The construction of the plaza deck feature of the Waterfront Square development along with the centerpiece of the entire project – a pedestrian bridge and walkway from the Wonderland Station to the beach modeled after the Zakim Bridge in Charlestown is now going into high gear.
Gretchen Schneider, executive director of Community Design Resource Center (CDRC), told residents of the Shirley Avenue neighborhood to dream big Thursday night.
Heavy equipment has moved onto Ocean Avenue this week to begin work on the new plaza deck and pedestrian bridge at Wonderland Station, and at the same time the project’s developer is laying plans for a hotel and for an apartment building.
Boston.com and Kelly’s have teamed up to offer a live video feed of the beach!
Last year’s Cupid Splash was originally scheduled to take place in February, but was postponed until April because there was simply too much snow and ice for us to get to the beach. As it turned out, the rescheduled Cupid Splash turned out to be an amazing success!
Once again, hundreds of people who value the Special Olympics mission of a healthy and vibrant life for individuals with intellectual disabilities will jump into the icy-cold Atlantic Ocean to raise much-need funds for the organization. And while many people will jump in the ocean to support Special Olympics Mass, possibly over 1,000, many more...
The prints of famous Revere artist Norman Gautreau are now available for purchase from RevereBeach.com. Enjoy these beautiful paintings of the beach in your home.
Yesterday, Sean Donahue of New England Soccer Today mentioned that the Revolution to Wonderland may still be possible. Donahue, using Thor Jourgensen of Lynn, MA’s The Daily Item article on Revere Mayor Dan Rizzo’s push for redevelopment of the old Wonderland race-track, indicated that the Revs to Revere talks may be, at least superficially, back...
Revere city officials have been quietly meeting with Suffolk Downs honchos to iron out an agreement if a casino is built in neighboring East Boston.
Glittering fireworks lit the night skies from Sydney to New York and capitals across the globe, as tens of millions of revelers welcomed 2012 with star-studded celebrations, prayer, and hopes for a better future.
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