Business Food & Drink

Boston Public Market Pop-Up Outdoor Market is Open!

*Sponsored Post* Boston Public Market (BPM)’s pop up Outdoor Market is open as the BPM strives to continue to be a resource for our community with fresh, local food and to support our small business vendors! Outdoor Market DetailsDays: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and SaturdayTime: 11AM – 3PMLocation: Outdoor Plaza (along Surface Road) at 100 Hanover Read More…

Event Notices Featured Food & Drink

4th Annual Harvest Party at the Boston Public Market

*Sponsored Post* Come share an evening with the Boston Public Market community at the 4th annual Harvest Party, Thursday October 24! *Sponsored Post* Contact us at info@northendwaterfront.com to have your event, business, non-profit or announcement featured in a Sponsored Post.

Featured Photos & Videos

Neighborhood Photo: Official Pumpkin of Boston

The Boston Public Market has unveiled its fifth annual official pumpkin of Boston. Weighing in at 1,300 pounds, the pumpkin has been coined the “Pumpking” and is accompanied by a 600-pound “Pumpqueen.” The pumpkins arrived via forklift on Monday morning. They are donated by Market vendor Red Apple Farm of Phillipston, MA, and their friends Read More…

Schools

Eliot School Students Learn About Local, Healthy Foods at the Boston Public Market

Fifth grade students from the Eliot School, located in Boston’s North End, recently took a field trip to the Boston Public Market to learn about local food pathways and cooking healthy meals. The students met with Boston Public Market chefs at the KITCHEN, a demonstration kitchen that highlights culinary experiences and local food production. The Read More…

Arts & Culture

Celebrating What Unites Us, the Latin America Edition

The September edition of Celebrating What Unites Us focused on Latin America and featured guest speaker Jose Jesus-Garcia Mota, the Latino Liaison from the Mayor’s Office Of Neighborhood Services. Mota spoke about his immigrant journey from Mexico City to the United States. Arriving in Boston in 2009, he first served at the Consulate General of Read More…

Announcements Business

thePACK Brings Jewelry to the Boston Public Market

A new vendor – thePACK – has joined the shops at the Boston Public Market, offering handmade artisan jewelry from Beverly, MA.  Located in the space across from Q’s Nuts, all pieces are made from 14k gold fill or sterling silver, some wrapped with semi precious stones. Designs and styles are meant to capture ethereal Read More…

Arts & Culture Food & Drink

Celebrating What Unites Us: Somalia Edition

There are few things in life more conducive to cultivating community and fostering a sense of peace and wholesomeness than sharing a meal together. The concept of Celebrating What Unites Us is to do exactly that while also expanding horizons and drawing attention to key issues such as connecting residents to food access. The monthly Read More…

Arts & Culture Event Notices

Celebrate What Unites Us: Ireland Edition

The July edition of Celebrate What Unites Us, a program that celebrates the immigrant experience, builds community and promotes cross-cultural understanding, will focus on Ireland. The event will take place on Thursday, July 25 beginning at 10:30 a.m. at the Armenian Heritage Park on the Greenway. Consulate General of Ireland Laoise Moore will give the welcome. Read More…

Announcements Food & Drink

St. Patrick’s Day at the Boston Public Market

In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, several vendors at the Boston Public Market are featuring festive specials! See below for a list of offerings. Irish Cream lattes from George Howell CoffeeIrish Cream donut from Union Square DonutsBeef Brisket from Chestnut Farms, with instructions on how to make corned beefIrish Soda Bread from Hi-Rise Bread Company Corned Beef and Cabbage take-home Read More…

Announcements Business Food & Drink

Hi-Rise Bread Company Opens at Boston Public Market

Hi-Rise Bread Company has joined the Boston Public Market as of this January, selling breads, muffins, scones cakes, cookies, jam and granola. They are planning to expand their menu to also include sandwiches, soups and salads. Hi-Rise is a family-owned and operated bakery and café that has been a community mainstay in Cambridge since 1996. In sharing Read More…

Community Featured

What’s The 311? Street Lights Out, Hole at Columbus Park and Rodent Droppings at Public Market

Welcome back to our weekly update that highlights some of the cases appearing on 311 in the North End/Waterfront neighborhoods. All 311 cases are public information and can be found at 311.boston.gov. Street Lights Out on Hanover and Commercial Street Corner “Both street lights at intersection of Hanover St. and Commercial St. in North End have been out Read More…

Daily Briefs

Thursday’s Brief: Harvest Party, Book Launch, Kids Craft, OSIA Swearing In

Things to know for Thursday Today is Thursday, October 25. Here’s a joke from local comedy writer Ben Alper: “Taco Bell is returning to Boston, opening a new restaurant on Summer Street. To celebrate the event, a Paul Revere impersonator will be on hand, shouting, “The chalupas are coming!” – Ben Alper.  Here’s what else Read More…