Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Bill Linehan at Barlow's Thursday

via Diane Keliher:

Committee to Re- elect City Councilor Bill Linehan is hosting a fundraiser at Barlow's at 241 A St, on this Thursday, June 27th from 5:30-7:30. Bill needs our support in this upcoming election

Please vote!

The voter turnout for today's special election has been abysmal.  It is currently almost half what it was at this time in the senate special election of Coakley/Brown in Boston. 
Please make time to vote today and reminder people you know who live in Massachusetts.
Polls are open until 8pm and the lines will be short!

Community Meeting for Babbo (Mario Batali), 7/16

Mario Batali and the B&B Hospitality Group are planning a new restaurant:
Babbo Pizzeria & Enoteca
320 Summer Street 
Fort Point Boston
They're going to present the plans and gather feedback in a communiy meeting:
Tuesday, July 16th
6:30 PM
Made in Fort Point
30 Channel Center Street

Monday, June 24, 2013

Thursday: Coffee with Mayoral Candidate Mike Ross

Fort Point Community Coffee with Mike Ross, Candidate for Mayor of Boston and Chef Barbara Lynch

Thursday, June 27th
Sportello, 348 Congress St.

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Music Tonight in Wormwood Park

Balto, a folk/americana band from Portland, Oregon will be playing at Wormwood Park for the enjoyment of anyone who wants to come and enjoy an evening outside in the Fort Point neighborhood. Music will start around 7:00.


We'll have some grills going so bring food you want to grill. We'll have buckets of ice to keep your drinks cold and will be providing free wine, beer, and snacks while supplies last.

There's a $5 suggested donation. Money goes to the band.

If it rains, we will move the event inside to a nearby condo.

More details on their Facebook page:

Thursday, June 06, 2013

Barlow's Seeks 2AM Liquor License

Boston Licensing Board hearing on Barlow's request to change their license to allow them to stay open until 2AM seven days a week:

Room 809A, City Hall, Boston, MA
Wednesday, June 12th, 10AM

Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Farnsworth St closed 6/7

UPDATE: Because of the weather, the party will be indoors and Farnsworth St will remain open.
The members of the Boston Fire Museum will conduct their annual cookout on Friday evening, June 7.  As in the past, Farnsworth St., adjacent to the museum, will be closed to all traffic from about 2 PM to 8 PM.  Access to and from the remaining section of Farnsworth St. will be available via the alleys off Sleeper St. and Thomson Pl.  Pedestrians will be able to walk on the closed section of Farnsworth St.  Members of the museum volunteer staff will be delivering notices of the road closure to all businesses on Farnsworth St.  The museum appreciates the cooperation of our neighbors in the area.


Dan O'Neill
Boston Fire Museum
344 Congress St.
Boston, MA  02210