Daily Briefs

Tuesday’s Guide: Passacantilli/Edwards Race, Addiction Inspired Mural, NBSS Veneering

What you should know for Tuesday

Events for Tuesday, October 3rd:

Milling of Atlantic Ave from Commercial St. to the Surface Road. There will be milling of Atlantic Avenue from Commercial Wharf to the Surface Road. During this time there will be traffic delays and parking restrictions. For more details, see the construction notice.

6:30pm Italian Heritage Month Honoree Night at West End Museum. For the eighth consecutive year, The West End Museum marks Italian Heritage Month by recognizing individuals of Italian descent for their contributions to preserving the culture of the West End and its rich immigrant history. Honoree presentations will be followed by a reception with light refreshments, the event is FREE and open to the public. View the post.

Neighborhood Scene:


Articles of interest:

Is this City Council race the most interesting contest on the November ballot?

As the race for city council heads to the November 7th election, candidates Stephen Passacantilli and Lydia Edwards are pedal to the medal. “Both candidates agree they come from different areas of the district, however, and their challenges will be making themselves better known throughout the community,” The Boston Globe has the full story.

A Mural To Inspire Hope And Resilience For Those Struggling With Addiction

Last year, local artist Tim McCool helped Iranian artist Mehdi Ghadyanloo paint his mural on the Rose Kennedy Greenway at Dewey Square. Recently, McCool painted a mural across the side of the city of Boston’s Finland Building called, “Spaces of Hope” and is inspired by those struggling with addiction, WBUR has the story.

NBSS Veneering:


Plan your events with the Community Calendar

Wednesday, October 4

10:30am Concert with 123 Andres at West End Library, 151 Cambridge Street. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, join Latin Grammy-winning 123 Andrés in a concert for kids and families! Learn or practice your Spanish, and sing, jump, and dance in this high-energy, interactive show. No registration required.

6:00pm Art of Excellent Listening Workshop at North End Library, 25 Parmenter Street. You can hear…but are you listening? Join Kim Kerrigan as he teaches you how to be a better listener in this 3 week workshop. Learn how to fully understand the messages you receive as well as how to communicate messages clearly and diplomatically. Registration required.

Thursday, October 5

10:00am Marquis Health Career Fair at 70 Fulton St. Marquis Health Services is sponsoring a series of Career Fairs for openings at the North End Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center at 70 Fulton Street in Boston’s North End. View the event posting.

5:00pm NSC Buona Sera at 60 State St, 26th Floor. Please join in an evening of networking and fine dining at the 7th Annual Buona Sera. All proceeds from this event will support human services and educational and recreational programming for the seniors, families, and immigrants of the North End, West End, and Beacon Hill neighborhoods at ABCD North End/West End Neighborhood Service Center. View the posting.

6:00pm NE Public Safety Meeting – Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet St. Attended by Boston Police Area A-1, all North End / Waterfront residents are welcome to attend!

From the Community: 

St. John School Open House

The St. John School will be hosting an open house on Wednesday, October 18th from 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. K3 – Grade 8 2017-2018, continue reading.

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Keep up with what’s happening on the Events Calendar.

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