Matthew Gregoire surveys the scene at North Marginal and Cooper streets.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports on a community meeting last night on the proposed Cross Street building that would include a Starbucks (and posts video of the entire meeting, should you enjoy nearly three hours of tenseness and anger).
The Venice Convenience Store, 38 Cooper St., was held up shortly after 10:20 p.m. by a man who brandished a handgun at the clerk. Read more.
Seems ESPN has a contract with some company to fly a plane over the Garden to show what the building looks like when the Celtics are playing. And the plane just keeps flying in circles over the North End, over and over and over and over and over again, and people are beginning to get sick of it.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports on plans by the local Knights of Columbus chapter to turn its North Margin Street building into 23 affordable apartments for seniors - and to keep some space in the building for its meetings.
The Boston City Council today approved a proposal to create a "business improvement district," in which property owners along the Rose Kennedy Greenway could be levied fees to help support the linear park. Read more.
For the most part, Boston's history is best viewed when looking around or up. But sometimes, it pays to look down: Places such as downtown, the North End and Chinatown are filled with remnants of our commercial past, in the form of manhole covers. Read more.
617 Images shows us the Zakim tonight, lit in blue to honor Yarmouth police officer Sean Gannon, 32, shot to death while serving a warrant last Thursday.
NorthEndWaterfront.com has video of the annual lighting of the lanterns (two if by sea and all) in Old North Church.
Turkeys inspect their newest domain in the North End, as Jody Faller watched.
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