This week’s top posts on featured local businesses, more winter weather, music & performing arts, scholarships and more! Read on to see the most popular articles from this past week below.

My Cousin’s Place Reopens After Renovations Celebrating Sixth Anniversary

North End coffee shop “My Cousin’s Place” has reopened after a floor-to-ceiling renovation and will mark its sixth anniversary on March 21st since debuting on Hanover Street in 2012. Read more and see photos here.

Neighborhood Council Votes Against Going Bananas Malt & Wine License

The North End Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) voted 6-1 in opposition to a license that would allow Going Bananas at 64 Salem Street to add beer and wine to their list of offerings. Read more and see the video here.


Winter Storm Skylar Reaches Blizzard Status [Photos]

Winter storm Skylar officially reached blizzard status in Boston last Tuesday, with the National Weather Service (NWS) reporting 3+ hours of blizzard conditions as of 12pm. See photos from the storm here.

North End Music & Performing Arts Center Highlights Community Engagement, Digital Presence, and Space in Annual Report

NEMPAC shared their 2017 annual report at a public meeting last week, reviewing successful performances and fundraisers from last year, and setting new goals for 2018. Read more, including the complete report here.

Printing Office of Edes & Gill Leaving Clough House; New “Patriot’s Corner” Coming to Old North Campus

The Printing Office of Edes & Gill will be leaving the Clough House in Boston’s North End in the space adjacent to Old North Church on the Freedom Trail. Old North has announced plans for “Patriot’s Corner,” a rotating exhibition space, to open in May 2018 at the Clough House. Read more here.

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Nazzaro Center 2nd Annual College Scholarship Applications Now Available!

After a successful first year, the Nazzaro Center is pleased to announce its 2nd Annual College Scholarship Program, through which they award college scholarships to deserving youth who have made an impact on the North End / Waterfront community. Read more and learn how to apply here.

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