Announcements Event Notices

Discussing “The Outlaw Ocean: Journeys Across the Last Untamed Frontier” with Author & Reporter Ian Urbina

WHO & WHAT: Ian Urbina, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist for the New York Times, will discuss his book, The Outlaw Ocean: Journeys Across the Last Untamed Frontier, which explores the rampantly criminal world that runs lawless on the world’s oceans. Too big to police and under no clear international authority, the oceans’ vastness leaves Read More…

Announcements Event Notices

Lecture: Journalist Ari Daniel of PBS show, “NOVA,” shares his expertise in scientific storytelling

Free lecture at the New England Aquarium: Thursday, May 30 at 7 p.m. Scientist and producer for PBS show “NOVA” Ari Daniel joins the New England Aquarium for the next lecture in their Free Spring Lecture Series. Daniel was the recipient of the Kavli Science Journalism Gold Award for his radio stories on glaciers and climate change Read More…

Daily Briefs

Weekend Brief: Madonna Della Cava Feast, 3 Best Day Trips, Puppet Show, Friday Films

Things to know for Friday Today is Friday, August 10 and if you’re looking for a quick trip out of town this weekend, check out CondeNast Traveler’s 3 best day trips from Boston.  Here’s what else you need to know for the weekend… Madonna Della Cava Feast on Hanover Street. The feast of Madonna Della Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: Free Ice Cream, Best Pizza in Boston, Gentle Yoga, Aquarium Lecture

Things to know for Thursday Today is Thursday, July 19 and although National Ice Cream day may have passed… Friendly’s and Ben & Jerry’s is still dishing out free ice cream around the city, read more on the Boston Business Journal.  Here’s what else you need to know for today… 10:00AM Gentle Yoga at Christopher Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: 19 Best Restaurants, Mayor’s Coffee Hour, ReadBoston Book Bike, Wharf District Council Meeting, Jazz in the Park , RUFF Monthly Meeting, Aquarium Lecture

Things to know for Tuesday Today is Tuesday, July 17 and here’s what else you need to know for today… 9:30AM Mayor’s Coffee Hour. Come speak directly to Mayor Walsh and staff from City departments at Christopher Columbus Park about open space and other neighborhood needs. See additional details here. 11:00AM Little Groove Concert at the North End Library. Read More…

Featured Real Estate

Chiofaro’s Harbor Garage Agrees to Indemnify Aquarium From Tower Construction Losses

After months of negotiations, an agreement between Harbor Garage owner, Chiofaro Company, the New England Aquarium and the City of Boston was released on Friday. The deal comes after city officials consulted with State regulators on the draft Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Plan (MHP) submitted last March. In the latest supplement to the MHP (pdf), the Boston Planning Read More…

Community Featured Real Estate

Another Extension for Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Plan; Boston Harbor Now Says Enough

The City of Boston has requested an additional extension from State officials to further the discussions and review of the Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Plan. With the fourth such extension request, the latest delay comes nearly a year after the drafted plan was submitted in March 2017 by the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) for Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: Film Screening, Community Meetings, Celebrity Sightings, Concerns About Short Term Housing Regs

Things to know for Tuesday It’s Tuesday, January 23rd and while the rest of us are already back into the swing of the work week, our government employee friends are just starting to play catch up. That’s right, after three long days the federal government shutdown is officially over….or so we thought. Here is everything Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Patriots Headed to Super Bowl LII, Comic Book Creation, Combating Boston’s Housing Shortage

Things to know for Monday It’s Monday, January 22nd and we’re back to reality after this warmer than usual weekend. And just in case you thought you were dreaming, let me be the first to confirm your reality…the Patriots are AFC Champions and are headed to Minneapolis to compete against the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Read More…

Featured Health & Environment Real Estate Transportation

Waterfront Panel Cites Impending Need for Water Transportation, Public Access, Responsible Development Amid Climate Change

All may appear calm on the waterfront, but local experts are pointing to several impending challenges currently facing Boston Harbor. The harbor is arguably the city’s most defining characteristic, yet Boston finds itself playing catch up on issues such as water transportation, climate change preparedness and public access through responsible development. Civic non-profit leaders debated Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Neighborhood Scenes, Greenway Market, Lawn Games, San Rocco Procession!

Your guide to the weekend! Events for Friday, July 14th: 1:00pm Singin’ in the Rain Movie at North End Library, 25 Parmenter Street. Enjoy musicals old and new followed by discussion (and coffee and cookies!). Feel free to bring your lunch. Singin’ in the Rain (1952/103 mins), more information. 1:00pm Book Signing with Rico Petrocelli at Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Faneuil Hall Read More…