617 Images captured the Swan Boats back in the Public Garden Lagoon yesterday.
Makezine reports MakerBot shut its three retail stores, including the one in Boston, and laid off 100 workers.
Bill and Denise Richard explain why they want federal prosecutors to offer the convicted murderer life without parole instead of seeking his execution:
The BRA was scheduled to vote on a proposed 52-story residential building atop the mall yesterday, but the Globe reports the authority put off the vote because community groups continue to protest the number of affordable housing units as too low.
JC Considine was on hand for the blessed event.
Police shut the intersection of Berkeley Street and St. James Avenue around 1:50 .m. to let the bomb squad take a look at. Around 2:15 p.m., the bomb squad determined it was harmless.
Protesters marching in support of a $15 minimum wage in Massachusetts are marching down Boylston Street and in the Chinatown area this rush hour.
Before they got to Boylston, the Back Bay protesters shut down Huntington at Mass. Ave., as URNotInvisible shows us:
Across the city today, winter-weary Bostonians shed their coats, or, at least, unzipped them a bit as they marveled at temperatures that approached 60.
In the Public Garden, as 617 Images shows us, a couple actually had a picnic:
There was a larger version of this memorial around (I've only seen it in photos) as well as this smaller version which is or was usually out on Boylston St. Does anyone know who takes care of it--I understand that it's taken in at night. It hasn't been around in a while.
On all 30 counts. Adam Reilly is livetweeting the Tsarnaev verdict.
JB Parrett enjoyed the return of above-freezing temperatures to the Charles last night.
UPDATE, 10:49 a.m. Suspicious bag no longer suspicious, roads re-opened.
The bomb squad is on the way to Dartmouth Street and Stuart Street to investigate a duffle bag just sitting on the sidewalk.
Dartmouth is shut at Columbus, State Police have been asked to block the Back Bay ramp from the turnpike.
Weissy wondered why a Canadian-flagged helicopter was flying low over the Back Bay this morning - Advance scout for the long feared Canadian invasion?
James H. sets our fears of incoming Dudley Do-Rights to rest: Our very own US Coast Guard is running some exercises with their counterparts from the Great White North.
The kidlet and I made our annual trek to the Pru to check out the costumes for Anime Boston. As always, it didn't disappoint, except for maybe the fact there were no Tron characters.
Thousands of costumed con goers flitted through both the Hynes and the Pru, where they mixed with bemused tourists and a few little kids, who found themselves watching an impromptu parade.
Firefighters responded to Back Bay station around 11 p.m. for what turned out to be a small trash fire on Track 7.
Meanwhile, Transit Police went in search of somebody spotted traipsing down the tracks around the same time.
The prosecution rested yesterday after its final witness against Dzokhar Tsarnaev, a medical examiner, detailed what happened to Martin Richard. Now Tsarnaev's lawyers try to save his life by building a case that he was just a little puppy dog following his brother's lead.
J. Patience was startled by the retail-lease sign on the side of the new wing of the under-renovation BPL main library in Copley Square.
Earlier this month, BPL trustees issued an RFP for companies interested in leasing the space, at the corner of Boylston and Exeter in the under-renovation Johnson wing.