Bow & Arrow Celebrating 4th Anniversary on May 31st

Join Bow & Arrow to celebrate four years in business and its recent expansion. Drinks & Dessert on Thursday, May 31, 2018 5:30pm - 7:30pm at 215 Hanover St. Suite 201-202.

Five Candidates Elected in 2018 Election for North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council

On Saturday, May 19th, residents voted to elect five members to the North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council. 2018 NEWNC Election Results Marie Simboli – 83 votes John Pregmon – 61 votes Brett Roman - 49 votes Patrick Bova – 39 votes Joel (Jody) Faller – 33 votes All of the candidates listed above will be serving a two-year term on the council. View their introductions on this...

Neighborhood Photo: Maria from Sesame Street at Tresca

Maria from Seseme Street stopped in for dinner this weekend at Tresca on Hanover Street, shown here with Chef Rich Ansara.   “Neighborhood Photo” is a regular feature on NorthEndWaterfront.com. Send in your photos using our Submit a Post form, via email to info@northendwaterfront.com or tag @northend.waterfront on Instagram. Please include a caption or story telling us about your photo. See past neighborhood...

Langone & Puopolo Parks Community Meeting May 21

The third community meeting regarding improvements for Langone & Puopolo Parks will be held on Monday, May 21 at 6:30 p.m. at the Nazzaro Center. At a previous meeting, three design alternatives were presented – Boston Parks & Recreation will now share the preferred design and hear feedback from attendees.

North End Resident, Francine LaChance, and the Grolier Poetry Festival – Rescheduled for June 2nd

Update: Due to rain, the Grolier Poetry Festival has been rescheduled to June 2, 2018, 12pm - 8pm in Harvard Square outside as a street fair on Plympton Street. Frequently seen working in neighborhood coffee shops, North End resident Francine LaChance is producing the Grolier Poetry Book Shop Festival. The festival will take place in Harvard Square on Plympton Street, Cambridge...

Suspect Running From Police Jumps in Boston Harbor

A suspect running from Boston Police apparently tried to escape by jumping in Boston Harbor near Christopher Columbus Park in Boston's North End. He was pulled out and taken away by stretcher. Ryan Kenny was passing by Joe's American Bar & Grill at Commercial Wharf and captured the scene. It was overheard that the dog may have found the suspect...

Weekly Top Reads: Noisy Planes, Dry Ice Rat Solution, European Restaurant Sign, “Table” at 445 Hanover, Skating Rink Opera and Paul Revere Commemoration

This week's top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured city planning, new businesses, art displays, performances and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week. Residents Bear Hours of Circling Plane Noise During Garden Game A loud, low flying prop plane circled dozens of times above the North End / Waterfront neighborhood during and after the Celtics...

Neighborhood Photo: USS Constitution Commemorates 50th Anniversary of U.S. Involvement in Vietnam War

The United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration and USS Constitution commemorated the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War on Friday, May 18. Photo submitted by Vinnie Marasa. The USS Constitution visited Fort Independence in Southie where it fired a 21-gun salute at the South Boston Vietnam Memorial. She then returned to her berth at Pier 1 in the Charlestown Navy Yard. Photo submitted by Adam Castiglioni. “Neighborhood Photo” is a...

Weekend Brief: Cornhole Classic, Best Summer Dining, Garden Garage Comes Down

Things to know for Friday Today is Friday, May 19 and we hope you've been practicing your underhand toss because the 3rd annual charity Cornhole Classic is taking place this Sunday at the Living Room. Purchase a walk-in ticket if available or just stop by to cheer on the teams! More information here. Here's what else you need to know for the...

Thank You from Carl Ameno

Thank You Words cannot express the feelings and emotions of realizing the honor, privilege and pride of working with North End families for almost half a century has finally come to an end. To all who attended my retirement party on May 9 and to all who couldn’t make it but wanted to be there, to the thousands of people I...

Greenway Business Improvement District and Carolyn Lynch Garden Updates Presented at Residents’ Association Meeting

Jesse Brackenbury, Executive Director of Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, provided updates on the new Business Improvement District (BID) and the Carolyn Lynch Garden at the May Residents' Association meeting. https://youtu.be/hyWvr0VABrg Jesse spoke first about the Greenway BID (00:43). MassDOT has historically provided about 40% of the Greenway budget and the Conservancy handles the other 60%. That 40% has now been divvied up...

Historic Neighborhood Photo: Let’s Go Celtics!

In honor of the Celtics making it to the playoffs this year, this week's photo is of the team playing the New York Knicks back in 1972, just a few years before the famous Larry Bird came along. Did you know that our team itself is historic? The Celtics were actually founded in 1946 as one of the original eight NBA...