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Monday’s Brief: North Street Grille in Washington Post, Tileston St. Properties Public Hearing, Dog Tag Memorial

Things to know for Monday

Today is Monday, July 30 and if you’re a Harry Potter fan, be sure to stop by Primark at Downtown Crossing tomorrow for the launch of their Harry Potter Store. They’ll also be giving away free wands to the first 100 wizarding hopefuls, continue reading

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

11:00AM Public Hearing: 48-50 Tileston Street Declared Surplus. There will be a hearing in the Iannella Chamber at 1 City Hall Square on message and orders declaring surplus various parcels and transferring care, custody, management and control of said property to the Public Facilities Commission, see the full public notice here.

Notable News:

Where to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner in Boston

Boston is famous for its namesake baked beans and cream pie among other local favorites like lobster rolls and clam chowder, but if you only had one day in the city, where should you eat breakfast, lunch and dinner and make the most of your day? According to the Washington Post, the best way to kick off the day is with the North End’s own North Street Grille, read more.

Dog Tag Memorial Garden:

Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Tuesday, July 31

8:00AM Harry Potter Store Launch. Primark at Downtown Crossing is launching an in-store Harry Potter store complete with clothing, accessories, backpacks, home goods and more, see additional details here.

11:15AM ReadBoston Book Bike. An extension of ReadBoston’s Storymobile program, the BookBike looks to share the love of books with children through activities and literature in an environmentally-friendly way on the Greenway at Cross & Hanover Streets.

12:00PM Public Hearing on Community Gardens and Green Spaces. Members of the public are invited to testify at the public hearing on the order authorizing Boston to accept and expend $90,000 in the form a grant awarded by TD Bank for the Community Gardens and green spaces in Boston, see additional details here.

6:00PM Jazz in the Park Summer Concert Series. NEMPAC will again bring this free and open to the public concert series to the Park! Artistically directed by Maestro Stefano Marchese, we will enjoy music entertainment outdoors, in partnership with the City of Boston and the Greenway Conservancy, see additional details here.

Wednesday, August 1

7:00PM North End Movie Night at the Gassey (DiFilippo Playground). There will be a free movie night brought to you by the Boston Community Collaborative at the Prince Street Park, see additional details here.

From the Community:

Tresca’s Summer Series Featuring Bria Ansara

Bria Ansara will be singing at Tresca on Thursday nights, 7-10pm through the summer.  She has a very appealing sound and something different for the North End with Jazz, Soul and Bossa Nova, continue reading.

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One Reply to “Monday’s Brief: North Street Grille in Washington Post, Tileston St. Properties Public Hearing, Dog Tag Memorial

  1. Congratulations to North Street Grille wonderful write up in the Washington Post. Good for you Robin you deserve it. Food is always good and the staff is 👍

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