Monthly Archives: May 2019

Weekly Top Reads: Memorial Day Traditions, Roma Pharmacy, Bruins Fever and...

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It was a holiday-shortened week, full of Memorial Day events. The North End's VFW Post 144 held a ceremony in the neighborhood...

A Weekend In Boston: Events Throughout The City

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Welcome to A Weekend in Boston, a weekly post about events occurring over the upcoming weekend throughout all of Boston. For events...

Bob’s Grocery Held Up at Gunpoint

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Bob's Grocery on Endicott Street in Boston's North End was the scene of a robbery at gunpoint...

North End Against Drugs Awards $8,000 in 2019-2020 Scholarships

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North End Against Drugs, through the Raymond and Michelina Costa Scholarship Program, awarded $8,000 in scholarships this year to forty-four deserving students....

Weekend Brief: City Hall Pride Flag Raising, Yappy Hour, Contemporary Arte...

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Today is Friday, May 31 and we hope you enjoyed the holiday shortened week! Why are the North...

Dock Square Garage Project Still Under Review

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The design of the Dock Square Garage project continues to be under review. The Boston Planning and Development...

49th Annual Boston Pride Week

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The 49th annual Boston Pride Week will take place the first week of June with the well-known...

Louis Prima Jr. and The Witnesses Bringing the Swing to the...

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Born into an undeniable musical legacy, Louis Prima Jr. picks up the torch lit by his iconic father...

Hidden in Plain Sight: Learning How Teens Hide Substances – June...

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NEW Health and the Nazzaro Community Center are hosting an event "Hiding in Plain Sight". Learn about...

Coffee Hour with Councilor Lydia Edwards on June 1st

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District One City Councilor Lydia Edwards will be holding a "North End Day of Action" including a neighborhood coffee hour, 11-1, at...

Good Neighbor Award Presented to Don Scott of Lincoln Wharf

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Don Scott has been a Bostonian for 20 years, but has always been from New England. He has worked at Lincoln Wharf, 357...

12th Annual Eliot “Whole” School Picture Day

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As the K-8 school year heads into the final stretch, the North End's Eliot School continued the tradition of gathering at Langone...