Stevil took in the Tanglewood 75th-anniversary simulcast in Copley Square tonight.
Boston Police report she was Anita Kurmann, 38, of Cambridge. Police say the collision remains under investigation.
Kurmann, a Swiss surgeon, was a research fellow at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, in the Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism division. The Globe talks to her colleagues.
The intersection of Mass Ave and Beacons St. outbound is the scene of a police investigation of a fatal bike accident.
Police Dispatcher said " We got a bicyclist struck, full notes." Read more.
Boston Magazine suggests nobody will ever slap an "iconic" label on the insurance company's proposed 26-story building on Stuart Street: Another Boring Glass Building to Rise in Boston.
A put-upon citizen files a complaint with the city about all the locks on the Mass. Ave. bridge over the turnpike near Boylston not because the weight is warping the bridge or will make the fence fall down but because:
A relationship should not be defined by human bondage and subjugation.
JB Parrett watched the evening storm roll in over the Back Bay.
Banker and Tradesman reports the Hancock Tower is now officially just 200 Clarendon St. Seems Hancock objected to having its name remain on the tower once it no longer owned it or rented any space in it.
For a city with residents who still refer to Rte. 128, that's going to be a hard sell, Hancock.
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State Rep. Jay Livingstone reports DCR has turned on its new Alfond Spraydeck on the Esplanade.
Our own Ron Newman reported yesterday:
When WGBH's Laura Carlo introduced the Handel and Haydn Society's youth choir at this afternoon's Boston Summer Arts Weekend, did she really have to announce from the stage that "these young people would never set off bombs on the other side of Copley Square?"
That struck me as poor taste, poor judgment, and an unwanted reminder of a tragic event that most of us here in Boston are trying to move beyond.
Chris Hayes shows us 111 Huntington Ave. at night.
Kathleen O'Donnell watched the sunset over the Lagoon in the Public Garden this evening.
Brinley Mooney looked out her window to see a car flipped on its side on Mass. Ave. between Beacon Street and the river.
A roving UHub photographer came upon a shut-down intersection of Beacon and Fairfield streets around 11:45 a.m. - and watched bomb-squad members suit up to investigate something suspicious in a car there.
A boater spotted a body floating in the Charles around 6:50 a.m. near the Mass. Ave. Bridge, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports:
The body is that of an adult female. Investigators have a tentative identification; procedurally, we will only release that ID if her death is believed to be a result of criminal conduct.
UPDATE: Tentatively identified as a Boston woman in her 30s.
Daniella Torres reports on a crash around 3:15 p.m. at the Back Bay intersection:
Just saw/heard terrible hit and run with a bike and a red (maybe gray trim) SUV at intersection of Mass Ave and Boylston.
Walking across street, heard crash, saw biker fly in air. Crowd (not me) got license plate, stayed until ambulance came.
Biker was in severe pain (head/leg) but talking. Guy in crowd made sure he didn't move his head & comforted him.