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Tuesday’s Brief: Encore Reopening Plans, Safe Streets Hearing, Eleven Urban Oddities for Your Next Walk

Today is Tuesday, May 12 and if you’ve been taking some time to get out for some exercise each day and walk the neighborhoods of Boston, here are eleven urban oddities to discover on your next walk, read more on Boston Magazine. Here’s what else you need to know for today… NEMPAC Faculty Interview & Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Restaurants Hoping to Expand Outdoors When Reopening, NEWNC & NEWRA Meeting with Elected Officials

Today is Monday, May 11 and even by Boston’s standards, life on Boston’s sidewalks has gotten quite frosty lately—low and behold the once Boston drivers have now become the Boston walkers, read more on The Boston Globe. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 7:00PM NEWNC & NEWRA Virtual Community Mtg. Join your Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Reopening Challenges, JetBlue Suspends Some Service, N. Street Grille Reopens, Celebrating What Unites Us, Food Insecurity and Cultural Competency Hearing, Open Mic Night

Today is Friday, May 8 and JetBlue, Logan’s largest airline carrier, may now be stopping service at 16 airports across the country where service demand is low, read more on Boston.com. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 10:00AM Celebrating What Unites Us! At-Home Cooking with Oldways. Join the Friends of the Armenian Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: Northern Ave Bridge Renderings, Canceled Meetings, Summer Feasts & Processions Canceled, Limoncello Opens

Today is Thursday, May 7 and here’s a joke from local comedian Ben Alper: “A Mass business owner plans to reopen her two family-run golf courses this week in defiance of the statewide ban on golfing implemented by Gov. Charlie Baker – or as she’s calling her act of civil disobedience: the chip shot heard Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: North End Teacher Surprised for Teacher Appreciation Day, F-15 Flyover this Afternoon, Speak for the Trees, Northern Ave. Bridge Project Presentation

Today is Wednesday, May 6 and this afternoon the 104th Fighter Wing in Westfield, MA will conduct a four-ship F-15 flyover across the state to support medical workers. The flyover will be making its rounds in Boston around 12:15PM, continue reading. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 3:00PM Speak for the Trees: Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: How to Celebrate a Socially-Distanced Mother’s Day, Community Preservation Act Hearing, Challenges of Reopening Neighboring States

Today is Tuesday, May 5 and with Mother’s Day coming up this weekend, Boston Magazine has pulled together a list of eight ways to celebrate a socially-distanced Mother’s Day in the city, continue reading. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 5:00PM Community Preservation Act Hearing. The City Council Committee on Community Preservation Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Mayor Walsh Shares Mask Tutorial, City Council Hearings on Coronavirus Relief Fund & Supporting Tenants, NEWNC Candidacy Announcements Due

Today is Monday, May 4 and since Gov. Baker recently announced a state-wide mandatory mask order to go into effect Wednesday, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh shared a video tutorial on how to make a face covering at home, read more on NBC Boston. Here’s what else you need to know for the week ahead… 9:00AM Read More…

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Weekend Brief: COVID-19 Crisis Changing the Restaurant Industry, Social Distance Dash to Support NEMPAC, Virtual Open Mic Night

Today is Friday, May 1 and if you’re still looking for alternative options for food supplies, Pepper Pantry just added a new option that connects local food suppliers with consumers so you have more options when looking for grocery deliveries, continue reading. Here’s what else you need to know for this weekend… Social Distance Dash Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: Boston Named Among Worst Places to Quarantine, Wharf District Council Meeting, Neighborhood Walks

Today is Thursday, April 30 and here’s a joke from local comedian Ben Alper: “Boston police arrested a man and charged him with breaking into a COVID-closed fitness club. He was also cited for bench-pressing without a spotter.” Here’s what else you need to know for today… 5:00PM Wharf District Council Meeting. The City of Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: North End Businesses Prepare for Financial Burdens of Shutdown Extension; TripAdvisor Closes Boston Office, Reduces Workforce by 25%

Today is Wednesday, April 29 and Needham-based travel company TripAdvisor, Inc. has reduced its workforce by 25 percent, closing its Boston and San Francisco satellite offices due to the coronavirus, read more on The Boston Globe. Here’s what else you need to know for today… Notable News: North End Businesses Brace For Financial Burdens From Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: Walsh Says Boston Will Not Reopen on May 4, City Launches Antibody Testing, Q&A with NEMPAC, First Steps, Transportation Benefits Hearing

Today is Tuesday, April 28 and as COVID-19 deaths in Massachusetts passes 3,000, Mayor Marty Walsh announced yesterday that the city of Boston will not reopen on May 4, when the current stay-at-home advisory is set to expire, read more on Boston 25. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 10:30AM Q&A with Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: State Still in Surge, Boston-based DraftKings goes Public, City Council Hearing on Resources for Veterans

Today is Monday, April 27 and last Friday Boston-based sports betting company DraftKings debuted on Wall Street despite the sports world being on pause due to the ongoing pandemic, read more on MassLive.com. Here’s what you need to know for the week ahead… 2:30PM City Council Hearing on Resources for Veterans. Members of the public Read More…