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Tuesday’s Brief: Restaurant Covid-19 Violations, Seven Fishes for Takeout, Space Saving, Night Sky from the North End

Today is Tuesday, December 22 and if you’re looking for the traditional Feast of the Seven Fishes for takeout this week, consider one of these local restaurants, read more on Boston.com.

Here’s what else you need to know for today…

Notable News:

Licensing Board slams North End restaurant for raft of Covid-19 violations, including letting neighborhood violinist play for diners

The Boston Licensing Board told the manager and lawyer for Rabia’s, 73 Salem St., that if they can’t keep the North End’s pair of wandering violinists out and if servers keep serving diners after 9:30 p.m. and won’t wear masks, the place should just shut down. Read more at Universal Hub.

The Never-Ending Argument Over Space Saving in Boston

Last week’s snow storm launched another season of the never-ending argument over space saving throughout the city of Boston. City Councilor Matt O’Malley sparked a heated debate by bringing up the issue of banning space savers, read more on NBC Boston.

Night Sky from the North End:

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Friday, December 25

Christmas Day

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2 Replies to “Tuesday’s Brief: Restaurant Covid-19 Violations, Seven Fishes for Takeout, Space Saving, Night Sky from the North End

  1. Once in a while it should be ok for a little entertainment at least it’s a violin 🎻 but then I saw some comments it seems this old timer is showing off, don’t blame them. And personally I am not surprised that IG video at Rabia’s went viral. If anybody knows the goofy comedian from the NE you will know he and the owner are always putting videos of the restaurant and how Christian is always talking about small businesses and all.

    1. I think I am feeling it. Sort of sickened by the neoscientists who take out their miscalculations on the public. Let this guy run His business and people who want to attend enjoy, then let the bureacrats twiddle their thumbs and use the other fingers to pick their nose. No reason that they should pick other people’s noses.

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