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Wednesday’s Brief: Last Day to Request Mail-in Ballot, North End COVID testing to Remain Throughout Winter

Today is Wednesday, October 28th and the North End/Waterfront (NEW) Health will continue to offer COVID-19 testing in the North End and Charlestown during the fall and winter months, continue reading. Here’s what else you need to know for today… Last Day to Request a Vote-By-Mail Ballot. All Massachusetts registered voters have received a vote-by-mail Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Sewer Samples Show COVID-19 Spike, FBI Investigating Ballot Box Arson, Night Stroll

Today is Monday, October 27 and federal authorities are investigating possible ballot box arson outside of the Boston Public Library downtown after a fire was set around 4 a.m. Sunday morning, read more on Boston.com. Here’s what else you need to know for the week ahead… Notable News: New sewer samples from the Boston area Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Boston Public Schools Shift to All Remote Learning, Cobblestone Cafe Closes, Last Day to Register to Vote

Today is Friday, October 23 and Cobblestone Cafe on Hanover Street has closed according to a post on their Facebook page. Cobblestone Cafe first opened in 2013, taking over the space that had been home to Hot Tomatoes Express. Read more from Boston Restaurant Talk. We are incredibly sad to announce that Saturday (9/26) will Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Boston Ranked 13th ‘Rattiest’ City, Local Restaurants go into Hibernation, Celebrate What Unites Us, USS Constitution Birthday 21-Gun Salute

Today is Wednesday, October 21 and according to a new report, Boston’s booming rat population has landed it ranked as the 13th “rattiest” city in America as officials predict the situation will only get worse, read more on Boston.com. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 10:00AM Celebrate What Unites Us: Mexican Heritage. Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Early Voting Underway, Understanding Ballot Questions, NEMPAC Music Theatre Workshop

Today is Monday, October 19 and early voting is currently underway in the state of Massachusetts. This past weekend, hundreds of Boston residents took to the polls at Fenway Park. If you didn’t get to Fenway, don’t worry! There are twenty-one early voting locations in the City and 17 ballot dropboxes, just some of the Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Walsh Warns Against House Parties During COVID Uptick, NEMPAC Open Mic Night, BPL Virtual Film Club

Today is Friday, October 16 and Mayor Marty Walsh warns against house parties during the current COVID-19 uptick saying, “We are gonna be cracking down,” read more on CBS Boston. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 6:00PM NEMPAC Open Mic Night – Halloween Theme! North End Music & Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Baker Unveils $171M Plan as Eviction Ban Set to Expire, Another Regina’s Location Closes, Iconic Views

Today is Wednesday, October 14 and sources say another Pizzeria Regina location, this one in Kingston, has closed and is no longer listed on the company’s operating locations on their website. This is the second location to close in just a few months following their Allston closing in July, read more on NBCBoston.com. Here’s what Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Columbus Day, Restauranteur Frank DePasquale’s Passion for Italian Food and the North End as the “Best Neighborhood”

Today is Monday, October 12 – Columbus Day, a national holiday commemorating the anniversary of Christopher Columbus’ arrival in the Americas on October 12, 1492. Columbus was an Italian explorer and colonizer on behalf of Spain, who set sail across the Atlantic Ocean in search of a faster route to the Far East only to land at the New World. His first Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Boston Public Schools Delay Return of In Person Learning, Revere in Perspective, Climate Change & Community Planning

Today is Friday, October 9 and heading into Columbus Day weekend, the Italian American Alliance is ‘surprised’ over plans for the Christopher Columbus statue, read more on Boston.com. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 3:30PM Revere in Perspective: Artistry, Labor, and Luxury – Roundtable Discussion. The North End’s Paul Revere Memorial Association Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Red & Orange Line Trains Delayed Until 2024, Celebrate What Unites Us, Old North Speaker Series

Today is Wednesday, October 7 and if you’re looking to explore New England’s dining scene this fall, be sure to start with these hidden gems, read more on Boston Magazine. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 10:00AM Celebrate What Unites Us: Native American Cuisine. Join Chef Sean Sherman, member of the Oglala Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Step 2 of Phase 3 Reopening Begins Today, Overnight Work on Cross Street, Reopening of Universities & Colleges Hearing, NEWNC Meeting

Today is Monday, October 5 and starting today through this Thursday, Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) will be conducting overnight work to trench across the I-93 northbound off-ramp at exit 23 and across Cross St. between Fulton St. and North St. in Boston, continue reading. Here’s what else you need to know for the week Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Coffee Hour with Councilor Edwards, Nuestras Raíces, Salt Bae Reopens

Today is Friday, October 2 and social media sensation Salt Bae’s restaurant has reopened in the Back Bay following its shutdown earlier this week for COVID violations after another viral video surfaced on social media, read more on Boston.com. Here’s what else you need to know for today… From the Community: St. Leonard’s Parish Thanks Read More…