Daily Briefs

Wednesday’s Brief: Teen Game Night, Boston Waterfront Community Meeting, The Crime of the Century, Faneuil Hall Bertucci’s Closes

Things to know for Wednesday

Your daily roundup for Wednesday, January 17:

Anniversary of Brinks Garage Robbery. In 1950, Brinks Garage, which at the time was located at 155 Prince Street, was robbed for $2.78 million. The location is now a parking garage at 600 Commercial Street. At the time, the robbery was the largest ever in the history of the United States and was billed as “the crime of the century”.

6:00P. Teen Game Night at the North End Library. Teens in grades 6-12 are invited to stop by the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street to play video games with friends, continue reading.

6:00PM. Boston Waterfront Community Meeting. Hear from experts from the Conservation Law Foundation at the Golden Goose Cafe at 65 Atlantic Ave, see here for additional details.

Notable News:

Bertucci’s at Faneuil Hall in Boston Is Closing

The local chain of Italian dining spots, Bertucci’s, is closing its Faneuil Hall location after not being able to come to terms on their lease. The restaurant, which has been at that location since 1989, will be keeping its locations in the surrounding Boston neighborhoods and suburbs open, NBC Boston has the full story.

170 Years Strong for Pastene:

Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Thursday, January 18:

3:00PM Snowflake Design at the North End Library. Stop by the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street to create your own sparkling snowflake to take home. All ages are welcome.

6:00PM Community Preservation Forum in Dorchester. Learn more about the new $20 million fund for affordable housing, parks, and historic preservation and share your ideas for the neighborhood at the community preservation forum at the Lilla Frederick Middle School located at 270 Columbia Road in Dorchester.

From the Community:

Comic Book Creation at North End Library

Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street on Monday, January 22nd for comic book creations. Stop by after school to create your own comic book or graphic novel, continue reading.

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

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One Reply to “Wednesday’s Brief: Teen Game Night, Boston Waterfront Community Meeting, The Crime of the Century, Faneuil Hall Bertucci’s Closes

  1. Wow that’s a shame but at least the other Bertucci’s are staying open, been to that specific location on mumerous occasations, great alternative Italian Restaurant to eat besides the North End.

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