Monthly Archives: May 2017

Tina Natale Joins NEMPAC Board

North End Music and Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) welcomed it’s newest Board member Tina Natale, to the Board of Directors this past January. Tina Natale is a life-long resident of the North End and a graduate of Suffolk University. She loves Boston’s energetic lifestyle and her passion for the area grows everyday. Tina currently...

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NEMPAC Presents Beethoven’s “Fidello” this June

By Phil Orlandella Faneuil Hall and Christopher Columbus Park will be the sites of the North End Music and Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) sixth annual Opera project presentation of Beethoven’s “Fidello”, sung in German with English subtitles and orchestra. “The artistic team behind this project is working tirelessly to bring this magical production to...

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How Boston Basics Helps Our Children

By Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Ron Ferguson Here in Boston, we are committed to creating an equitable city for all. Reaching this goal requires many approaches. But if we really want to create more opportunities for success and close the achievement gap in our City once and for all, our primary focus needs...

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Opinion

By Phil Orlandella Losing a good Councilor and friend An extremely important North End/Waterfront advocate, Councilor Sal LaMattina, has decided not to seek reelection for the District 1 Boston City Council seat. Councilor Lamattina has been a tremendous asset to the neighborhood. His actions have always been dedicated to the community and the well-being...

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Third Paul Revere Mall (Prado) Restoration Meeting to be Held

Another community meeting to discuss a plan for the renovations of the Paul Revere Mall (Prado) has been scheduled for this coming June 2017, hosted by the Boston Parks Department. Priorities recommended by the community will be the focus of this important meeting that include plans to refurbish the park established in 1925 and...

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NEWNC Candidates Night and Public Election Are Important

Each year, the North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) conducts a public election for six seats on the community organization board. A total of twelve seats make up the board. Six seats are up for grabs every other year for two-year terms. NEWNC is the only community elected organization to serve as the area’s voice...

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