NorthEndWaterfront.com introduces us to Bostoniano.
Michael Mercogliano, the founder of Mike's Pastry in the North End, passed away this week. The restaurant posted the news to their Facebook page on Tuesday.
According to his remembrance page from the Boston Harborside Home, a visitation and the funeral Mass will be open to the public on Monday and Tuesday, respectively.
Although maybe it helps when you say you're from the Boston Transportation Department. In any case, somebody complained about somebody else saving a space on Henchman Street in the North End with a traffic cone. A city minion marked the case closed tonight:
[T]old resident to remove cone and did.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports the North End/Waterfront Residents' Association has put its foot down and is saying no more liquor licenses for the North End.
It's the Craigslist roommate ad of the month:
$1000 Huge North End Bro Pad (North End, Boston, Down Town)
1 bed available in a 4 bed apartment. Amazing apartment!!!! 2 floors, 2 living rooms, wrap around couch, surround sound, big screen, free hbo and showtime! unofficial roof access with a great view of the city. A small private allyway attached to the room. granite counters and bathrooms. It is huge and amazing. 3 roommates. 23,23, and 25. 420 friendly, football, the house can get rowdy on weekends but all in good fun.
With a little help from Mayor Menino, a North End parks advocacy group has gotten the OK from the Greenway to plant lots of bulbs in the park, NorthEndWaterfront.com reports. Greenway officials had initially said the request would have to wait until February or thereabouts, which would have been too late for bulb planting.
NorthEndWaterfront.com has photos of a "hug station" the Dasaro family set up on Salem Street over the weekend.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports the tourist spot on Hanover Street now has signs telling you what things cost. You may recall the flap earlier this year when some guy just in from Worcester complained about missing prices.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports on an incident early on Oct. 6.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports on discussions between the Friends of the North End Parks, which wants to use its own money and volunteers to plant several thousand daffodil bulbs to replace dead and dying plantings along the Greenway and the Greenway Conservancy, which says whoa, not so fast, it might consider that in February - or about four months too late to ensure blooms this spring.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports an uptick in break-ins in the North End, with police saying many of the entries are by burglars who find easy pickings among the neighborhood's old locks and unlocked doors or who simply ring all the apartments in a building, knowing the odds are good somebody will simply buzz them in.