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2014 North End Religious Processions & Feast Schedule

Catch the latest North End Feast News on NorthEndWaterfront.com. Feast Photos at MattConti.com. North End Italian and Religious Festivals – Processions & Feasts June 1, 2014 – Santa Maria Di Anzano 2:00 pm Procession only – Starts at St. Leonard Church, Hanover & Prince Streets (First Sunday of June) AnzanoBoston.com June 8, 2014 – Saint […]

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Freedom Trail Foundation Tours Start Up Again For Spring

Freedom Trail Foundation Tours Start Up Again For Spring

The following news release comes from the Freedom Trail Foundation: Spring has sprung, and it’s time the Freedom Trail Foundation’s 18th century costumed guides will be out on the Trail in full force offering a full menu of fun and educational tours. The Freedom Trail Foundation’s tours currently holds two tours daily departing from Boston […]

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5th North End Restaurant Week

North End Restaurant Week 2014 – March 30th Through April 11th

The North End Chamber of Commerce presents the 5th Annual North End Restaurant Week 2014. Week 1 runs from March 30th through April 4th and Week 2 is from April 6th through April 11th. Dinner prices are set at $33.00. Some of the participating restaurants include Bricco, Carmelina’s, Strega, Tresca, Trattoria Il Panino, Terramia, Antico […]

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Recalling the North End’s “Love Lane” on Valentine’s Day

Navigating through the North End can often make this neighborhood feel like the Prague of Boston — narrow streets laden in antiquity. Tracing the history of these streets can often reveal less-known stories that coincide with the advent of days like today. Valentine’s Day calls upon the opportunity to share the nomenclature of Love Lane, […]

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Ten Hidden North End Historical Sites and Plaque Proposals

The North End is Boston’s oldest neighborhood and its streets are laden with the treasures of time. Not much is known about the native Americans or anyone living here until the Puritans arrived in the 1600’s. As the colonists settled in, streets began to branch throughout the North End. Much has been written about the […]

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Video: North End Freedom Trail Tour by Boston National Park Ranger

Video: North End Freedom Trail Tour by Boston National Park Ranger

Have you taken a North End Freedom Trail tour? Here is your chance to watch it from the comfort of your own home. The “Allegiance to Revolution” tour of the North End is narrated by Boston National Park Ranger Eric Hanson-Plass. Hear the story of the dynamics between Paul Revere and Governor Thomas Hutchinson leading […]

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North End 2013 Year in Photos [Video Slideshow]

North End 2013 Year in Photos [Video Slideshow]

This video slideshow includes my most memorable photos from the year 2013 in Boston’s North End / Waterfront neighborhood and surrounding areas. It is a daunting task to select just a few photos to represent an entire year and it is impossible to include everything (my apologies for what we missed!). So, while these may […]

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Re-Introducing NorthEndBoston.com

To make it official, I am thrilled to formally announce that I am taking on ownership of NorthEndBoston.com. As the #1 website portal in the North End, the site serves as an information resource for visitors, residents, businesses and all those who wish to know more about our neighborhood – its past and its present. […]

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