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Weekly Top Reads: Daily Catch on the Waterfront, Boston Tea Party Grave Markers, Trader Mojo’s, Carmen Consoli, Parcel 2 Design, and Turkey Donations

This week’s top posts on featured local businesses, historic celebrations, schools, parks, and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week.

Residents Association Supports Daily Catch Restaurant at Waterfront Site

In a vote of 22-8, the North End / Waterfront Residents’ Association (NEWRA) supported a proposal by Daily Catch restaurant to transfer its alcohol license to 65 Atlantic Avenue on the waterfront in Boston’s North End. Read more and watch the video here.

Boston Tea Party Participants Honored with Commemorative Grave Markers in Copp’s Hill Burying Ground

The Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum, in partnership with the Boston Parks and Recreation Department’s Historic Burying Ground Initiative, placed commemorative markers at the gravesite of twenty-five known Boston Tea Party participants at Copp’s Hill Burying Ground in the North End. Read more and see photos here.

Downtown Journal: Trader Mojo’s

Columnist Monica Collins shares her newest piece about the recently opened Trader Joe’s in Boston’s Seaport, located at the corner of Thomson Place and Seaport Boulevard, and her opinions on this particular supermarket. Read the full article here.

Italian Singer Carmen Consoli Visits Eliot School

Italian Singer Carmen Consoli recently visited fourth graders at the Eliot School in Boston’s North End. The students have been learning about her musical legacy in Mr. M’s music classes as well as in Italian classes with Maestra Grasso and Maestra Pisani. Read more and see photos here.

Boston Planning and Development Agency Presents Parcel 2 Design Scheme

The Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA), alongside Massachusetts Department of Transportation and the Greenway Conservancy, held their fourth public meeting to present the preferred design choice for the Parcel 2 park – the Meadow. Read more and see photos here.

Editor’s Choice

ABCD North End / West End Neighborhood Service Center Receives Turkey Donations

The North End / West End Neighborhood Service Center received several turkey donations ahead of their annual Thanksgiving celebration. Those acknowledged include Greg and Caryn Antonelli of GTA Landscaping; Steven Colarusso of Antonio’s Cucina Italiana in the West End; Al and Maryann Giorgio of La Famiglia Giorgio’s; Mary Guarino and the team at Church on the Hill; and Robin Sidell of North Street Grille. Read more and see photos here.

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