JB Parrett savored the sunset over the Charles River and the Back Bay.
First Brian Poe announced he was shutting the Rattlesnake on Boylston Street. Then it looked like it might re-open. Nope, Boston Restaurant Talk reports.
Christina couldn't help but notice this really tall turkey in Copley Square this afternoon:
It was the weirdest scene. Literally rehearsing a scene with a kid and a skateboard and sad turkey...
State Police report a marked State Police cruiser at Commonwealth Avenue and Berkeley Street around 2:50 a.m.
The crash also caused two other vehicles to be struck, one of them parked, before the taxi fled the scene. The crash also caused damage to a light pole and fence.
There were no injuries, State Police say.
The MBTA is reporting the dreaded "severe" delays inbound between Hynes and Park Street on the Green Line due to a signal snafu at Copley. Outbound delays are merely "moderate."
David reports it took him 70 minutes to get from Washington Square in Brookline to Government Center.
Casie Gillette stopped to look at the hawk outside somebody's front door on Commonwealth Avenue in the Back Bay today.
Molly Lanzarotta enjoyed the local color in Copley Square today.
Beth Treffeisen reports that Northeastern is looking to lease roughly 80,000 square feet of space in the Christian Science publishing complex off Mass. Ave. for office and storage space.
Kara Sassone found yet another truck driver astute enough to not plow into a bridge after ignoring the CARS ONLY sign on Storrow Drive this morning.
A federal judge has approved a lawsuit settlement in which Commonwealth Academy in Springfield will change its name to Springfield Commonwealth Academy and the Commonwealth School in the Back Bay will pay the academy $25,000 to cover the costs of the name change. Read more.
HBO's documentary on the Boston Marathon bombings (done with the Globe) premieres on Nov. 21.
Paula Tennyson shares what she saw on her roof deck at Mass. Ave. and Comm. Ave. this afternoon.
WFXT, meanwhile, reports the reason the driver couldn't open the doors all at once was because the train was not fully in the station - and that the T is sending him to reeducation because he should have gotten on the PA and told riders he was going to have to open each door individually.
Passengers on an outbound Orange Line train busted out windows when the train filled with smoke and the doors wouldn't open shortly before 5 p.m.
WBZ reports three people were taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation.
The train driver reported a "pop" and some sparks as his train entered the station; possibly due to a motor sparking and setting trash on the tracks on fire. Read more.