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“The Shape of Play” Art Installation Opens at Columbus Park

The Shape of Play, a new public art exhibit by Sari Carel, is now on display at Christopher Columbus Park on Boston’s North End Waterfront. Commissioned by the Jewish Arts Collaborative (JArts) and curated and produced by Now + There, this temporary art installation features an ambient multi-channel soundtrack and sculptures made of pieces reflective Read More…

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Weekly Top Reads: Recreational Marijuana Store Proposal, Bellissimo Wins Court Case, New North End Mural, Primary Election Results, St. Anthony’s Virtual Feast

This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured businesses, art, government, culture, and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from this past week. Recreational Cannabis Store Proposed For Faneuil Hall Marketplace; Public Meeting Sept. 17 A recreational marijuana retailer is applying for the location at 1 Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Quincy Market Read More…

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ABCD Neighborhood Service Center Meal Program Returns

The meal program is back! Many of you remember the monthly celebrations and weekly Friday meal. Unfortunately, during these unprecedented times caused by the pandemic, the ABCD North End/West End Neighborhood Service Center (NE/WE NSC) cannot have gatherings in the community room at this time, and is closely monitoring city and state guidelines on when it will Read More…

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Reader Poll: How Do You Feel About the Mandatory Flu Shot for Students?

Earlier this month, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced a public health mandate that requires nearly all students in the state to get a flu shot before the end of the calendar year. The goal behind this requirement, according to Baker, is to reduce flu-related illness while the nation continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic. Public Read More…

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ABCD Neighborhood Service Center Advisory Board Openings

The ABCD North End/West End Neighborhood Service Center (NE/WE NSC) has openings for new advisory board members. The center provides social services and educational services for those in need, which is primarily the elderly of the North End, West End, and Beacon Hill, along with families.  Duties include attending four 90-minute meetings a year (October, January, Read More…

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Weekly Top Reads: Anthony Martignetti Passes Away, I AM Books to Close, Remote Learning for BPS Students, Police Report, N. Washington St. Bridge Project

This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured people, businesses, schools, police, transportation, and more. Read more Anthony Martignetti Passes Away, Well Known For Prince Spaghetti Commercial In North End Anthony Martignetti, well known for his part in the famous Prince Spaghetti commercial, has passed away at age 63. It was 1969 when 12-year-old Martignetti filmed the Read More…

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Supermarket Shuttle Schedules for North End and West End / Beacon Hill

Here are the updated supermarket shuttle schedules for Star Market and Stop & Shop through the end of December 2020. Bus Stop LegendBS Blackstone, 33 Blossom St.AL Amy Lowell House, 65 Martha Rd.WP West End Place, 150 Staniford St.BH Beacon House, Joy St & Myrtle St.END Casa Maria, 130 Endicott St.HAN The Prado/Paul Revere Mall, Read More…

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Weekly Top Reads: Schools, Virtual Flight of the Angel, Rectory Conversion, Police Update, Zoning Board Nominees Rejected, Women’s Right to Vote Anniversary

This week’s top posts on NorthEndWaterfront.com featured schools, virtual celebrations, development, police, government, and more! Read on below to see the most popular articles from the past week. Boston Public Schools Plan For Reopening [COVID-19 Weekly Update] Boston Public Schools (BPS) have been carefully considering their options for reopening, and have ruled out in-person learning for Read More…

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Register to Vote by Aug. 22; Early Voting & Mail-In Ballots Available for 2020 Elections

The Massachusetts State Primary is Tuesday, September 1, 2020. This year, in addition to early voting, which allows for more flexibility in getting to the polls and less crowds at polling locations, individuals can also choose to vote-by-mail. Here are all the ways to make sure your vote counts on Election Day. Register to Vote! Read More…