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City Announces New Capital Funding For Cutillo Park Study, North End Library and Columbus Playground

The Mayor’s Office has announced new funding for capital projects citywide, including several in the North End/Waterfront area. Updates coming out of City Hall are highlighted on an interactive map showing the following new plans for the neighborhood: Cutillo Park ($200,000) – Design for a comprehensive park renovation including drainage, play lot, courts, passive areas, Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: Romantic Fall Getaways, Kids Craft, Story Time, NEWRA Meeting, Ancient Life on Mars

Things to know for Thursday Today is Thursday, October 11 and here’s a joke from local comedy writer Ben Alper: “This past weekend, redcoat reenactors re-created the arrival of British troops to Boston. Colonist reenactors also arrived via Uber Rebels.” – Ben Alper  Here’s what else you need to know for today… 10:30AM Kids Craft Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: NEWRA Meeting, Free Outdoor Movies, Lower Mystic Open House, Dog Park Feedback

Things to know for Thursday Today is Thursday, June 14 and if you love good Boston-inspired sports art and apparel, then be sure to stop by the newest I Love Boston Sports store following their Grand Opening at Faneuil Hall, continue reading.  Here’s what else you need to know for today… 12:30PM Let Me Tell Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: St. Anthony’s Feast Mass & Procession, Boston Harbor Fireworks

Things to know for Wednesday Today is Wednesday, June 13 and we are in for a kick of warm weather. It was perfect weather last night for fireworks over Boston Harbor put on by Eastern Bank to celebrate their 200th Anniversary. Fireworks Over Boston Harbor: Fireworks over Boston Harbor celebrating Eastern Bank’s 200th Anniversary #fireworks Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: Boston Supports Pride Month, AirBnB Vote Wednesday, FOCCP Meeting

Things to know for Tuesday Today is Tuesday, June 12 and if you’re looking for yet another reason to add the North End Waterfront to your bucket list this summer, il Molo is giving you SIX reasons with their refreshed cocktail list featuring the signature flavors of summer, continue reading.  Here’s what else you need Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Pizza Festival Returning to City Hall Plaza, Waterfront Sunsets and Patio Season

Things to know for Wednesday Today is Wednesday, May 9 and if you like pizza then you better mark your calendar because the second annual Boston Pizza Festival is coming to City Hall Place on Saturday, July 7th and Sunday, July 8th, continue reading.  Here’s what else you need to know for today… 6:30PM Friends Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: Local Job Opportunity, FOCCP Meeting, Violin In The Making

Things to know for Tuesday Today is Tuesday, May 8 and if you’re looking for a part time front desk / sales position in the North End, Beacon Hill Athletic Club’s North End/Waterfront location could be just the fit for you, see additional details about applying for the position.  Here’s what else you need to Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: NEWRA Meeting, Greenway BID Hearing, FOCCP Social

Things to know for Thursday Today is Thursday, April 12 and Marathon Monday is just around the corner…or more like just around the weekend! Check out all you need to know about the schedule, news and results.  Here’s what else you need to know for today… 10:00AM Public Hearing Regarding the Greenway Business Improvement District. Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Author Event, Friends of the North End Library Meeting, North End from New Heights

Things to know for Wednesday Today is Wednesday, April 11 and as if you didn’t have enough reason to stop by the new North End hot spot, City Winery, Massmouth is now teaming up with the new comer restaurant and music club to bring a new storytelling series – “Riff: Song-Inspired Stories”, continue reading.  Here’s Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: 67,000 Still Without Power, Disney Shorts, Fasten Inc Shutting Down

Things to know for Tuesday Today is Tuesday, March 6 and if you’re reading this brief in the comfort of your home with the heat and electricity working…count your blessings. There are still 67,000 without power in Massachusetts even three days after the storm. Read more on Boston Globe. Here’s what else you need to Read More…

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Weekend Brief: Friday Film Series, Tunnel of Love, Best Places for Peace and Quiet

Things to know for Friday Today is Friday, February 9 and the 2018 Winter Olympic Games are officially here. If tonight’s opening ceremony doesn’t have you excited, swing by the North End Rink to try you hand at this famous Olympic sport.  As you may already know, NorthEndWaterfront.com is here to keep you informed and involved Read More…

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Thursday’s Brief: Most Anticipated Hotels, Story Time, NEWRA Meeting, Barge Worker Rescued from Frigid Waters

Things to know for Thursday It’s Thursday, February 8 and by now I’m sure you’ve all heard about, or at least seen with your own eyes the new buildings popping up left and right all over the city. Not only are these new sky scrapers housing various offices and residents, but these projects include hotels Read More…