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Notable News Found Elsewhere: Callahan Tunnel, Improv Asylum Expansion, Terramia Makes the List and More!

Some of you might not be the biggest fans of the Callahan Tunnel construction project but officials are optimistic that it could have lasting positive effects on traffic getting to Eastie and Logan Airport. See where Boston City Councilor Sal LaMattina has his sights set on pertaining to Boston economic development. American history brings us to Read More…

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Notable North End News Found Elsewhere Brings Haymarket Violence, Mike’s Pastry Plans and Flood Zone Maps

Haven’t made it over to the Faneuil Hall Marketplace in a while? See the proposal to make the marketplace more appealing to Bostonians. Mike’s Pastry looks to expand to Harvard Square and the North Bennet Street School continues to utilize their skills in the community. If those didn’t hit close enough to home, see the video Read More…

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Notable North End News Found Elsewhere Brings Inaugural Copp’s Hill, Roseann Update, Waterfront Gentrification and More

The new year often brings new motivation for some, for others it brings second chances and hope. See how well a survivor of the Boston Marathon is doing, her progress and upcoming plans for this year. Read about our own Copp’s Hill in the Mayor’s speech and hear about the future of the Waterfront.  North Read More…

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North End News Found Elsewhere Brings DiMasi Efforts, No Park Smoking, More Liquor Licenses and Rising Tide Grants

The new year will welcome a snow storm calling for around a foot of snow. While you may be snowed in, or marching through the snow, catch up on whats been going on around the city over the last week or so.  Chiofaro donates retail space in Boston Harbor Garage to nonprofit (BBJ slide show) Read More…

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North End News Found Elsewhere: British Library Images, Garden Project Appeal, Murder Update and the Little Things

Believe it or not, there has been more going on in the City besides it just another snow storm. An appeal has been submitted to Mayor Thomas Menino about the towers planned to go off of Causeway Street. A Christmas Carol came to the North End in a unique way. Hear the amazing story behind Read More…

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North End News Found Elsewhere Brings Updates and Developments From All Facets

There is a lot going on here, but slow down because these articles are worth the time. See the latest casino updates from some of the elected officials who know it best. More restaurant attention in the North End with Vito’s Tavern and Ward 8. Don’t miss the latest developments on the Waterfront, Quincy Market, the North Read More…

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North End News Found Elsewhere: Ward 8, Quattro Pizza and Businesses Prepare for the Holiday Rush

Thanksgiving was a week ago and less than three weeks until Christmas puts this Holiday season at a dead sprint. If you’re done digesting last weeks dinner, take a look at the review about Quattro on Hanover Street. If you haven’t heard about the newly opened Ward 8, take a look at some of their recipes and Read More…

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Notable News Found Elsewhere: Pixability Moves to North End, One Canal Breaks Ground, Smoking Bans in Parks and Greenway Updates

Whether you’re traveling for the holiday or have some downtime around the house, take a few minutes and catch up on the neighborhood buzz! Read about a new business coming to the North End, how Boston is set to ban smoking in all city parks, the Greenway’s progress and a new $190 million tower being Read More…

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North End News Found Elsewhere: A Real Heel, Goody Glover Day, Government Center Garage and North End Cannoli

This week, we found links including the latest North End cannoli contest, updates on the Government Center Garage redevelopment and a restaurant on Hanover Street rising in the ranks. Whether you stop in at Goody Glover’s for a round or to help track down the yoga shoe thief, be sure to take a few minutes and Read More…

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North End News Found Elsewhere: Parking, Bike Lanes, Improv, Gentrification, Library and Red Tape

This week, we found some links to the best ways to park in the neighborhood, a “day in the life” at the Improv and an alternative perspective on bike lanes. Also, a Wall Street Journal article highlights the “gentrifying” statistics behind the housing market boom in Boston from 2000 to 2007. The Living Room chimes Read More…

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Notable News Found Elsewhere: Lovejoy Wharf, Freedom Trail App & Climate Change

Check out these great articles dealing with issues and plans throughout the City of Boston, such as the revised plans for Lovejoy Wharf, solar charging seats on the Greenway and lots of climate change related updates. Lastly, do you remember The European? Lovejoy Wharf Details Leave Out One Thing Here are new renderings of Lovejoy Read More…

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Notable News Found Elsewhere: Garden Tax Breaks, New Flood Maps and Panera at Purple Shamrock

Here are some interesting news stories around the neighborhood that we found recently on other sites. In case you haven’t heard – the Boston Red Sox won the 2013 World Series. For anything you may have missed around the news world – be sure to catch all the action right here! Developers want tax breaks at the Read More…