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Wednesday’s Brief: Passover at Sundown, One in Three Homeless Tests Positive, Friends from a Distance

Today is Wednesday, April 8 and David Ortiz once again has a message for the city of Boston during these difficult times “We have been down before, but we know how to bounce back”, read more on Masslive.com. Here’s what else you need to know for today… Passover begins at sundown on Wednesday, April 8, Read More…

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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…

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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…

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Weekend Brief: Kraft Brings Millions of Masks to Boston on Patriots Plane, NEMPAC Virtual Open Mic Night, Coronavirus Expected to Surge in April

Today is Friday, April 3 and yesterday the Patriots plane returned to Boston from China carrying 1.7 million N95 masks that Robert Kraft purchased for help hospitals battling the shortage of personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 outbreak, read more on NBC Boston. Here’s what else you need to know for today… POSTPONED: Books in Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: Single 24/7 Restaurant Left, Canceled Events, Paul Revere Riding From a Distance

Today is Thursday, April 2 and here’s a joke from local comedian Ben Alper: “Boston Mayor Walsh has ordered city workers to apply zip ties to basketball hoops in city parks in an attempt to dissuade players. In a related story, an overexuberant player broke both arms while attempting a slam dunk.” Here’s what else Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Architect Behind City Hall Design Passes From COVID-19, Boston Calling Canceled, Scenes From an Empty Boston

Today is Wednesday, April 1 and while it may be April Fools Day, it’s no joke that the Boston Calling Music Festival scheduled for late May has officially been canceled due to the ongoing pandemic, read more on BostonCalling.com. Here’s what else you need to know for today… Tony Demarco Win World’s Welterweight Title. On Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: Women in the Workforce Event, Union Wharf Architecture, Off Their Plate Feeds Healthcare Workers, Recognizing the Goose

Today is Tuesday, March 31 and The Massachusetts Health Council is running a COVID-19 video contest for middle and high school students in Massachusetts as a positive way for students can keep busy during this pandemic, continue reading. Superb Grocery Service in North End During Virus Crisis We are living in a challenging time and Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Boston-Area Grocery Guide for Safe Shopping, Canceled Events, Preferred Quarantine Station

Today is Monday, March 30 and here’s a joke from local comedian Ben Alper: “Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced suspension of parking tickets or towing for street cleaning. Also, street cleaners have been ordered to slow down and continuously sing ‘Happy Birthday’ twice.” Here’s what else you need to know for the week ahead… 6:00PM Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: Baker Extends School Closures to May 4, NEMPAC Live Community Classes & Virtual Sing Along, Turkeys Taking Over the Neighborhood

Today is Thursday, March 26, and if you’re like many people who have recently found themselves navigating the work from home life, you may be able to related to The Boston Globe‘s profile on the 12 most annoying co-workers you face on Zoom, read more here. Here’s what else you need to know for today… Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Manhole Explosions Near MGH, Students Struggle to Stay Connected, Quiet Moments

Today is Wednesday, March 25, and yesterday afternoon two manholes exploded on Charles Street, apparently caused by an electrical failure underground. No injuries were reported. Read more at Boston25News. Here’s what else you need to know for today… Notable News: Still waiting for laptops, some Boston students struggle to stay connected to teachers, school In Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: Emergency Order Goes Into Effect Today, Speak for the Trees Online Event, NEMPAC Live Instagram Theatre Class, Which Businesses Will Remain Open?

Today is Tuesday, March 24 and starting today at noon Governor Baker’s emergency order goes into effect requiring all non-essential businesses to close and the Department of Public Health has issued a two-week stay-at-home advisory, read more here. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 10:30AM NEMPAC Live Instagram Community Classes: Family Theatre Read More…