Around 12:45 a.m. on 7 Carmody Ct., off Mercer Street. Nobody hit.
Around 12:05 a.m. on Barry Street near Barry Park, per Eric Malloy.
A couple dozen racists and Nazis, one dressed as a Minuteman, spent an hour or so standing on and near the Parkman Bandstand this afternoon under the baleful eyes of thousands of jeering protesters before slowly walking away and towards the Boylston Street side of Boston Common, to await a ride out in four Boston Police prisoner vans. Read more.
Will be heading down to the Common soon. In my one concession to safety, I'm leaving my laptop home, so will be mainly posting to Twtter (at twitter.com/universalhub) if you want to follow along (with the caveat that data service tends to disappear when large crowds gather).
For the third weekend in a row, teens, many from suburbs, ran through the streets of the North End tonight. This time, though, Boston Police were grabbing and arresting some of them, NorthEndWaterfront.com reports.
Mei Mei Street Kitchen reports that tomorrow it will donate all proceeds from the sale of its signature Double Awesome sandwiches to the Southern Poverty Law Center: Read more.
Longtime Brighton residents are starting to forget a time when the front steps of Brighton Municipal Court didn't look like the aftermath of a meteor strike.
State officials keep promising to fix the steps, but don't because they keep finding more things wrong with the courthouse that also need fixing and keep throwing those things onto an ever expanding project list. Read more.
The Melnea Cass Recreation Complex, 120 Martin Luther King Blvd., holds its annual Cass Family Olympics Day, noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, in memory of Melnea Cass, who started her long career in civil justice by helping black women register to vote after the enactment of suffrage in 1920 and who later helped found ABCD.
Besides free food, there will be a swim meet, bouncy houses and face painting and volleyball with a giant inflatable ball.
Mayor Walsh says he'll be spending Saturday going from one barbecue to another in Boston's neighborhoods, many as part of annual "unity" events at the city's housing projects.
That, he says, is how Bostonians should react to tomorrow's racism rally at the Parkman Bandstand. Read more.
"Minor" delays on the Orange Line to Oak Grove as a results, the MBTA advises.
WBZ reports on the incident on Trenton Street yesterday.
Eric Ballard asks:
I need some help/advice: best BBQ joints in Boston proper (or RL Cambridge). Kansas City/NC preferred.
The Herald reports.
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