Arts & Culture

Christmas Concert at Old North Church

Sound the trumpets!  The Old North Church Choir and Orchestra heralds the holiday season with a Christmas concert on Sunday, December 12th, at 5:00 pm, at the Church, 193 Salem Street in Boston’s North End.  Under the baton of Music Director and Organist, Dr. Libor Dudas, the choir will perform Reinhard Keiser’s Christmas Oratorio and Read More…

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Old North’s “Pasta & Philosophy” at La Famiglia Giorgio

The community is invited to join us at La Famiglia Giorgio in the North End for an evening of “Pasta and Philosophy”.  Dr. Jeff Hanson, a professor from Boston College, will coordinate the discussion.  A buffet of pasta and salad will be served for $12 per person (drinks are extra).  We are anticipating an evening of Read More…

Arts & Culture

Blessing of the Animals on the Prado, October 3rd at 3:00 p.m.

Join us this Sunday, October 3, at 3:00p.m. for the annual Blessing of the Animals in the Prado at Unity Street. This custom is conducted in honor of St. Francis of Assisi, patron saint of animals and ecology whose remembrance day is Oct. 3, and his love for all creatures. St. Francis wrote the “Canticle Read More…

Arts & Culture Business

Old North Concert Features New Music

The improvisational music duo, Dithyramb, will perform on Monday, September 20th at 8:00 p.m., at historic Old North Church, 193 Salem Street in Boston’s North End. With Tom Kraines on cello and Cameron Britt on hand percussion and marimba, Dithyramb features the talents of two of today’s most exciting and inventive performers and composers. Their Read More…

Business Government Health & Environment

Welcome to the Historic North End; Sorry, No Public Restrooms

When the three million annual Freedom Trail walkers leave Faneuil Hall and enter the North End, little do they realize they have to traverse the entire neighborhood and over to the Charlestown Navy Yard to reach the next public restroom. Unfortunately, that is the current situation along the North End Freedom Trail since the Hull Read More…

Police & Fire

Weekly North End/Waterfront Police Blotter

Highlights from this week’s Boston Police Journal Log for the North End/Waterfront area: Vandalism 03/19/10          10:15pm Concierge of a Prince St. condo building reports a male suspect threw a brick through the rear lobby window and fled on foot. Larceny from Motor Vehicle 03/19/10          11:30pm Male victim reports an unknown male suspect stole his cell Read More…

Community

Piccoli Regali Resumes at Old North Church

Piccoli Regali, a program to assist anyone with a food need in the North End, has the resources at present to increase the number we serve and are trying to reach out to those in the community to notify them of this resource. Piccoli Regali, or “Little Gifts,” has begun distributing small bags of food items to Read More…

Arts & Culture

Old North Church Christmas Events

These Old North Church’s Christmas events are open to all. Dec. 13, Sunday – 5:00 p.m Trumpets will sound in the North End as the Old North Church holds its annual Christmas concert. The concert will highlight J.S. Bach’s masterpiece, Magnificat. The Old North Chamber Singers and Players will also perform works by Dietrich Buxtehude Read More…

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Bach’s Magnificat at Old North

Trumpets will sound in the North End as the Old North Church holds its annual Christmas concert at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 13, at 195 Salem Street. The concert will highlight J.S. Bach’s masterpiece, Magnificat. The Old North Chamber Singers and Players will also perform works by Dietrich Buxtehude (Das Neugebor’ne [sic] Kindelein) and Read More…

Arts & Culture Event Notices

North End Book Launch Event Wed., July 22nd at Old North Church

Alex Goldfeld will launch his new book about the North End this week at the Old North Church on Wednesday, July 22 at 6:30 pm. The book is titled, North End: A Brief History of Boston’s Oldest Neighborhood. The author will share a few stories from his history of the North End followed by Q&A Read More…