Daily Briefs

Tuesday’s Brief: First Real Christmas, Boston Named Among Most Romantic Cities, Reprinting the Constitution, Christmas Pups

Things to know for Tuesday

Your daily roundup for Tuesday, December 26:

60 Years later North End resident, Rita Cornelio, recounts her first real christmas in America in this Boston Globe interview.

Notable News:

Newport and Boston Named Among American’s 15 Most Romantic Winter Cities

TripAdvisor has recently announced America’s 15 most romantic winter cities and has featured Boston as one of the top picks. They say whether you’re uncovering the streets of Beacon Hill or sharing a box of cannolis in the North End, the city makes for quite the romatic retreat, The Newport Buzz has the full story.

Christmas Pups:

From the Community:

Reprinting the Constitution by Hand

Boston 1775 recently shared a video from The History List in which Lee Wright recorded Gary Gregory of the Edes & Gill Print Shop in today’s North End, talking about reprinting Benjamin Edes’s edition of the new proposed U.S. Constitution, continue reading.

 

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