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Photos: 2012 Fisherman's Feast

Cannolis, clams, and a flying virgin
By MELISSA OSTROW  |  August 23, 2012

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August 24-27: SAINT ANTHONY’S FEAST | If you missed last weekend’s Fisherman’s Feast in the North End, don’t be too hard on yourself: that was just a warm-up! Saint Anthony’s Feast (started in 1919 by Italian immigrants from the town of Montefalcione in Avellino) has become the largest Italian religious fest in New England. We bet you can house more cannoli than you even thought was possible. Go on, prove us right. | ENDICOTT STREET, NORTH END, ENDICOTT STREET, BOSTON |STANTHONYSFEAST.COM

 
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