Tag Archives: North End

  • NORTH END ALLEYS, Part 2

    May 28, 2015
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    By Sean Colby and Kevin Walsh Continued from Part 1   Baker’s Alley┬áis located off of North Street, near North Square. It sits to the right of the Limoncello Restaurant and leads to the rear of the restaurant and what appears from the street to be a private residence.   Quincy Court is a small [...]

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  • NORTH END ALLEYS

    May 28, 2015

    By Sean Colby and Kevin Walsh Boston’s North End is the “Little Italy” section of town. The predominantly Italian community known for its pizza, pastries, and cappuccino is full of small alleys and streets that are just slightly larger. The majority of the streets in the North End, with the exception of a few main [...]

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  • SQUARES OF BOSTON

    November 26, 2012

    Boston does a great job marking war heroes and local luminaries on hundreds of street corners with these embossed black and gold signs, like this one in the West End. Max Hirshovitz was a corporal who was killed during World War I. For all I know, that gold star is also significant. Can anyone link [...]

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