Following up on our “Where’s the 311?” post regarding new grafitti tags in the past week, Adam from DJ Management shares these photos from a video camera outside their Commercial Street property. The photos show a tagger spray painting while holding a skateboard. “He hit a ton of properties on Friday between midnight and 1am,” adds Adam.
Orchard Skate Shop Opens New Store on North End Waterfront
Welcome to Orchard, the skateboard, footwear and apparel shop opening this week on the North End waterfront at 438 Commercial Street. The new store adds to the company’s flagship location in Allston (complete with a miniramp and art gallery) and relocates its Newbury Street shop to the North End neighborhood. Orchard is 100% skateboarder owned and operated, supporting the local Read More…
Skateboarder Assaults Greenway Staff on North End Parks
[responsive_youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-ZLEKD_nhg] Amy Dwyer of the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway Conservancy spoke to the North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) about an incident involving skateboarders on the North End Parks. According to the report, the incident occurred this week on Parcel 10 in the North End Parks when staff confronted skateboarders that were damaging Read More…
Cleaning up Grafitti on Henchman Street [Photos]
North End rep. at the Mayor’s Office, Maria Lanza, followed up on the tagging of several buildings on Henchman Street arranging for “grafitti busters” from the City of Boston’s Property Management group to remove the errant spray paint in Boston’s North End.
4 Replies to “Tagger Shown in the Act on Commercial Street”
I saw some comments on another post blaming local North End kids for this spray painting with absolute no proof. Well, the evidence is out and obviously not a local kid.
I’ve lived in this neighborhood for quite some time and I don’t think I have ever seen a local kid spray painting and tagging. Not really something they do around here.
Might want to distribute the photos to the local colleges so they can show parents how they have wasted their money.
Not to mention our kids don’t skateboard 🙂
North End kids do skateboard. Why not? Slye Park is fertile ground for our skateboarders ! I see them and hear them. I wonder if ‘outsiders’ come to the North End to skateboard? M-m-m-m-m And why would a non-local be in the neighborhood carrying a skateboard around at midnight, just spray painting away !
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