And his wife declares he's not a bigot. Glad that's settled.
The Crimson reports Harvard, Cambridge and State Police will be patrolling the areas around Harvard upperclass residences next Wednesday to keep freshmen from getting bombed as part of the annual celebration of housing assignments:
Dingman cited safety as a primary motivation for the increased... Read more
Around 9:20 p.m., Geneva Grocery, 385 Geneva Ave., was held up by a man with a gun. He was described as 5'10", thin and possibly Cape Verdean. He wore a black jacket, a gray hoodie and a yellow ski mask.
Boston Restaurant Talk reports the Parlour on Centre Street is now an ex-pizza place.
Brian Appel, co-founder of Boston Calling, is scheduled to appear before the Mayor's Office of Consumer Affairs and Licensing on March 12 to seek licenses for both the already announced May 23-25 music festival on City Hall Plaza and for a second weekend of music Sept. 5-7, also on City Hall Plaza.
The application does not specify band names.
The hearing starts at 10 a.m. in the office's eighth-floor hearing room in City Hall.
Greg Hum looked out his window this afternoon to see two people walking across the Charles.
The Dorchester Reporter alerts us that the perpetual candidate has sued Secretary of State William Galvin for barring her from the Democratic ballot for Carlos Henriquez's old seat on the grounds she didn't switch from being a Republican to being a Democrat in time this time.
The Boston Business Journal reports.
Mark Garfinkel posts a series of photos from Deer Island of the president's plane arriving in Boston yesterday.
Bos Guy attended the AIDS Action Committee's annual fundraiser the other night.