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Weekly Top Reads: Neighborhood Council Supports New Building, Casarecce Opens, Boston Italian Artists Network, Shop & Nibble, NEMPAC Perform-a-Thon, and Abstract Sculpture Reconfigured

This week’s top posts on featured development proposals, new businesses, local shops, art, music and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from the past week.

Neighborhood Council Supports New Construction at Salem & Prince Street Corner

The North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) has voted unanimously to support a petition for a new building to be constructed at 149 Salem Street / 71 Prince Street. Watch the project presentation video here.

Casarecce Ristorante Opens on Hanover Street

A new Italian restaurant, Casarecce, has opened at 285 Hanover Street in Boston’s North End. The menu highlights that all pasta is made fresh on premises, under the headline of “Eat Fresh, Eat Local, Eat Casarecce.” Read more and see photos here.

Boston Italian Artists Launch New Network

Boston Italian Artists (BIA) recently held a launch event to create the first organization in the city for the Italian-American artistic community. BIA’s mission is to foster the New England Italian-American artistic scene by connecting artists and organizing productions. Read more and see photos here.

Shop & Nibble Brings Together Neighborhood Shops and Eateries

The North End’s annual Spring Shop & Nibble took place on Sunday, April 7 as shoppers enjoyed tasting and sipping at the neighborhood’s boutiques and retail shops. Read more and see photos here.

North End Music & Performing Arts Center Perform-a-Thon at Improv Asylum

It was truly a marathon of music and song at the Improv Asylum last weekend for the annual Perform-a-thon to support the North End Music & Performing Arts Center and benefit NEMPAC’s music scholarships and educational programs. Read more and see photos here.

Editor’s Choice

2019 Reconfiguration of Abstract Sculpture on the Greenway

The split rhomboid dodecahedron monument at the Armenian Heritage Park on the Greenway, known as the Abstract Sculpture, was reconfigured this week for the 2019 season. The debut of this year’s sculpture is one of the 24 possible configurations. Read more and see photos here.