Monthly Archives: November 2012

North End Holiday Stroll is December 7

North End Holiday Stroll is December 7

The 6th Annual Buon Natale North End Holiday Stroll will be held Friday, December 7 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Nineteen boutiques, shops, galleries and speciality stores will try to entice shoppers with discounts, gifts with purchase, cocktails, refreshments and much more during the stroll. Marian Klausner, owner of Shake The Tree, says...

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Local Eatery Voted Best Brunch in Boston

November 30, 2012
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Local Eatery Voted Best Brunch in Boston

Ferrara’s Kitchen + Bar on Salem Street is one of, if not the busiest place to enjoy breakfast in the North End. Many local residents can be seen frequently dining at the eatery that was voted Best Brunch in Boston by Open Table. Open widows, a beautiful decor and a community atmosphere, makes Ferrara’s...

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Council Denies Second Floor Restaurant Addition

November 30, 2012
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Council Denies Second Floor Restaurant Addition

It was a busy evening at the North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council meeting as several requests were discussed and voted on and two information presentations were presented. John Romano of MassDOT and Jeff MacLean the Location Manager for a TV pilot explained what will be happening in the community relating to their agencies. Romano advised...

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Be Aware of Your Surroundings

With the holiday season now upon us, we urge our readers to remember to be aware of your surroundings as you race from a holiday party to planning for friends and family visiting to just coming back with your Christmas shopping.  This piece of advice is all the more relevant with the recent home...

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Holidays Are in Full Swing

Thanksgiving has come and with it a few added pounds around the waist have been gained.  Now, the race is on for Christmas.  If you drive around the neighborhood, Christmas lights and decorations are already out on homes.  This is only the calm before the storm of events that will get you into the...

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Support North End Holiday Street Decorations

Holiday street decorations are in the making as the North End Beautification Committee (NEBC) is undergoing a financial campaign to dress up the neighborhood for the upcoming festive season. NEBC is a community based volunteer organization that is seeking to preserve and add to the beauty of the historic North End through creative and...

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Obituaries 11-30-2012

David Polsonetti Salesman For Biagio & Son of the North End David J. Polsonetti of Winthrop died on November 14. He was 47 years old. Born in Winthrop, the dear son of Barbara (Dodge) and Biagio Polsonetti, he lived in Revere prior to moving to Winthrop 15 years ago. He was employed in sales for...

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RUFF Names Officers/Committee Chairs

November 30, 2012
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RUFF (Responsible Urbanites For Fido) has named its officers and committee chairpersons. The Executive Committee consists of: Chairperson Amy Hand, President Leslie Horn, Treasurer Jenna Hitchko and Secretary Anya Potter. Committee Chairpersons are: Parks Director Tim Braun, Marketing Director Tony Dettore and Events & Fundraising Jen Cimino. The community group meets monthly at 7pm...

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RUFF Seeks Non-profit Status

November 20, 2012
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RUFF Seeks Non-profit Status

One of the fastest growing neighborhood groups is RUFF (Responsible Urbanites For Fido). RUFF has been recognized by neighborhood groups, residents and elected officials for their total involvement in the community by helping to keep the area clean and for attempting to get other dog owners to become better neighbors. At the group’s last...

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Two Proposals Scheduled at NEWRA Meeting

November 20, 2012
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Two requests relating to the neighborhood were discussed at the October 23 public meeting of the North End/Waterfront Residents’ Association Zoning, Licensing and Construction Committee, according to co-chair David Kubiak. “The requests will be placed on a future NEWRA regular monthly meeting for further discussion and a vote by the membership,” Kubiak said. 93...

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