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Tuesday’s Brief: Cocktails to Go, Wharf District Council Meeting, Old North Speaker Series, Perfect Beach Weather

Today is Tuesday, July 21 and it’s expected to be the “perfect beach weather” day today as humidity dies down after Boston recorded its first heat wave of the year, read more on NBC Boston. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 5:00PM Wharf District Council Meeting. The Wharf District Council will host Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Artists Promote Diversity on Columbus Statue, Regina’s to Close Allston Location, HIIT on Greenway

Today is Monday, July 20 and one of the most famous pizzerias in the area, Pizzeria Regina, is closing their Allston location permanently as of tomorrow, July 21st, read more on Boston Restaurant Talk. Here’s what else you need to know for this week… 5:30PM HIIT by Healthworks. Mondays in July and August, join Healthworks Read More…

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Friday’s Brief: Shift to N. Washington St. Temporary Bridge Begins, Lansdowne St. to Become Fan Experience on Game Days, Concerts in the Courtyard

Today is Friday, July 17 and just like the rest of 2020, baseball season is shaping up a little differently than expected this year. In light of no fans being able to attend games, Lansdowne St. will become a new fan experience outside Fenway Park on game days and weekends, read more on WCVB.com. Here’s Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: West Nile Virus Found in Boston Mosquitoes, Rent Prices Drop 6%, Lunchtime Flow, Ask An Expert, Northern Avenue Bridge Public Art Meeting

Today is Thursday, July 16 and as the pandemic continues, rent prices have seen nearly a 6% drop across the city in just the last month, read more at WCVB Boston. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 1:00PM Lunchtime Flow by Body Lingua Yoga. Thursdays in July, join Body Lingua Yoga for Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Sam Adams Closes Faneuil Hall Taproom Due to Coronavirus Concerns, Summer on the Greenway, N. Washington St. Bus Lane Meeting, Book Discussion Club

Today is Wednesday, July 15 and Sam Adams shut down its Faneuil Hall taproom yesterday due to COVID-19 concerns after an influx of patrons from out-of-state virus hotspots, read more on Universal Hub. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 5:30PM Your Summer on The Greenway: A Live Update. Now, as ever, The Greenway is Read More…

Featured Health & Environment

What’s the 311? Dog Poop on Salutation St., Basketball at Polcari Playground, Needle Found at Copps Hill Terrace, Mirabella Pool Graffiti

Welcome back to our weekly update that highlights some of the cases appearing on 311 in the North End/Waterfront neighborhoods. All 311 cases are public information and can be found at 311.boston.gov. Pet Owner Pick Up on Salutation Street This 311 user writes, “Please have this removed! Every single day between the urine and dog feces can’t walk Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: Caffè Ducali to Open in North End, Water Main Work Heads to Battery Street, Friends of Christopher Columbus Park Meeting

Today is Tuesday, July 14 and Boston Water and Sewer Commission reports that work is expected to start on Battery St. this week, in addition to the work outlined in their July update. The project aims to improve water mains and sewer lines around the neighborhood, see additional details here. Notable News: Caffè Ducali to Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Encore Reopens to Public, Fitness Studios Open, Some Remain Closed, HIIT by Healthworks, Neighborhood Council Meeting

Today is Monday, July 13 and while some fitness studios are allowed to open today as Phase 3 begins, several are continuing to remain closed given restrictions, read more on Boston.com. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 5:30PM HIIT by Healthworks. Mondays in July and August, join Healthworks for HIIT fitness classes, Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Phase 3 Reopening to Begin Monday, 10 Things to do this 4th of July Weekend, Virtual Celebrations

Today is Friday, July 3 and while Boston may not be hosting the type of 4th of July celebration it’s seen in years past, Boston.com has pulled together a list of 10 things to do around the city this holiday weekend, read more here. Here’s what you need to know for this holiday weekend… Notable Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: Free Drive-In Movie Series, Phase 3 Businesses Eager to Reopen, NEMPAC Pop-Up Opera Watch Party, N. Washington St. Bridge Meeting, Online Film Discussion

Today is Thursday, July 2 and throughout the month of July the City of Boston is hosting a free drive-in movie series, read more on Boston.com. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 6:00PM NEMPAC Pop-Up Opera Watch Party. Join us by logging into the NEMPAC Pop-up Opera WATCH PARTY on Zoom!  Join: https://maine.zoom.us/j/92990771105?pwd=MzNlZlk4YnZGYTBVa2ZzMENDcGdvdz09Password: FIGARO Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Zero Coronavirus Deaths for First Time in Months, Park Square Statue to be Removed, N. Washington St. Bridge Meeting, Paul Revere Virtual Forum

Today is Wednesday, July 1 and for the first time since March there were no coronavirus deaths throughout the state yesterday, read more on The Boston Globe. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 6:30PM Public Meeting: Shift to Temporary N. Washington St. Bridge. The North Washington Street Bridge will be entering a Read More…

Featured Health & Environment

What’s the 311? Graffiti at Cutillo and Dog Parks, Fireworks, Helicopters, Social Distancing

Welcome back to our weekly update that highlights some of the cases appearing on 311 in the North End/Waterfront neighborhoods. All 311 cases are public information and can be found at 311.boston.gov. Graffiti at Cutillo and Dog Parks Graffiti in the swing set area of Cutillo Park off of Morton St in North End. Same “tagging” that was Read More…