Daily Briefs

Tuesday’s Brief: Disney Shorts, BPM Annual Open House, Wharf District Council Meeting, Magnolia Bakery Coming this Spring

Things to know for Tuesday Today is Tuesday, March 20 and even though we’re expecting yet another storm this week, spring is right around the corner…I hope. The Friends of Christopher Columbus Park are preparing anyway and are looking for people interested in maintaining the roses and gardens in the park, see additional details here. Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: Storm Updates, Cancelled Meetings and Events, Seaport Land Developers

Things to know for Tuesday Today is Tuesday, March 13 and the snow is here. Unless you want your car towed, be sure you’re up to date with all of the latest parking information. Read more about how some garages are offering discounted parking throughout the storm.  Here’s what else you need to know for Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: NEWNC Meeting, Another Nor’easter, Andrew Zimmern’s Favorite North End Deli

Things to know for Monday Today is Monday, March 12 and yet another Nor’easter is on its way. Here’s everything you need to know about preparing for this week’s storm.  Here’s what else you need to know for the week ahead… 7:00PM NEWNC Monthly Meeting. Join the North End / Waterfront Neighborhood Council for their Read More…

Kids & Families Schools

Eliot School Students Participate in Seasonal Cooking & Eating Program at the KITCHEN

Fifth graders from the Eliot School spent the past semester in the Seasonal Cooking and Eating Program – a culinary, curriculum-based program The Trustees has been piloting in the KITCHEN at the Boston Public Market. The pilot program, launched by Program Director Lieza Dagher and sponsored by the Reebok Foundation, includes four immersive half-day visits by the Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Kids Block Party, Paul Revere House Tour, Friday Film Series, Public Market Demonstration

Things to know for Friday Today is Friday, February 23 and the weekend is officially here! While it may not be as warm as it was earlier this week, that doesn’t mean you need to spend the weekend on the couch! Here are 10 things to do around the city this weekend.  Here’s what else Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Patio Weather, Modern Gefilte Fish, Hansel & Gretel, Colonial Kids Corner, Salt Art and Free Movie Night

Things to know for Wednesday Today is Wednesday, April 21…I mean February 21. Spring weather is here, at least for today, and Boston’s patio restaurants are taking full advantage! Check out the running list of restaurants’ around the city with warm-weather plans for this week. Here’s what else you need to know for Wednesday… 12:30PM Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Presidents’ Day, Boston Public Market Demonstrations, Free Movie Night

Things to know for Monday Today is Monday, February 19 – Presidents’ Day! Don’t let celebrating our founding fathers slow down your day. Be sure to check out the list of what’s open, what’s closed, hours of banks, shopping, government, travel and more.  Here’s what else you need to know for Monday… 12:00PM Fresh & Read More…

Announcements Event Notices

Boston Public Market to Host Valentine CR[EAT]OR Market

Love local this Valentine’s Day! Visit artisan pop-ups alongside BPM’s year-round vendors for specialty food, jewelry, skincare products, and treats for your loved ones. Your one-stop shop for groceries AND gifts! Saturday, February 10 | 8AM-8PM Designs by Anke | Handmade sterling silver jewelry Pocasset Naturals | All natural bath and body care products Sweet Teez Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Friday Film Series, Tunnel of Love, Best Places for Peace and Quiet

Things to know for Friday Today is Friday, February 9 and the 2018 Winter Olympic Games are officially here. If tonight’s opening ceremony doesn’t have you excited, swing by the North End Rink to try you hand at this famous Olympic sport.  As you may already know, NorthEndWaterfront.com is here to keep you informed and involved Read More…

Announcements

Food Trivia Nights at the Boston Public Market

Join us in the HUB at the Boston Public Market every Wednesday this month to put your food knowledge to the test. No sign-up necessary – just bring yourself, your friends, and an appetite to win! Beer and wine will be available for purchase at our Sip&Shop bar. GRAND PRIZE: a Boston Public Market gift Read More…

Food & Drink

Holiday Shopping at the Boston Public Market

*Sponsored Post* Happy Holidays from Boston Public Market, your neighborhood one-stop shop for holiday food, ingredients and GIFTS! BPM has Christmas trees, decorations, pies, gift baskets, cheese plates and wine. Click here for your Holiday Cheat Sheet. [hr] *Sponsored Post* Contact us at info@northendwaterfront.com to have your event, business, non-profit or announcement featured in a Sponsored Post.

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Monday’s Brief: Halloween Events, Printing Press and Big Pumpkins

Plan your events with the Community Calendar: Tuesday, October 31: 2:00PM ROC Teen Saturday Haunted Halloween Carnival. The 12th Annual Recovery Outreach Community (ROC) will take place at the Nazzaro community center and will feature rides, a bounce house, super slides, food, drinks, pumpkins and more, view the full event listing here. 5:30PM NEMPAC’s 12th Read More…