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Monday’s Brief: Chiefs Win Super Bowl, Spring on the Way, Meritage Restaurant Closing

Today is Monday, February 3… Punxsutawney Phil brought good news on Groundhog Day — The forecasting groundhog did NOT see his shadow. Spring is on the way! See more about the weather-predicting rodent. Congrats to the Kansas City Chiefs for winning Super Bowl LIV 31-20 over the San Francisco 49ers! What did you like the Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Luxury Condos Planned Along Greenway, How Fires End, The Snow Leopard Project

Today is Friday, November 15 and here are 10 things to do around the city this weekend. Here’s what else you need to know for this weekend… 6:00PM Marco Rafala: How Fires End (author talk). Stop by I AM Books at 198 North Street to hear from Marco Rafalà a first-generation Sicilian American novelist, musician, Read More…

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Weekend Guide: Madonna Della Cava Feast, Crosstown in North Square, Casablanca, Photography Workshop and More!

Your Go-To Guide for This Weekend: It’s an August weekend in the North End — time for a Feast! View this post on Instagram Festivities in the North End 🇮🇹 For some reason, I've always lived in the Italian district in both Philly + Boston. I think it's a sign that I just love food ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Read More…

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Thursday’s Guide: Residents Meeting, NEAD Fundraiser at Joi, Kids’ Arts & Crafts, TSA Recruiting and More!

Everything You Need to Know for Thursday! Events on Thursday, August 10th: 10:00am Kids Artist in Residence Workshop at Christopher Columbus Park. The Boston Parks and Recreation Department’s annual ParkARTS program, sponsored by Holly and David Bruce, is pleased to announce the return of its series of children’s arts workshops. Participation is free but young children Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: “Grease” is the Word at the Gassy, Coloring in the Courtyard, Croquet, Journalist Michelle McPhee

Here’s Your Guide to Wednesday! Events on Wednesday, August 9th: 3:00pm Coloring in the Courtyard at North End Library. Discover the therapeutic benefits of coloring! Relax, reduce stress, and leave feeling restored. Coloring books and supplies will be provided, but participants are welcome to bring their own materials from home. Located at 25 Parmenter Street. 5:30pm Croquet on Read More…

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Friday’s Brief: Concert Series, Cheaper by the Dozen, Oysters Guide, the North End Frank, Photo Quiz!

What You Should Know for Friday! Friday, July 21st 10:30am Last Chance to Board the Italian Tall Ship Amergio Vespucci! This Italian navy training ship will be docked at World Trade Center Pier in the Seaport through Saturday, July 22nd. Friday’s public boarding times are 10:30am – 12:00pm and 3:30pm – 5:30pm. 6:00pm Friday Afternoon Concert Series. Fridays Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: Mah Jongg, NEAD Arts & Crafts, NEMPAC Summer Concert, African American Heritage Talk, Paul Pierce Returns to Boston

Things to Know for Thursday! Events for Thursday, July 20th 10:00am Mah Jongg Drop-in at the North End Library. Friends of the North End Library invite you to drop in anytime between 10am and 2pm for Mah Jongg games at 25 Parmenter Street. 11:00am Italian Tall Ship Amergio Vespucci Public Viewing. This Italian navy training ship will Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Amergio Vespucci Viewing, Movie Night, Tea & Tranquility, Tent City Building Sold, Boston High Line?

Everything You Should Know for Wednesday! Events for Wednesday, July 19th 3:30pm Italian Tall Ship Amergio Vespucci Public Viewing. This Italian navy training ship will be docked at World Trade Center Pier in the Seaport through Saturday, July 22nd. Board the ship Wednesday from 3:30pm – 4:30pm. 5:00pm Tea and Tranquility. Walk the labyrinth at the Armenian Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Actors Dine, Fourth Festivities, Bootcamp

View this post on Instagram Stayed close to the hood tonight instead of venturing all the way to the river for the #fireworks in #boston and I'm glad I did. I found them really lack luster this year and a super fast disappointing finale. #july4th #4thofjuly A post shared by Jeff Tamagini Tamagini Leather (@tamaginileather) Read More…

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July 4th Briefing: Parade, Fireworks, Keytar Bear, AirBnb Opposition, Traffic Signal Changes

What you should know for Tuesday! Events for Tuesday, July 4th: 9:00 AM Parade – North End Marching Band Leading Off at City Hall Plaza. Boston’s Annual Fourth of July Parade will begin at 9 a.m. on Tuesday. An estimated 500 participants will march from Boston City Hall and then: turn left onto Cambridge Street continue onto Read More…

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Monday’s Briefing: Harborfest, What to Know For the 4th, More MBTA Wifi on Hold, Garden Walks

What you should know for Monday! Events for Monday, July 3rd: All Day Boston Harborfest on the Waterfront. With hundreds of activities over Independence Day weekend at Boston’s best landmarks, this family-friendly event is the country’s largest Fourth of July festival. Activities include the annual opening ceremony at Faneuil Hall, historical reenactments, Freedom Trail walks, boat tours, Read More…

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Monday’s Briefing: Red-Tailed Hawk, Neighborhood-Based Liquor Licenses, Record Temperatures

Your Monday Briefing: Neighborhood Photo: A Red-Tailed Hawk! Notable News Articles: City pressing state for more neighborhood-based liquor licenses City officials are pressing state lawmakers to add dozens more liquor licenses in Boston that would be designated for the city’s less affluent communities. State Representative Aaron Michlewitz says that officials are hoping to give other Read More…