Or maybe local papers aren't covering weighty issues anymore.
Medicacritty looked outside on Boylston Street this afternoon.
I was wondering if there had been a giant candlepin bowling match ...
Of course Boylston is a wind-tunnel. It's not too unusual to see that cluster of newsboxes upended like that. When I started working down here I thought someone didn't make the turn out of the Hyne's driveway, but then came to realize that they are just frequent big air victims.
Each paper will pick-up their own boxes but sometimes not before the city "fixes" all of them for "public safety reasons"... the latter usually happens first, and by "fix" I mean send a dump truck over and haul them off to be destroyed at the tow lot.
Heh. Looks like our box took everyone on and won! haha http://www.facebook.com/weeklydig
Flat road, into the wind - absolutely crawling.
Still, a 70 degree day in the beginning of March is worth riding.
At least four beachfront homes in flames.
Apparently started with an explosion in one home; seems that everyone got out okay, though.
I went out on my lunch and was nearly blown away. It is quite windy but I'll take this 70 degree weather we're having any day! -Mea www.hertrainstories.blogspot.com