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Police Blotter: Hanover St. Restaurant Window Broken, Trespassing, Stolen Package

The following are recent incidents reported by Boston Police District A-1 for the North End / Waterfront area. Trespassing05/27/20     3:15 p.m.Commercial Street building property manager informed responding police officers that there was an unknown male suspect in the building who was being very disruptive and had no reason to be inside the apartment building. Police officers Read More…

Local Cases Continue Decline; Massachusetts Enters Phase II [COVID-19 Weekly Update]

Weekly Top Reads: Protests Call for Justice; Graduation Parade, Looters Arrested; Real Estate Sales, New Neighborhood Council Members, Pop-Up COVID Testing Site

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Weekend Brief: Some Restaurant Patios May Reopen Monday, Celebrating What Unites Us, Open Mic Night, Future of Attending a Sporting Event

Today is Friday, June 5 and tomorrow Gov. Baker announces if phase two of the state’s reopening plan will move forward, which would mean several restaurants that are already set up for patio seating like Mare and Trattoria ll Panino in the North End could open as early as Monday, read more on Eater Boston. Read More…

Years in Waiting, New Trees Planted on Cross Street

La Famiglia Giorgio’s Opens Storefront on Salem Street

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Art Installation at Christopher Columbus Park: “Even if you don’t see it, it is there”

Being responsive to our common needs and interconnectedness during these challenging times, the Friends of Christopher Columbus Park’s Art Curator Robyn Reed recently hung a new art installation at the Park entitled, “even if you don’t see it, it is there.“ Drawing inspiration from graffiti artist DAKU, who incorporates shadows in his work, Robyn chose Read More…

NEMPAC Presents Pop-Up Opera Project in the Streets of Boston’s Little Italy

Commentary on Not Having a Traditional High School Graduation Ceremony

Arts & Culture Commentaries

Poem: “America is Dying”

White Cells are killing Black Cells and Red Cells are left to die in the Body ContaminateIf America is One Body, One Voice forwarding the Civilized Discourse. Then,America is dying.And The Founding Fathers are crying. More and More Money to MoneyAnd Shit to the BucketAnd Rosevelt is crying Confederate Flags are flyingEmpowering the fight for Read More…

Ready to Play? New Digital Game From Old North!

Councilor Edwards Announces Hire of Jesse Purvis as Director of Policy

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