Community

This Weeks Latest & Greatest: Harbor Garage, Magnificent 7 and Connolly at Chamber

A lot of great things going on, be sure to catch all the action in the following top posts. Big development plans and some great community service is shown throughout the neighborhood. Enjoy! Top Posts Historical North End Picture: Hotel Rome in North Square Check out this picture of Hotel Rome in North Square. The Read More…

Government

State Representative Aaron Michlewitz to receive Award from Greater Boston Food Bank

News from the Office of State Representative Aaron Michlewitz: State Representative Aaron Michlewitz will be receiving the Public Advocate of the Year Award from the Greater Boston Food Bank this Saturday, October 5th. The award recognizes public officials who exemplify a strong commitment and dedication to the Greater Boston Food Bank and to ending hunger. Read More…

Arts & Culture Community

North End / Waterfront Home to Four Public Street Pianos [Photos]

Video: Street Pianos Boston — Chloe Plays “Linus & Lucy” (YouTube: aTallGuyNH) This Fall, 75 pianos have been put in public locations all across Boston, Brookline, Cambridge and Somerville as part of “Street Pianos Boston: Play Me I’m Yours.” Four of the 75 pianos are being placed right here in the North End / Waterfront Read More…

Community Event Notices

Week Ahead: Check Out These Exciting Neighborhood Events

Another weekend of beautiful weather has come and gone. Stay posted on the neighborhood with some important meetings, history events and even a food fest. View the details on upcoming events and meetings in the Events Calendar. Tuesday, October 1 North End Chamber of Commerce Monthly Meeting 3:30pm at St. Leonard’s Hall (enter on Prince St.) Read More…

Community Event Notices

Weekly Roundup: The Latest & Greatest With A Little Bit Of Everything

This past week in the North End / Waterfront was as good as it gets – MCAS scores through the roof for the Eliot School and a new mural on the Greenway at Dewey Square. An exciting election proved to come down to the wire for City Council and Mayor. Be sure to catch it Read More…

Arts & Culture Community

Little Free Libraries Pop Up On Greenway

Looking for a new read? Be sure to check out the two Little Free Libraries that are now in operation right here on our Greenway parks. These “oversized bird houses” operate with no charges, cards or late fee’s – just a “take one, leave one” honor system. These homemade boxes allow neighbors to share their Read More…

Community Event Notices

Check Out The Exciting Things Coming This Week Including Preliminary Election for Boston Mayor and City Council

Back to the grind. Wish we could rewind back to Friday at 5? Don’t worry, you’re not alone, we’re all in this together – put your hands in, we’ve got 40 cents. This week has some great things going on that you should take a look at. A big Primary Election on Tuesday to narrow Read More…

Event Notices

Weekly Latest & Greatest: “The Good, The Bad and the Ugly”

It’s hard to think of the Latest and “Greatest” when including a segment about Alex Rodriguez and a robbery at knife point. I believe a more appropriate title for the week was, “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.” Here’s a quick run down of some of the things you might have missed on NorthEndWaterfront.com. Read More…

Government

Sal LaMattina Standout on Cross Street [Photos]

Supporters of Sal LaMattina gathered Thursday evening on Cross Street to show support for the City Councilor. With the primary election this coming Tuesday, September 24th, supporters stressed the importance of visibility. “This is a great spot to stand because it has visibility and it reaches a ton of neighborhood people,” said John Romano, a long Read More…

Government

District 1 City Council Candidate Interview: Sal LaMattina

In this series, NorthEndWaterfront.com profiles each of the three candidates running to be District 1 City Councilor. (See Incumbent Sal LaMattina Faces Two Challengers in Upcoming Election for District 1 City Councilor.) District 1 includes the North End, Charlestown and East Boston. All three candidates reside in East Boston. Each candidate was asked the same five Read More…

Government

District 1 City Council Candidate Interview: Brian Gannon

In this series, NorthEndWaterfront.com profiles each of the three candidates running to be District 1 City Councilor. (See Incumbent Sal LaMattina Faces Two Challengers in Upcoming Election for District 1 City Councilor) District 1 includes the North End, Charlestown and East Boston. All three candidates reside in East Boston. Each candidate was asked the same Read More…