Alan O'Hare told tales of his trips to the auld sod (tip: Don't bring a map, just ask for directions, and you'll be well taken care of) on Primrose Street this afternoon as part of Roslindale Porch Fest.
In between his stories, Colin Kadis and friends played Irish instrumental tunes as 20 or so people listened:
It was just one of many performances across the neighborhood in the second annual Roslindale event.
Later, Geoff Pango and Mr. Curt played acoustic rock in the parklet on Cohasset Street in Roslindale Square:
Gary Chase took in a group called 2 1/2 Drummers at Washington Street and Atherton Avenue:
Cambridge Police report a Dorchester man was stabbed and chomped at Bishop Allen Drive and Douglas Street after he took umbrage to a remark one of two guys out in the street made about his wife around 2 a.m. today.
During the fight that broke out after the man issued a verbal rebuttal to the remark, one of the suspects pulled out a knife and stabbed the victim in the arm, police say. One of the two men also bit him in the leg before scurrying off.
Police say the man and his wife made their way to a Boston hospital for treatment.
The suspects are both described as being about 5'8" and in their mid-20s, police say. They declined to say what they said.
Transit Police report arresting a Roslindale resident they say dropped trou and began some knob polishing in the men's room at Back Bay station while another man was just trying to micturate around 2:30 p.m. yesterday.
Neville Pinnock, 66, was charged with open and gross lewdness after the other man left and found an officer, who entered the men's room to find Pinnock still there, police say.
Last month, police arrested a man they say insisted on using a sink in the women's room at the station as a urinal.