Today is Thursday, November 14 and the cold weather is here to stay. If you’re looking for more winter activities this winter, check out this list of where to ice skate around the city.
Here’s what else you need to know for today…
1:00PM Hearing on Short Term Rental Ordinance. Members of the public are cordially invited to attend and testify on the implementation of the short term rental ordinance, see additional information here.
7:00PM Understanding how warming oceans affects deep sea corals. Geochemist, oceanographer, deep-sea explorer and Woods Hole researcher Laura Robinson will be joining the New England Aquarium to talk about the changes our oceans are going through, and how looking at the composition of old corals can help us best theorize about how they will change in the coming years, see additional details here.
Looking to satisfy a seafood craving? Hoodline pulled together a list of the best seafood spots to splurge on around the city and it’s no surprise that North End favorite Neptune Oyster made the list, read more on Hoodline.
Late Night Jumpers in the North End:
Plan your events with the Community Calendar:
Friday, November 15
6:00PM Marco Rafala: How Fires End (author talk). Stop by I AM Books at 198 North Street to hear from Marco Rafalà a first-generation Sicilian American novelist, musician, and writer for award-winning tabletop role-playing games. The author will be in conversation with Olivia Kate Cerrone, author of The Hunger Saint (Bordighera Press).
Saturday, November 16
1:00PM Nourish Your Soul Juice Pop-Up. Stop by Shake the Tree at 67 Salem Street to sample delicious Nourish juices. Based on Newbury Street, they will be dropping off a fresh batch of juices for us to pass out, while supplies last!
6:00PM Alice Manica – Finding Alma: An Italian Journey. Stop by I AM Books at 189 North Street to hear from Alice Manica and her book Finding Alma: An Italian Journey.
7:00PM Music: “Night of Burlesque Music” with the John Licata. The John Licata Burlesque Band returns to The West End Museum, this time playing the great songs of the 1940s Scollay Square “burly” houses, including “Night Train” (“That’s the Blues Old Man”), “Tin Roof Blues,” and “St. James Infirmary”, see additional details here.
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