Community Featured

Weekly Top Reads: MBTA Digital Panels, Municipal Harbor Plan Delays, Waterfront Planning, Short-Term Rental Policies, Carol Troxell, & Neighborhood Kids at the Celtics!

This week’s top reads on NorthEndWaterfront.com focused on development, transportation, real estate and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week. MBTA To Install Four Digital Urban Panels at the Entrance to Aquarium Station At the January 16 meeting of the Wharf District Council, Evan Rowe, MBTA Director of Revenue Read More…

Announcements Sports

Interested in Learning To Curl?

Check out the upcoming “Learn to Curl” events at the Steriti Memorial Arena, 561 Commercial St, Boston on Sunday evenings from 7:00pm – 10:00pm. You’ll learn the basics of the sport and practice with real games. No experience is required and you do not have to join the club to attend a learn to curl Read More…

Business

Boston Barber Dances With the Stars (Well, Cuts Their Hair)

Dancing with the Stars was in town this week for a show at the Wang Theater. The North End’s Boston Barber and Tattoo Company answered the call to cut the hair of stars Jordan Fisher and Franky Muniz.   “Neighborhood Photo” is a regular feature on NorthEndWaterfront.com. Submit your interesting photos using our Submit a Read More…

Announcements Arts & Culture

Handel and Haydn Society Complete Bach Brandenburg Concertos

Could there be a more perfect collection than the six concertos known as the Brandenburgs? The Handel and Haydn Society continues its 2017-18 Season with a program of the Bach Brandenburg Concertos Nos. 1-6 on Friday, February 16, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge, MA followed by performances on Saturday, February 17 Read More…

Daily Briefs

Friday’s Brief: Masks and Music, Adult Bingo Fundraiser, New Seaport Tower to Break Ground this Spring

Things to know for the weekend It’s Friday, January 26 and we are in full swing engagement season. You know what that means – wedding season is right around the corner. See what these three Boston brides share as their best advice for a memorable New England wedding – – hint, hint, it likely involves Read More…

Community Featured Meetings Sports

Residents Review Design Alternatives for Langone & Puopolo Park Improvements

On Tuesday, January 23, the Boston Parks and Recreation Department hosted a community meeting at the Nazzaro Center to discuss the design phase of the Langone & Puopolo Parks improvement project. This was the second meeting in a series of community forums designed to help the Parks Department determine the best ways to rehabilitate the Read More…

Featured Photos & Videos

Historic Neighborhood Photo: Scollay Square

This 1910 photograph shows Boston’s once vibrant Scollay Square – or what Bostonians now know as Government Center. Back then, this area was where the North End intersected with the West End and Beacon Hill. The square stretched from Tremont Street to Court Street and was a busy city center, including many shops, restaurants, and perhaps Read More…

Government

Mayor’s Column: How We’re Making Boston a City That’s World-Class Because it Works for the Middle Class

By Mayor Martin J. Walsh From around the world and across our nation, people look to Boston for hope, for opportunity, and for a chance to build a better life. From the first immigrant who set foot on the Shawmut Peninsula to the first student from Puerto Rico who stepped into a new classroom this Read More…

Announcements Food & Drink

il Molo Serving Free Hot Chocolate on January 31st

In celebration of National Hot Chocolate Day on January 31st, the North End’s il Molo will show off and serve up their specialty hot chocolate recipe at no charge. Not your average hot cocoa with powdered ingredients, il Molo’s hot chocolate blends milk with melted, rich chunks of chocolate and is topped with whipped cream Read More…

Community

What’s The 311? Hanover Street Sidewalk Damage, Greenough Lane Graffiti, and North Washington Street Bridge Traffic

Welcome back to our weekly update that highlights some of the cases appearing on 311 in the North End/Waterfront neighborhoods. All 311 cases are public information and can be found at 311.boston.gov. Broken Sidewalk on Hanover Street “In front of 308 Hanover Street, very dangerous, if someone steps on it, it will cave in.” The original 311 post Read More…

Daily Briefs

Thursday’s Brief: Property Speculation Taxes, Neighborhood History, New Opera Season Details

Things to know for Thursday It’s Thursday, January 25 and if you’re a fan of the Opera then you’re in luck because I have some news for you! The Boston Lyric Opera just released new details about its Spring 2018 season. This upcoming season will feature two new productions, one being the theater-staple The Threepenny Read More…

Featured Transportation

MBTA To Install Four Digital Urban Panels at the Entrance to Aquarium Station

At the January 16 meeting of the Wharf District Council, Evan Rowe, MBTA Director of Revenue and Elizabeth Winters Ronaldson, MBTA Deputy Director of Advertising introduced plans to install Digital Urban Panels (DUP) at several MBTA transit stations including the Aquarium station located in the Wharf District. The DUPs are double-sided screens displaying information prior to entering Read More…