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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…

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Weekend Brief: Researchers Estimate 2,300 Undetected Early COVID-19 Cases, NEMPAC Open Mic Night, 105th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide

Today is Friday, April 24 and Mayor Walsh warns the shutdowns could last several more weeks in Boston after the surge of cases and COVID-19 related deaths continues, read more on the Boston Herald. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 6:00PM NEMPAC Open Mic Night. North End Music & Performing Arts Center Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: High Schools Working on Alternative Graduation Ceremonies, NEMPAC Piano Techniques, City Council Hearing on COVID-19 Recovery

Today is Thursday, April 23 and here’s a joke from local comedian Ben Alper: “The Patriots unveiled their new-look uniforms for the 2020 season. They also announced new helmets with N95 face masks.” Here’s what else you need to know for today… 10:00AM NEMPAC Piano Voicings & Techniques. Join NEMPAC piano, guitar, ukulele and drum Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Pauli’s Lobster Roll Kits, Swan Boat Opening Delayed, Virtual Harbor Use Public Forum, City Council Hearing on Ventilator Guidelines

Today is Wednesday, April 22 and business was booming yesterday for Pauli’s in the North End when they sold out of their lobster roll kits in just a few hours after being featured on Good Morning America’s steals and deals, read more on WCVB.com. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 8:30AM Virtual Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: In-Person Classes May Not Resume This School Year, Boston Celebs Support Relief Fund, NEMPAC Singing Workshop, City Council Hearing on COVID-19 Social Impact

Today is Tuesday, April 21 and several Boston celebrities—Amy Poehler, Ken Casey, Julian Edelman, and more—are joining together to show their support for the Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund, read more on Boston Magazine. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 10:00AM NEMPAC Virtual Programming: Singing Workshop. Heather Gallagher takes you through a fun-filled Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Patriots Day, City Trucks with COVID-19 Messages, Remembering Bobby D

Today is Monday, April 20 – Patriots Day. The Paul Revere House and the Old North Church & Historic Site, two North End sites that played pivotal roles in Paul Revere’s midnight ride 245 years ago, will commemorate Patriots’ Day a bit differently this year. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these sites will celebrate virtually Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Potential Snowfall, Still Safe to Run?, Public Hearing on Rent Relief, NEMPAC Open Mic Night

Today is Friday, April 17 and Boston could potentially see it’s latest snowfall in the season since the 1990s tonight. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 1:00PM Public Hearing on rent relief for commercial and residential tenants in City and BPDA owned properties. Members of the public are cordially invited to view and Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: Coronavirus Cases Breakdown by City/Town, NEMPAC Virtual Instrument Classes, Neighborhood Beauty

Today is Thursday, April 16 and here’s a joke from local comedian Ben Alper: Massachusetts is joining a group of 6 northeast states in a coordinated effort to slowly re-open each state’s economies. In a show of goodwill, Gov. Charlie Baker has temporarily banned the phrase, “Yankees suck.” Here’s what else you need to know Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: One Boston Day, Some Schools Canceling April Vacation, Signs of Spring

Today is Wednesday, April 15 – the sixth annual One Boston Day marking the seventh anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings. One Boston Day is a day that encourages random acts of kindness and spreading goodwill. This year, One Boston Day will look a bit different as the City continues to battle the coronavirus pandemic. There will Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: Massachusetts Joins Multistate Pact, First Steps – Early Childhood Dance Class, NEMPAC Virtual Yoga, Healthcare Workers Surprised with Lifetime Red Sox Tickets

Today is Tuesday, April 14 and Governor Charlier Baker has announced Massachusetts is now part of a multistate pact on a post-coronavirus economy. Read more on the Boston Globe. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 10:30AM First Steps – Early Childhood Dance Class – Online Drop In. It’s never too early to Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Former Bruins Player Colby Cave Dies at 25, Speak for the Trees, South End now has Most COVID-19 Cases

Today is Monday, April 13 and former Boston Bruins player Colby Cave passed away at the age of 25 on Saturday after being placed in a medically induced coma earlier last week following brain surgery, read more on Boston.com. Here’s what else you need to know for the week ahead… 3:30PM Speak for the Trees: Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Good Friday, NEMPAC Open Mic Night, Faneuil Hall Reverses Rent Decision, Wicked High Tides

Today is Friday, April 10 and some throughout the state are asking, “If liquor stores are essential, why aren’t marijuana dispensaries?” As a result, five licensed marijuana dispensaries and one veteran cannabis user filed a lawsuit alleging a breach of the equal protection clause, read more on Boston Magazine. Here’s what else you need to Read More…