Daily Briefs

Monday’s Brief: Downeast Pop-Up, Downtown Progressives Forum, Why Can’t Boston Build Taller?

Things to know for Monday

Today is Monday, April 30 and if you’re a fan of East Boston’s Downeast Cider House, you’ll be excited to know they will be running a pop-up seasonal drinkery on the Greenway across from South Station starting in late May, continue reading

Here’s what else you need to know for the week ahead…

6:30PM Downtown Progressives Forum: How Can Massachusetts Take Action on Gun Violence? Join Downtown Progressives at the Nazzaro Community Center at 30 North Bennet Street for a discussion as part of the state-wide effort to get the ERPO bill across the finish line, see additional details here.

Notable News:

Why can’t Boston build taller?

In a number of different ways, Boston’s skyline is governed by its past. With height caps being set at 70 feet in the late 1800s, the rules helped shape the city for about 60 years. Check out the Boston Globe to see how other rules have helped shape this city’s past, and future.

Made it to Boston:

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Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Tuesday, May 1

10:30AM Disney with Mr. Dan. Join the North End Library at 25 Parmenter street where toddlers and preschool-aged kids are invited to join Mr. Dan for a collection of Disney Shorts every Tuesday. Large groups can register by calling 617-227-8135.

Wednesday, May 2

6:00PM Reception in Support of Councilor Lydia Edwards. There will be a North End spring reception to support City Councilor Lydia Edwards at the Living Room on Atlantic Ave, see additional details here.

6:30PM W.C. Fields and Mae West Meet the Friends of the North End. The Delvena Theatre Company will be presenting W.C. Fields and Mae West at the North End Library located at 25 Parmenter Street, see additional details here.

6:30PM Old North Speaker Series: Christopher Clark. Join the Old North Church and the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology for a discussion at the Old North Church on work and employment in late 18th century Boston.


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