Daily Briefs

Thursday’s Brief: Daffodil Volunteers Needed, Fiber Arts, Author Talk, Magnolia Bakery Opens Today

Things to know for Thursday Today is Thursday, March 29 and with opening day just a week away, you know Marathon Monday is right around the corner. Marathon Daffodils is looking for donations and volunteers to help distribute thousands of potted blooming daffodil plants along the marathon route.  Here’s what else you need to know Read More…

Announcements

Josh Zakim for Secretary of State North End Meet and Greet – April 2 at 6PM

Come meet Secretary of State Candidate and City Councilor, Josh Zakim on Monday April 2 at 6pm. Ask him questions about the race and learn about his vision for the Secretary of State’s Office in a fun, intimate setting at 75 Fulton Street, Apartment 12. RSVP: fernando@joshzakim.com.

Featured Government Health & Environment Meetings

Hearing on Flooding Brings Together City Groups to Discuss Strategies & Solutions

On Monday, March 26th, Boston City Councilor At-Large and Chair of the Committee on Planning, Development & Transportation Michelle Wu held a hearing on flooding in Boston, focusing on strategies and solutions to combat more frequent and more intense flooding across the city due to climate change and sea level rise. Wu called for the Read More…

Photos & Videos

Social Highlights This Week: March Madness, City Lights & Evidence of Spring!

Check out our weekly social media highlights from residents, visitors, and more in the area. To be featured, tag us @northend.waterfront on Instagram, @northendboston on Twitter, @northendwaterfront on Facebook. Use hashtags #northendboston or #bostonwaterfront. City Lights View this post on Instagram Boston nights! #Boston #Massachusetts #wanderxwonder #cityphotography #drone #inspiring #allthingsdrone #droneoftheday #fromwhereidrone #djimavicpro #boston #Bruins Read More…

Announcements Community

Marathon Daffodils to Provide Living Symbol of Spring and Hope – Donations & Volunteers Needed!

Marathon Daffodils is celebrating its fifth year lining the Boston marathon route! Marathon Daffodils planted over 130,000 daffodil bulbs with the help of amazing volunteers along the 26.2 mile route from Hopkinton to Boston in 2015. Mother Nature has cooperated, and those bulbs have multiplied and are ready to bloom on Marathon Day 2018 weekend. Read More…

Daily Briefs

Wednesday’s Brief: Famous Women in History, Teen Book Club, $5M Waterfront Home for Sale, North End Wine Trends

Things to know for Wednesday Today is Wednesday, March 28 and Red Sox opening day is just over a week away! Make sure to stop by the South Street Diner as they celebrate the start of the season with all-you-can-eat Fenway Franks! Here’s what else you need to know for Wednesday… 6:30PM Famous Women in Read More…

Featured Government Real Estate

Rep. Michlewitz: Passed House Bill on Short-Term Rentals (AirBnb) Brings Safety, Transparency and Revenue

The Massachusetts House passed a long-debated bill on short-term rentals (AirBnb, etc.) last Thursday. The North End’s State Rep. Aaron Michlewitz was the lead sponsor who said the bill provides for baseline safety regulations, creates transparency in the market, establishes a revenue structure based on the different levels of hosts, and allows for cities and Read More…

Announcements Food & Drink

South Street Diner Celebrates the Start of the Red Sox Season with All-You-Can-Eat Fenway Franks!

Baseball season is back in Boston! The Boston Red Sox kick off their 2018 season on Thursday, April 5th. They’ll return to Fenway for the home opener as they face the Tampa Bay Rays at 2:05pm. Join South Street Diner as they give Sox fans an alternative to visiting the park – a cost-effective option Read More…

Community

Reader Poll: What Should Be Boston’s Next Infrastructure Project?

From gondolas to MBTA woes, Boston is always brainstorming the next big infrastructure project for the city. Whether it’s extending the subway, connecting trains, or building tunnels, everyone has opinions and ideas, many of which have been talked about for years. WBUR recently posted an article highlighting some of these long talked about plans, including Read More…

Announcements Food & Drink

A Waterfront Pasqua at il Molo

On April 1, il Molo in Boston’s North End will host a “Pasqua” – Easter, in Italian – that is steeped in tradition. In addition to dishing out il Molo’s signature menu of coastal Italian cuisine, Chef Pino Maffeo will feature a collection of comfort-laced specialties that echo classic dishes seen on Easter Sunday in Read More…