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Tuesday’s Brief: Caffè Ducali to Open in North End, Water Main Work Heads to Battery Street, Friends of Christopher Columbus Park Meeting

Today is Tuesday, July 14 and Boston Water and Sewer Commission reports that work is expected to start on Battery St. this week, in addition to the work outlined in their July update. The project aims to improve water mains and sewer lines around the neighborhood, see additional details here. Notable News: Caffè Ducali to Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Encore Reopens to Public, Fitness Studios Open, Some Remain Closed, HIIT by Healthworks, Neighborhood Council Meeting

Today is Monday, July 13 and while some fitness studios are allowed to open today as Phase 3 begins, several are continuing to remain closed given restrictions, read more on Boston.com. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 5:30PM HIIT by Healthworks. Mondays in July and August, join Healthworks for HIIT fitness classes, Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: Harvard & MIT Sue Immigration Authorities, Hearing on College & University Reopening Plans, BPL Virtual Film Discussion

Today is Thursday, July 9 and here’s a joke from local comedy writer Ben Alper: “New England Aquarium plans to reopen on July 16 with new safety measures. Employees are still arguing over who will fit the shark with a mask.” Here’s what else you need to know for today… 1:00PM Hearing on the Status of Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: New England Aquarium Reopening, Celebrating What Unites Us, MBTA Ranks Low for Coronavirus Preparedness

Today is Wednesday, July 8 and the New England Aquarium has announced its reopening plan for next week. Visitors will be welcomed back on Thursday, July 16th. The aquarium experience will be a bit different with increased sanitation, social distancing, reduced capacity, and timed ticket entries, read more here. Here’s what else you need to Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: Marriott Long Wharf Reopens, Virtual Boston Marathon Registration Opens

Today is Tuesday, July 7 and the Marriott Long Wharf reopens today for the first time since the pandemic started. The hotel was one of the first super spreader cases linked to a Biogen conference in February, read more here. Notable News Boston Marathon Registration for Virtual Race Opens Registration to participate in the Boston Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Fourth of July Illegal Fireworks, Week of Violence in Boston

Today is Monday, July 6 and Boston experienced an explosive holiday weekend with many illegal fireworks being set off across the City, read more here. Notable News Boston Experiences Week of Violence Last week, multiple incidents of shootings, stabbings, and homicides were reported in a week of violence for the City of Boston, read more Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Phase 3 Reopening to Begin Monday, 10 Things to do this 4th of July Weekend, Virtual Celebrations

Today is Friday, July 3 and while Boston may not be hosting the type of 4th of July celebration it’s seen in years past, Boston.com has pulled together a list of 10 things to do around the city this holiday weekend, read more here. Here’s what you need to know for this holiday weekend… Notable Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Zero Coronavirus Deaths for First Time in Months, Park Square Statue to be Removed, N. Washington St. Bridge Meeting, Paul Revere Virtual Forum

Today is Wednesday, July 1 and for the first time since March there were no coronavirus deaths throughout the state yesterday, read more on The Boston Globe. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 6:30PM Public Meeting: Shift to Temporary N. Washington St. Bridge. The North Washington Street Bridge will be entering a Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: Containing Coronavirus, Expanding Public Space, N. Washington St. Bridge Meeting

Today is Tuesday, June 30th and according to one model the state of Massachusetts is among only 4 states on track to containing the coronavirus, read more. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 6:30PM Public Meeting: Shift to Temporary N. Washington St. Bridge. The North Washington Street Bridge will be entering a Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Celebrating What Unites Us, Greenway Carousel Reopens, Labyrinth Walking

What’s Open and Closed in Massachusetts? Still wondering what may be open and what may still be closed as phase 2 of the state’s reopening plan continues? Check out a full business reopening status update on NBC Boston. Today is Friday, June 26 and here’s a joke from local comedy writer Ben Alper: “The Boston Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: Tax-Free Day Moved to August, BU Gives PhD Students Tough Decision, The Mechanic, Ask An Expert

Today is Thursday, June 25 and Governor Charlie Baker announced this year’s state-wide tax-free day will take place later this summer on August 29th, read more on Boston.com. Here’s what else you need to know for today… 12:30PM A Conversation with Author Ben Mezrich: The Mechanic. Join the USS Constitution virtually as we sit down Read More…