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An Inside Look on Saint Anthony's

Saint Anthony's Feast Chairman Joe DiGirolamo gives an insider's view of the famed North End celebration

As a born-and-bred native of the North End, Saint Anthony’s Feast Chairman Joe DiGirolamo has had a long association with New England’s largest Italian religious festival. “Every August it was a celebration of my heritage, culture and, of course, my religion. As a boy it was a hope to carry a flag or the statue of Saint Anthony.” After nearly 15 years in his current role helping organize this joyous celebration, it’s safe to say he has more than realized his childhood ambition.
All The Hubbub
With August coming to a close, it’s time to squeeze out that last bit of summer fun! The buzz this week is on Dine Out Boston’s midsummer meal deals, ping-pong public art at BCA Plaza, and breaking the fourth wall at the Museum of Science’s 4-D theater.
10 Ways to Try Dine Out Boston
Dine Out Boston is back for it’s biannual, mouth-watering reprise of unbeatable dining deals. From August 17–22 and 24–29, participating restaurants around the city offer two- and three-course prix-fixe menus showcasing the best of their kitchen.
Guide to the North End

Satisfy your cravings for food, shopping and history in Boston’s oldest neighborhood.

Regina Pizzeria Although Regina locations have spread beyond the confines of the North End, the original restaurant is a Boston landmark that has churned out unbeatable brick oven pizza since 192
Sean Kearns, at the helm of the USS Constitution

Commander of the USS Constitution takes the wheel leading the nation’s oldest commissioned warship into a much-needed rest.

Commander Sean Kearns is a man on a mission. After working his way up through the ranks of the U.S. Navy, he was assigned last year to the command of the USS Constitution, one of the Navy’s most unique jobs. Being a native Mainer certainly didn’t hurt, either—it’s an unofficial Navy tradition for the leader of “Old Ironsides” to be from New England so they have a connection to the area and the historic frigate. 
Uncovering the Old State House

Peek at the Past: Taking the Mystery out of Boston History

As the oldest surviving public building in Boston, the Old State House has seen a remarkable amount of history since its creation in 1713. Over the past 300 years, the Old State House, or “Towne House” as it is sometimes called, has been home to some of Boston’s biggest historical moments, including the Boston Massacre.
Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular!
Celebrating its 41st year, the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular is more explosive and remarkable than ever. Having recently won a New England Emmy Award, the Fireworks Spectacular continues to entertain hundreds of thousands each year.
Calendar of Events

A two-week primer on Boston's best events

Boston happily plays host to many talented musical performers and groundbreaking theatrical acts, and the next two weeks see some real crowd-pleasers. We've got groovy chart-topping classics, a Grammy Award-winner, and a magical mix of stage shows featuring vampires, the Brothers Grimm, and mysterious goddess-worshipping islands.

April 2024
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