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Time Lapse Video: Greenway Echelman Sculpture Installation

Photographer Julian Tryba volunteered his time and talents to create this special time-lapse video showing the intricate installation of the Janet Echelman sculpture over the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Julian is well known for his time lapse work, most recently from the award […]
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Families Come Out for Tot Lot Cleanup and Social at Christopher Columbus Park

The Annual Playground / Tot-Lot Clean-up Celebration was held on Saturday, May 2nd at Christopher Columbus Park. The Friends of Christopher Columbus Park joined with Boston Parks & Recreation to get the well-used space ready for the season. There was plenty of fun […]
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New vantage point for looking at the Zakim

On Thursday, Greg MacKay took what he thinks might be the first night photograph of the Zakim Bridge from the newly re-opened Lovejoy Wharf. Copyright Greg MacKay. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.
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Remembering the Armenian genocide

NorthEndWaterfront.com photographed the commemoration on the Greenway yesterday, attended by several thousand people.
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NEWNC Supports Ban on Street Savers

A vote to add its support to join the Alliance for the Downtown Civic Organizations’ endeavor to ban space savers was passed 6-3 by North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) at last week’s meeting. The Council voted 9-0 to support a request by Anna DiBenedetto for zoning relief at 47 Charter Street to renovate the first floor and add 400 square feet by extending living space into the basement. The owner of 3-5 Quincy Court appeared before the Council for information purposes relating to an occupancy on six family units, add a one-story addition (4th floor), add roof decks, build new apartment floors and add a basement. They had met with abutters before attending the NEWNC meeting and received resistance and ...
North End Regional Review

Edward Jones to Host Open House in New North End Office

Financial services firm Edward Jones announced plans to hold an open house April 30 in its newly-established Boston office as a way of introducing the firm to the community.  The open house at 77 North Washington Street, Suite 100, is scheduled for 4-7 p.m., with a ribbon-cutting at 5 p.m. and refreshments available during the event. The new office is part of Edward Jones’ effort to serve a growing number of individual investors in urban communities nationwide.  Individuals interested in a career as a financial advisor with the firm are also invited to attend to learn more about Edward Jones’ plan to increase its presence in the city.  “We are excited to become a part of Boston’s North End, a ...
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