A fight that started with one patron at Rumor cutting in front of another to get into the women's room on Feb. 10 spiraled into a roving brawl across Stuart Street that left one woman with a sliced forehead, another punched repeatedly in the face and a third with a fingernail ripped completely off.
Before the melee was over, police from as far away as Charlestown were responding to quell the violence and arrest people who simply refused to stop fighting even when ordered to by men in uniforms with guns.
The school named after the Supreme Court justice lets students bring libel complaints against each other. Which one did, but only after first filing a complaint with campus police (second to last item) about how his group had been wronged on a Web site.
District C-6 reports a series of break-ins along West Broadway early on March 20. Places hit: Cafe Arpeggio, the Clock Tavern, Three Clover Pizza and the Black Thorn. In all four cases, the front door was pried open and money taken. The Black Thorn also lost five bottles of liquor.
AK's Pizza on D Street was also broken into that night, through a rear door.
Conor Yunits runs the numbers, thinks Southie and disaffected union rank-and-file will still go heavily for Lynch, swamping the lefties of Jamaica Plain:
... If a Wu or Dunkelbarger candidacy is intended just to send Lynch some sort of message that liberals are pissed ... I'm guessing he already knows that. But if liberals actually think they could oust Lynch in the 9th over his health care vote?