Daily Briefs

Wednesday’s Brief: Missing Woman Found Alive, Seven x Salt, Sons & Daughters of Italy Meeting

Today is Wednesday, January 23 and the 23-year-old woman who went missing on Saturday night has been found alive in a Charlestown apartment and a man has been charged with her kidnapping, read more on Universal Hub.

Here’s what else you need to know for today…

6:30PM Seven x Salt. Stop by the North End Library at 25 Parmenter Street for a historical musical program of colonial America. Come and you’ll hear tunes you might have heard in Boston long ago. The quartet performs on period instruments and in early English dialect, so you get a true sense of colonial entertainment, see additional details here.

7:00PM North End Order Sons and Daughters of Italy Member Meeting. The next meeting will meet at the Fisherman’s Club (corner of Lewis and Fulton with entrance on Fulton). New Members are welcome.

Notable News:

Former North End bathhouse captures an era — it should be preserved

In a letter to the Boston Globe, President of the New England chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians, David Foxe, believes the Nazzaro Center should be designated as a Boston landmark, read more on the Boston Globe.

Wise Guys:

Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Thursday, January 24

3:30PM City Council Hearing: Marijuana Licensing Process. A working session regarding best equity practices in the City’s marijuana licensing process and the potential for a social equity program will take place in the Curley Room at Boston City Hall. Members of the public are cordially invited to attend. Committee members, Administration officials, and other interested parties may be invited for discussion. Public comment is subject to the discretion of the Chair, see additional details here.

From The Community:

il Molo to Dish Out Three Courses of Romance This Valentine’s Day

il Molo in Boston’s charming North End neighborhood will be celebrating Valentine’s Day with three courses of romance inspired by the Mediterranean and New England coasts, continue reading.

African-American Patriots Freedom Trail Tours Celebrate Black History Month

Join the Freedom Trail Foundation’s African-American Patriots Tours on Saturdays and Sundays in February to learn about and celebrate the African-American patriots who played a vital role in the start of the American Revolution in Boston and in the formation of our country, continue reading.

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One Reply to “Wednesday’s Brief: Missing Woman Found Alive, Seven x Salt, Sons & Daughters of Italy Meeting

  1. Not only should the Nazzaro be renovated, and considered a landmark the whole entire neighborhood should be considered historic!

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