 2nd Thursday of the month, see www.newra.org for updates or email info@newra.org.

From the Community: 

More Local Organizations Back Stephen Passacantilli for City Council

Stephen Passacantilli, a North End civic leader, Boston Public Schools parent, and former staffer to City Councilor Sal LaMattina has earned the endorsements of prominent local organizations, including the Charlestown-based Bricklayers & Allied Craftsmen Local 3, East Boston’s Ward 1 Democratic Committee, and AFSCME Council 93, continue reading.

Assistant Majority Leader Rep. Mike Moran Endorses Edwards

With less thank two weeks until this September 26th preliminary elections for Boston City Council, candidate Lydia Edwards added Assistant Majority Leader State Representative Michael Moran to her list of supporters, read the full article.

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