Monthly Archives: March 2014

2nd Anniversary of the Coffee and Sandwich Shop

2nd Anniversary of the Coffee and Sandwich Shop

The crew at My Cousin’s Place celebrated the 2nd anniversary of the coffee and sandwich shop opening at 396 Hanover Street. We caught up with the crew (L-R, Ralph, Joe and Daniel) as they marked the milestone.

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North End Shop and Nibble Set for April 27 in, North End

March 31, 2014
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North End Shop and Nibble Set for April 27 in, North End

During the afternoon on Sunday, April 27, sixteen, possibly more, local retail shops will participate in Shop and Nibble in the North End. Customers can stroll through participating stores and taste small bites provides by local restaurants. Shop and Nibble is an incentive to have people wander through the neighborhood and have an opportunity...

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Boston Police Gun Buyback Program Is Now Underway

March 31, 2014
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The 2014 Boston Gun BuyBack Program “Your Piece for Peace” is under way and will run at designated drop-off site throughout the city Monday through Friday from 12pm to 7pm. District A-1, which includes the North End/Waterfront area drop-off site is 10 New Sudbury Street. “The program has been created to empower communities to...

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Old North Church 239 Annual Lantern Ceremony Set for April 20

The 239th annual Lantern Ceremony is scheduled for Sunday, April 20 with a reception at 6:30pm and the ceremony at 8pm. On April 18, 1775, two lanterns were hung from the steeple of the Old North Church, launching what would become the American Revolutionary War. Signaling the departure of British regulars “by sea” the...

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Hero Firefighters Lose Their Lives in the Line of Duty

The recent fire in Boston that took the two lives of fire fighters, Lieutenant Edward Walsh and firefighter Michael Kennedy only reminds us of how dangerous the job can be. Firefighters put their lives on the line every time the station bell rings, protecting lives and property, with every response to a blaze or...

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North End Chamber Very Active

Very active is the current way to describe the North End Chamber of Commerce which was established in 2005. The mission of the Chamber is to support business activities of its members and to expand the economic vitality of the neighborhood, as well as business growth in the community. Known as Boston’s “Little Italy”...

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NEAA Baseball Opening Day April 26

Opening Day for the 2014 North End Athletic Association (NEAA) Little League and Minor League programs will be held at Langone Field, Commercial Street on Saturday, April 26 with a double-double header and a T-Ball game. “Each team in both programs will play games through the day,” NEAA Baseball Coordinator John Romano said. “Besides...

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Nazzaro Center Ski Club Says “Thanks, PAL!”

Nazzaro Center Ski Club Says “Thanks, PAL!”

Thanks to the continued generosity of the Police Athletic League (PAL), 56 members of the Nazzaro Center Ski Club enjoyed the long St. Patrick’s Day week-end skiing Killington Mountain, the “Beast of the East” ski resort in central Vermont. Aided by a most fortuitous two feet of new snow just two days before the...

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Another Sexual Assault in the North End

March 25, 2014
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Another sexual assault has occurred in the North End in just over a month. The assault happened on the Freedom Trail on Sunday, March 16 at about 10:30pm on Hull Street, a stone’s throw away from the Old North Church and on the route to Copps Hill Burial Ground. A woman on her way...

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Chamber Hosts 5th Annual North End Restaurant Week

March 25, 2014
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The North End Chamber of Commerce will hold its 5th annual North End Restaurant Week featuring dinners for $33.00. “Restaurant Week has been a success in the past, drawing hundreds of people into the North End,” Chamber member and founder Frank DePasquale said. “We are expecting another great turnout for the 2014 promotion.” Restaurant...

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