Daily Briefs

Monday’s Brief: City Winery Now Open, Ballot Questions, Pizza Lines

Things to know for Monday

Your daily round up for Monday, December 4:

Save The Date!

Rosary, Mass & Testimony With Colleen & John Willard at Sacred Heart Church on Dec. 7th

Save the date for the Sacred Heart Catholic Church’s Rosary and Holy Mass & Testimony with Colleen and John Wilard taking place on December 7th, 6:30pm at Sacred Heart Church, 12 North Square, continue reading.

Notable News:

A high-end music venue and winery is finally open in Boston

After numerous delays City Winery, an upscale, 300-seat music venue and winery, is officially open on Canal Street. The venue’s awards-winning wine list features more than 400 unique producers from around the world, Boston.com has more.

Family leave, wage question supporters to file signatures

Supporters of two questions for the 2018 Massachusetts ballot say they’ve collected enough voter signatures to help guarantee the questions placed. The questions are designed to aid workers in Massachusetts, one of which would help guarantee paid family and medical leave for workers, Boston Herald has the full story.

Some lines are worth standing in:

Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Tuesday, December 5:

6:30PM West End Museums’ 1st Annual West End Heritage Night. Join the West End Museum on Lomasney Way for their 1st annual Heritage Night honoring Theofan Stylian Noli, Helen Osborne Storrow and Theodore Richard. The free event will be followed by a reception with light refreshments.

Wednesday, December 6:

6:00PM Public Meeting: 128 North Street Invitation to Bid at Nazzaro Community Center. A public meeting will be held at the Nazzaro Center at 30 North Bennet Street to discuss the current Invitation to Bid (ITB) on a MassDOT owned property at 128 North Street, view the full meeting agenda here.

6:30PM Opening: “The Double Life of Elizabeth Bishop” at North End Library. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street to celebrate the opening of “The Double Life of Elizabeth Bishop”. There will be light refreshments served and the event will feature Lucienne Bartfield’s pencil portraits of American poets.


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