Monthly Archives: August 2018

NEMPAC Summer Concert Choir Shines at Hatch Shell

NEMPAC Summer Concert Choir Shines at Hatch Shell

On August 1st, 2018, NEMPAC Summer Concert Choir had the honor to open with a pre-concert prelude for the Boston Landmarks Orchestra’s Verdi Requiem at the Hatch Shell in Boston, with hundreds in attendance at this beautiful and distinguished outdoor performance space. Maestro Christopher Wilkins, Conductor and Music Director of the Boston Landmarks Orchestra,...

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Recommendation Released on Youth Substance Use

A five-year strategic plan to prevent and address youth substance use in the City of Boston has been recommended and released by Mayor Martin Walsh. “This plan takes us in a new direction of being intentional about equity and making sure that we are supporting all of our youth with the resources they need...

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Nine North End Eateries Participating in Dine Out Boston

August 11, 2018
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Dine Out Boston continues on August 9 and 10 and August 12-17, (formerly Restaurant Week) with nine North End restaurants participating in what has become a very popular citywide special event. This is the 18th year of providing diners an opportunity to enjoy exquisite culinary offerings and restauranteurs the chance to bring in new...

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Eagle Bank Expands Commercial Lending Division

We are pleased to announce the expansion of our Commercial Lending Division. Joining our existing team of seasoned commercial lenders are Michael Connelly, SVP, Team Leader, Rebecca Gardner, VP, Commercial Loan Officer, Jody Goodwin, VP, Commercial Production & Servicing, Lianne Thibeault, AVP, Construction Loan Portfolio Officer, John Wilson, AVP, Loan Portfolio Manager, and Robert...

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Community News

GIRL FRIENDS OF THE NORTH END The eighth annual “Girl” Friends of the North End Reunion will be held on Saturday, September 22 at 6:30 PM at Filippo’s Ristorante. For details call 617-742-6912. SAINT ANTHONY’S FEAST Saint Anthony’s Feast will be held on the weekend of August 23-26 on Endicott, North Margin and Thacher...

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Early Voting Schedule Now in Place for 2018 State Election

August 11, 2018
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It’s finally official, the 2018 Vote Early Boston schedule is in place at several locations throughout the City of Boston for a two-week period, Monday, October 22 through Friday, November 2. The schedule features City Hall as the main location. The Hall will be open for voting Monday through Friday during normal business hours...

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Dog Park Closure on Feast Weekends

We know this information will disappoint many of you, but we hope that you appreciate how hard it was to make this dog park a reality and now we need to take necessary steps to preserve it. With August here we welcome the old tradition of the North End feasts. These celebrations have been...

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NSC Arts and Crafts Classes Held on Thursdays

August 11, 2018
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Arts and Crafts classes have been scheduled at the Villa Michelangelo every Thursday through September from 10 AM to 11 AM. Projects include painting, flower design, centerpieces, collages and masks and more. In class, seniors use the muscles in their hands and arms and engage in planning and critical thinking according to the NE/WE...

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Geraldine Marshall Music Scholarship Fund in Fourth Year

The North End Music and Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) is honored to continue to offer the Geraldine Marshall Scholarship, and to preserve the legacy of a woman who loved children and the arts.  The Geraldine Marshall Scholarship Fund enters its fourth year of awarding four North End children, under the age of 18, with...

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Deal Struck on Beacon Hill to Tax Short-Term Rentals

August 11, 2018
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Last week Massachusetts lawmakers struck a deal that would extend the state’s hotel tax to Airbnb units and other short term rentals. However, Gov. Charlie Baker’s last minute amendment has seemed to halt the bill’s progress. Last week Rep. Aaron Michlewitz, who led the charge and was a key figure on Beacon Hill in...

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