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Closed North End Storefronts Multiply as Seasons Change

It is the time of year when the tourist traffic starts to dwindle and neighborhood businesses often decide to make a change, remodel or even close the doors for good. North Ender Adam Castiglioni wandered the streets recently and noticed a growing number of closed storefronts. Here’s a recap. The Italian 7 art and gallery Read More…

Business Featured

Closing Liquidation Sale 50% Off at Cataldo Home & Baby Boutique

*Sponsored Post* WE’RE CLOSING Cataldo Home & Couture Baby Boutique 42 Prince Street will be closing their retail store December 31st. LIQUIDATION SALE 50%  OFF October 13th thru December 31st Clothing –Jewelry- Furniture-LightingHours: Thursday-Saturday 11:30-7:00 Sunday 12-6 Cataldo Interiors Inc. will continue business at their Saugus location. Please contact Jeanette Cataldo for more information: 781-231-0238 www.cataldointeriors.com design@cataldointeriors.com We would like to Read More…

Business Food & Drink

Winter Business Renovations, Closing and Coming Soon

Winter is often the time of year for business comings and goings in Boston’s North End. Over the past few weeks, we found some renovation signs up at Caffe Dello Sport and the Sail Loft. A notice also went up regarding the permanent closing of Orchard Skate Shop‘s North End location on Commercial Street. SALMAGUNDI hat shop on Salem Street fell Read More…

Community

Globe Recounts Culture Clash Surrounding North End’s Pinkberry Saga

Special! Special! Read all about it! Check out today’s front page story in the Boston Globe by Meghan Irons regarding the recent closing of Pinkberry on Hanover Street in Boston’s North End. Pinkberry never stood a chance in Boston’s Little Italy. As resistance mounted, its windows were smashed shortly before its opening, workers and residents Read More…

Business Food & Drink

Pinkberry Frozen Yogurt Shop Closes on Hanover Street

After 3 years on Hanover Street in Boston’s North End, Pinkberry has closed its doors. The frozen yogurt shop never seemed to gain traction on a street where gelato, cannoli and cappuccino reign supreme. As a franchise chain capitalizing on the popularity of “fro-yo,” Pinkberry’s debut and its signage were met with mixed reactions at the location Read More…