Community Daily Briefs

Weekend Guide: Dirty North Street, Quattro Bargain, Mayor Jackson?

Things to know for the Weekend! Notable articles from around the news: ‘I want to become the 55th mayor of the City of Boston’ Well, it’s official, Tito Jackson will be throwing his hat into the mayoral race to challenge incumbent Marty Walsh this coming fall.  The Boston Globe has more on Tito’s quest to become the 55th Mayor Read More…

Community Daily Briefs Meetings

Thursday’s Briefing: NEWRA Meeting, NBSS Carpentry, Snow Shoveling for Seniors?

Things you should know for Thursday! NEWRA holding the Community Calendar:  Thursday, January 12 7:00pm NEWRA Monthly Meeting – Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet St.  View the agenda, more information at, www.newra.org. North Bennet Street School hard at work:  View this post on Instagram Today Preservation Carpentry students assembled the back wall of the gallery using square rule to Read More…

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Wednesday Briefing: Magical Mystery Building, NEMPAC Concert, Mike’s Pastry in Somerville

Things to know for Wednesday, January 11, 2017 Plan your schedule with the Community Calendar:  Wednesday, January 11 2:00pm Beacon Hill Village Presentation at One Beacon Street, 23rd Floor. “Home Modifications & Reorganizing for Accessibility” presentation, by Deborah Pierce, architect and author, hosted by Beacon Hill Village. The event is free. R.S.V.P by visiting www.beaconhillvillage.org to register online (registration is required). Read More…

Community Daily Briefs Meetings

Monday’s Guide: NEWNC Meeting, Snowy Photos, Life in the North End!

Things you should know for Monday, January 9, 2017! Plan your events with the Community Calendar:  Monday, January 9 7:00pm NEWNC Monthly Meeting. Located at the Nazzaro Center, 30 N. Bennet Street, this monthly meeting is open to the public and will cover various neighborhood reports, a nursing home update, and information from climate ready Boston, view the agenda. Read More…

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Friday Briefing: Sfizi Renovations, O’Rourke Retirement

Things to know for today and the weekend!  To feed your appetite for articles: Sfizi in Boston’s North End Has Closed for Renovations; Will Reopen as a New Concept Sfizi, the Italian and Mediterranean restaurant that features small plates has closed for renovations, and it looks like restauranteur Frank DePasquale will reopen with a new concept. Boston Restaurant Read More…

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Thursday Brief: Spring Weather, Public Safety Meeting, Less Parking Congestion?

Things to know for Thursday, December 5th! Events for today, courtesy of the Community Calendar:  10:00am Gov’t Center Tree Removal Hearing at 1010 Massachusetts Avenue. In accordance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 87, the Boston Parks and Recreation Department will hold a public hearing on a request to remove nine public shade trees in the vicinity of 50 New Read More…

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Wednesday: Hotel Meeting, Lulu’s Comfort Food, One Way-Up?

Things to know for Wednesday Plan your events with the Community Calendar:  Wednesday, January 4 6:30pm 88 N. Washington St. Hotel Public Meeting at Eliot School, 585 Commercial Street. LIMAC LLC proposes to develop a new 36,013 gsf hotel structure consisting of a ground floor lobby, a mezzanine level and 12 levels of guest-rooms totaling 68 keys. 6:30pm Read More…

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Monday: Early Sunrise, Several Meetings This Week, Boston’s Home Value

Welcome to 2017 – What you should know for Monday! Plan ahead for Tuesday and Wednesday: Tuesday, January 3 7:00pm Parks and Open Spaces Committee Meeting at Mariner’s House, 11 North Square. NEWRA’s Parks and Open Spaces Committee meets the first Tuesday of the month, all are welcome! 7:00pm Zoning, Licensing & Construction Committee Meeting at Read More…

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New Year’s Weekend: First Night Details, #FlashbackFriday, Marijuana Delayed, Self-Driving Cars

Things to Know for the Transition Weekend into 2017! Plan your New Year’s celebration: Saturday, December 31 1:00pm Waterfront New Year’s Eve Sculpture Stroll & Activities. Fourth Annual Waterfront New Year’s Eve Sculpture Stroll, a list of free activities have been announced, along with sites that include either ice sculptures or a variety of free refreshments and activities, more Read More…

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Wednesday: Harbor Garage Open Space, Puzzle Throwback, Running Weather?

Things to Know for Wednesday, December 28, 2016:  A few articles to bring to your attention: For harbor garage project, space is the current frontier After the Boston Planning & Development Agency sifted through hundreds of community comment letters, the city may require Don Chiofaro’s harbor garage project to feature more open space on the site. Read More…

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For the Weekend: Christmas Photos Circa 1974, O’Rourke to Retire, Seaport Tower Gets State OK

Whats up for the weekend? Find out below: Take a look at a few articles: Police official at front lines of Marathon bombings, Occupy protests is putting away the badge Boston Police Superintendent Bernard O’Rourke, will be retiring in January after 39 years with the department. Described as a “calm, pragmatic, no-nonsense leader,” O’Rourke served Read More…

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Thursday: Movie Night, City Hall Barriers, Acoustic on Main Expansion

What you need to know for Thursday: Movie Night, starting at 6 o’clock! 6:00pm Nazzaro Movie Night at 30 N. Bennet Street.  Movie Night at the Nazzaro gym, curtain goes up at 6:30pm. It is free to all and pizza and popcorn will be provided. It is a perfect space for kids to lie out on Read More…