Daily Briefs

Monday’s Brief: NEWNC Meeting, Archaeological Dig Discovers New Artifacts, Tony Demarco

Things to know for Monday

Your daily round up for Monday, November 13:

7:00PM NEWNC Monthly Meeting at the Nazzaro Center. The North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council will hold it’s monthly meeting at 30 N. Bennet Street. Agenda topics include property renovation proposals, business relocation requests and a community chat with Alex Goldfeld from the North End Historical Society, view the full agenda here.

Notable News:

North End archaeological dig turns up artifacts from early 1600s

An Archaeological dig around the Paul Revere House has turned up some of the oldest European-produced artifacts ever found in Boston, and maybe even the United States. The artifacts found include a ceramic from 1650 crafted in the Pisa area of what’s now northern Italy, Curbed Boston has the full story.

City Winery, Where You Can See Musicians While Sitting And Sipping Wine, Is Finally Set To Open In Boston

City Winery is said to become a key music club on the Boston circuit, establishing itself as a musical mecca for mostly veteran artists who wish to play more intimate, upscale venues. The club is slated to open Wednesday, November 15, with Lloyd Cole at 1 Canal Street, WBUR has the full story.

Former Boxing World Welterweight Champion, Tony Demarco:

Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Tuesday, November 14:

6:30PM FOCCP Meeting at Mariner’s House. Join the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park for a meeting at 11 North Square, click here for more information.

Wednesday, November 15:

6:00PM Wine, Chocolate, & Fashion Pairings: A Workshop in Class and Taste. Join Linda Greene and Michele Gabrielson of the Old North Historic Site for a decadent ladies’ night out in the north end tasting wine and chocolate and discussing fashion pairings, click here to reserve your ticket for $42.

6:00PM Author Talk “Dining Out in Boston: Culinary History” at Mariner’s House. Join the North End Historical Society and James C. O’Connell at 11 North Square as he speaks about his new book, “Dining Out in Boston: A Culinary History” – paying special attention to the North End sections of his book, see additional details here.

6:00PM Book Club at North End Library. Join the North End Branch Library at 25 Parmenter St. as they discuss November’s book, Sherman Alexie’s 2008 “Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian”, view additional details here.

From the Community:

Joi Salon and Spa Escape Unveils Rebrand After 16 Years 

Joi Salon and Spa Escape, a well-known Boston salon, announced they are rebranding to Joi Salon, becoming a full-service hair salon located in the heart of the North End, continue reading.

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