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Southie Help Wanted

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Get a job! 

Local favorite The Cranberry Cafe is looking for a full-time person for kitchen help including weekends.  This fast moving breakfast and lunch cafe would prefer someone with kitchen experience, professional and hardworking.  

Anyone interested should email Marissa at

Grand Bird Rum - From Grand Ten Distillery


Written by Emily Waterfield

Calling all mixologists—whether you like your cocktails shaken or stirred, we have the perfect new spirit to add to your liquor cabinet! Southie’s own Grand Ten Distilling has added a new rum to its arsenal of craft spirits. If you haven’t checked out Grand Ten

CIS Instagram Challenge

lifestyle feature

Written by Heather Foley

Did you know we’re on Instagram?  It’s true, we are!  You can find us at caughtinsouthie, if you’re not following us yet get on it!  And if you’re not even on Instagram yet what the heck are you waiting for?  We love Instagram!  We love posting pics of our favorite Southie

Weekend Picks - August 21st

arts & entertainment

August 28th

Worden Hall is officially open for business!  This shiny new spot in the Southie restaurant scene is opening on Thursday, August 27th!  Get the scoop:

Last call for Apres Beach at Stephi’s in Southie - 130

Friday Night Family Movie

arts & entertainment

Everything is awesome!

Friday night is family movie night at the BCYC Curley Community Center M Street Family Beach.  Enjoy a free showing of THE LEGO MOVIE, popcorn, soda and water!  The free movie night is being sponsored by Hub Church in South Boston, in partnership with the City of Boston.  

Southie Summer Bucket List: August 27th

arts & entertainment

By Emily Waterfield

It’s finally here, the restaurant opening we’ve all been waiting for! If you’re anything like us, you’ve been peering in the windows every time your bus passes by Broadway Station. You’ve heard right, folks--Worden Hall is open for business on Thursday, August 27th!

Tales Behind the Tank

arts & entertainment

Written by Mairead McGonagle 

It’s more than just a water tank. The National Grid water tank (or as I have always called it, The Rainbow Tank) located alongside I-93 doubles as an eye-catching gateway into our city.

Together, Let’s Keep Moving Boston Forward

News & Politics

Written by Mayor Marty Walsh

On January 8, 2015, Boston was given the incredible opportunity to explore bidding for the 2024 Olympic summer games. It was a historic moment that sparked a months-long discussion about our city’s future.

And from the very beginning, we were thinking about a future

Tax Relief Bill for residents over 55

News & Politics

filed on Beacon Hill

From a press release:

BOSTON—Recently, the Massachusetts Legislature held a public hearing on a home rule petition which would grant tax relief to homeowners throughout Boston.

Week of August 24th


Take in some culture!  Enjoy free Shakespeare with a beautiful backdrop - Castle Island.  The Brown Box Theatre presents The Taming of the Shrew on Thursday, August 27th at 7:30pm.  This event is free and open to the public.  Don’t forget your blanket or beach chair! 

Take a picture!  Dine out

An ode to the Southie bush

arts & entertainment

on N Street

You can take your Southie pear trees, apples trees and City issued maples 
There is a special place in our heart for the Southie bush  
Sprouting out of the cement in the middle of a city block
you are not a hedge or even a shrub
but you are a singular bush like no other
We are not sure how