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Tuesday’s Brief: Bruins Take Game One, Vietnam Memorial Repaired, Hanover St. Resurfacing Begins, Councilor Edwards Reception

Today is Tuesday, May 28 and all is good in Boston after the Bruins won Game 1 against the Blues last night, 4-2, in a great comeback game. Here’s what else you need to know for today…

Hanover Street Resurfacing Begins. Boston Public Works has posted the following signs to notify residents and businesses that Hanover Street resurfacing will begin on Tuesday, May 28th with the work lasting through June 6th. Crews will work primarily at night, 7pm to 4am, in order to expedite the job, see additional details here.

5:30fPM Reception for City Councilor Edwards. Stop by Il Molo on Commercial Street for a reception honoring District One City Councilor Lydia Edwards, see additional details here.

6:00PM The Hancock Mansion Project: Preserving History & Heritage. Join the North Bennet Street School at 150 North Street for a free, public lecture detailing the Hancock Mansion’s unique place as a catalyst for America’s preservation movement, and how North Bennet Street School students recreated the massive 10x10x13′ entryway, see additional details here.

Notable News:


Vandalized Vietnam War memorial in Boston repaired in just 24 hours; suspect arrested

In less than 24 hours after a Vietnam War memorial in Boston was vandalized with hateful messages, local businesses pulled together to reverse thousands of dollars worth of damage, read more on WCVB.

Plan your events with the Community Calendar:

Wednesday, May 29

12:00PM Songs of Liberty at Old North. The Old North Church is hosting a Songs of Liberty performance by the Legacy High School Choir from Bismarck, North Dakota. The 61 voice choir, directed by Michael Seil, will perform five pieces of music intended to, “provide both a musically stirring performance and a meaningful journey through the morals and beliefs that our founders realized to be essential to the home of the free,” see additional details here.

2:00PM Nazzaro Center Hosts Brain Health Assessment Study at 30 North Bennet Street. A comprehensive brain health company named Cogniciti is joining the Nazzaro Center to educate people about their brain health and provide a tool to screen for signs of mild cognitive impairment, see additional details here.

5:20PM Boat + Bike Winthrop – Meet at New England Aquarium. Join Boston Harbor Now’s “Ferry Faerie” (Director of Planning, Alice Brown) for a ferry ride from downtown Boston to Winthrop aboard the Valkyrie then take a 13-mile bike ride around Deer Island, along Winthrop Shore Drive, through part of the Belle Isle Marsh, and along the East Boston Greenway, see additional details here.

5:30PM Yappy Hour at the Battery Wharf Hotel Patio. Grab your furry friend and stop by the Battery Wharf Hotel Patio to join RUFF North End, Absolut Vodka, Battery Wharf Hotel, and Polka Dog Bakery for the North End Yappy Hour, see additional details here.

6:30PM Old North Speaker Series. Join the Old North Speaker Series at 193 Salem Street for a lecture and community conversation with James Farrell on The Child Independence Is Born: James Otis and Writs of Assistance, see additional details here.

6:30PM Author Talk: Stephanie Schorow Discusses “Inside the Combat Zone. Join the North End Library for an author talk with Stepahnie Schorow to discuss the issues the created the controversial neighborhood known as the combat zone, see additional details here.

6:30PM Friends of Cutillo Park Meeting at the Nazzaro Center. Stop by 30 North Bennet Street for a Friends of Cutillo Park monthly meeting, see additional details here.

Thursday, May 30

7:00PM Lecture: Journalist Ari Daniel from PBS Nova. Stop by the New England Aquarium for a free lecture with Scientist and Producer for the PBS show “NOVA” Ari Daniel as he explains the impact of storytelling in communicating scientific concepts to a mass audience, see additional details here.

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