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"Full service salon and day spa is located in the North End/Bullfinch area. It caters to business professionals (both men and woman) and the more leisurely clients. One of the owners are always present and the staff is extremely knowledgeable and talented."
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Comments from the co-founder of the North End Waterfront Central Artery Committee on the effects of the project on the neighborhood.
Book: A pictorial history of the old neighborhood.
"Boston Full Service Real Estate Agency. Visit our website for current Rental and Sale Listings. Specializing in the North End and Waterfront Sections of Boston."
Project by the city and the Boston Redevelopment Authority that focuses on the 12 roads that run across the Big Dig tunnels and how to use them to stitch the city back together.
Shortly after noon on January 15, 1919, a fifty-foot-tall steel tank filled with 2.3 million gallons of molasses collapsed on Boston"s waterfront, disgorging its contents as a fifteen-foot-high wave of molasses that briefly traveled at thirty-five miles per hour. When the tide receded, a section of the city"s North End had been transformed into a war zone. The Great Boston Molasses Flood claimed the lives of twenty-one people and scores of animals, injured 150, and caused widespread destruction.
Annual festival in honor of Madonna del Soccorso di Sciacca.
"Boston and New England's premiere professional improv and sketch comedy theater. Performing at our resident theater in the North End of Boston, as well as touring shows around the country. Corporate training and performances available."
"Improv Asylum has main stage shows Wednesday through Saturday nights in Boston's historic North End. We also offer unique corporate training, customized corporate shows and a fun adult training center."
"Our non-profit organization's goal is to integrate and enrich the North End, Waterfront, and surrounding communities by offering convenient, affordable programming in music, languages, and the performing arts."
Paul Revere Mall.
"St. Anthony's Feast was begun by Italian immigrants from the town of Montefalcione, and is held in the North End of Boston on the weekend of the last Sunday in August. It is the largest Italian Religious Festival in New England and was named 'Feast of all Feasts' by National Geographic Magazine."
Boston's oldest Italian festival.
Boston's oldest neighborhood
"Woof! Provides dog walking in the North End and Waterfront sections of Boston."
North End / Waterfront
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