Bowl Of ‘Zole
On Wednesday, April 6 at the South Boston Lithuanian Club, sample ten takes on pozole and over fifty expressions of agave spirits (mezcal, sotol, tequila, raicilla), plus wine, beer and hard seltzer. ALL-INCLUSIVE VIP and ALL-INCLUSIVE general admission tickets are on sale now. Use the code: HOOKEM for $10 off! You can get the details here!
Reminder: Street Cleaning is Back!
It’s that time of year again! Birds are chirping. It’s staying light out later and the big yellow street sweeper will be cleaning your neighborhood streets on April 1st. So be warned, parking restrictions associated with street cleaning begins this week. A schedule and information is available here! Southie residents can also register for “No Tow,” a service provided by the city for residents to be reminded by email when their street is scheduled for cleaning. That’s so helpful! This also applies to DCR and Day Blvd., Columbia Road and Old Colony Ave. So take notice, Southie! Watch the signs!
Skip the First Date (For Beer Lovers)
Composting Bin on West Broadway
Have you seen the the colorful bin at 450 W. Broadway in Southie? This bing offers residents a place to drop off food scraps for composting. The city of Boston’s Project Oscar Community Composting has nine locations throughout the city. Make sure to check out the list of items accepted and not accepted here! Food waste has the potential to create a rich, black soil that helps plants grow. Composting food waste reduces the amount of waste sent to landfills. It also helps the environment by enriching soil, giving new plants nutrients to grow.
Be informed. Get involved.
The Boston Planning and Development Agency will host a virtual community meeting on Wednesday, April 6 from 6pm-7:30pm to discuss 202 West 2nd Street – The Proponent seeks to transform the Project Site by constructing a new four (4) story mixed-use commercial office building of approximately 42,000 gross square feet, for life sciences, research/ development uses, and including active ground floor space, with a main Building Height of approximately 60-feet and six (6) inches (as defined by the Code) and a screened mechanical level of no more than 14-feet tall (at the 5th level), along with garaged parking for 24 vehicles and bicycle storage, widened sidewalks and improved connections to South Boston’s lower end. Zoom Link: bit.ly/3uwPPaH Toll Free: (833) 568 – 8864 Meeting ID: 161 827 1778
Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and a lifelong resident of South Boston sometimes mistaken for a yuppie. Co-host of Caught Up, storyteller, lover of red wine and binge watching TV series. Mrs. Peter G. Follow her @MaureenCaught.
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