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North End Music & Performing Arts Center Highlights Community Engagement, Digital Presence, and Space in Annual Report

The North End Music & Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) shared their 2017 annual report at a public meeting last week, highlighting their recent marketing and rebranding overhaul, continued community outreach, and possible new space. The meeting began with NEMPAC Executive Board elections. Dianne Royle was re-elected as President, Doug Bowen-Flynn was re-elected as Vice President, Read More…

Community

Weekly Top Reads: Storm Photos, Old North Admission Fee, Climate Change Rally, City Council Debates Short-Term Rentals, Historic Stories and Reunions!

This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com of course feature the recent storms and major flooding, and also include updates from Old North, City Council and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from the past week. Storm Surge From Nor’Easter Riley Floods Boston’s Waterfront at High Tide [Photos] Nor’Easter Riley hit Boston Read More…

Photos & Videos

Saturday’s High Tide – Flooding Continues [Photos]

The third and final high tide of Nor’Easter Riley hit Boston Saturday afternoon around 12:05pm, bringing strong wind gusts and additional flooding to the North End Waterfront. See photos below. More photos from Langone Park, the HarborWalk and under the North Washington Bridge: “Neighborhood Photo” is a regular feature on NorthEndWaterfront.com. Submit your interesting photos using Read More…

Community

Weekly Top Reads: Ward 3 Caucus, City Councilor Newsletter, Senator Boncore Fundraiser, Old North End II, Haymarket Hotel Height

This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured political news and events, historical stories, development projects and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week. Ward 3 Democrats Elect Delegates at 2018 Caucus Democrats from Ward 3 held their annual caucus in Boston’s North End on Saturday to elect delegates Read More…

Featured Meetings Real Estate

Wharf District Residents Express Frustrations with Municipal Harbor Plan Revisions

Harbor Towers Garage Committee Chairman Lee Kozol represented the East India Row Harbor Towers residents when he spoke out against the Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Plan (MHP) and its latest supplement at the Wharf District council meeting on Tuesday evening. The unified response by waterfront neighbors came after a presentation by Rich McGuinness of the Boston Read More…

Community Featured

Reader Poll: What Do You Want to See on the Boston Harborwalk Map?

Earlier this month, Boston Harbor Now announced that funding has been made available to develop a Harborwalk map that will help people find public spaces and amenities along the city’s waterfront. There is currently no comprehensive, user-friendly map providing this information, making it difficult for people to know what is publicly available and legally accessible. Read More…

Community Featured

Weekly Top Reads: Haymarket Garage Parking, City Meters, Dock Square Tower, Municipal Harbor Plan, Local Poets, & Family Ice Skating

In this week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com, several local garages gained neighborhood attention, along with parking meter pricing and community events. Read on below to see the most popular articles from the past week! North End Resident Parking Abuse at Parcel 7 Haymarket Garage (5 Investigates) Sixty discounted parking spaces at the Parcel 7 Haymarket Read More…

Community Featured

Weekly Top Reads: Tunnel of Love, Cooper St. Robbery, Short-Term Rental Investors, Harborwalk Map, Golden Goose Liquor License, & North Station Photos

This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured Valentine’s Day event photos, short-term rentals, police action, local business updates and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week. “Tunnel of Love” Transforms Columbus Park for Valentine’s Day [Photo Gallery] The first annual Tunnel of Love opened last Saturday at Columbus Park, Read More…