Daily Briefs

Tuesday’s Brief: New Social Distancing Guidelines Implemented, Virtual Piano Lessons, From Bows to Masks for Heroes

Today is Tuesday, April 7 and if you’re a local restaurant still offering pick up or delivery, consider sharing your information to be added to a local flyer, read more here. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 11:30AM NEMPAC Virtual IG Intro to Playing Piano. Did you ever wonder what a first Read More…

Featured Schools

North Bennet St. School to Remain Closed for In-Person Work/Teaching This Semester

The North Bennet Street School (NBSS) has announced the school will not reopen for in-person work or teaching this semester due to COVID-19. NBSS closed its building on North Street on March 11, just before Mayor Walsh closed all Boston Public Schools, as the spread of coronavirus began to escalate. Since then, NBSS has moved Read More…

Arts & Culture Community

North End Music & Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) Virtual Programming April 7–10

The North End Music & Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) is hosting online programming during this time of social distancing due to COVID-19. Each week there will be free and tuition-based live-streamed classes and workshops. Follow NEMPAC on Instagram to join the live Instagram classes (marked with the colorful camera icon) and email Education Programs Director Read More…

Daily Briefs

Monday’s Brief: Which Boston Neighborhoods Are Seeing More COVID-19 Cases, Best Work From Home Lunch Options, NEMPAC Virtual Spring Session Begins

Today’s Monday, April 6 and if you’re looking for a local favorite to order your work from home lunch this week, be sure to check out Thrillst’s list of the best options broken down by neighborhood, read more here. Here’s what else you need to know for the week ahead… NEMPAC Spring Session Begins (Virtual). Read More…

Featured Government Health & Environment

Voluntary 9PM–6AM Curfew, Face Covers Encouraged for All, Recreational Sports Areas Closed

Effective Monday, April 6, new, tighter restrictions will be put in place in the City of Boston to reduce the impact and spread of the coronavirus. Announced by Mayor Marty Walsh on Sunday, April 5, every individual is now encouraged to cover their mouth and nose when out in public. This includes when on essential Read More…