La Bibliotequetress stuck around just long enough to make sure the ducks didn't eat that guy by the bench yesterday.
JB Parrett enjoyed another sunset on the Charles a few days ago.
GM2059 shows us a near-Storrowing around noon at a Storrow Drive entrance. Guess there's no question this time whether or not there's a warning sign in place. The State Police cruiser on the left is blocking the road so the driver can back up, of course.
UPDATE, 7:10 p.m.: The bomb squad determined the package was not suspicious but was somebody's misplaced property.
Not only is the store now shut, but Boylston Street in front of the store is closed to pedestrians and motor vehicles.
Roving UHub photographer Ryan Smith happened upon this freshly Storrowed truck at Silber Way sometime after 11 a.m. today.
Around 3:45 a.m. at 285 Beacon St., Stanley Staco reports. Firefighters made short work of the mulch.
Julio Salado watched the sun come up over Kendall Square this morning:
Unmerited gift to practice Tai Chi Chuan on the Charles River docks to the rhythm of the universe.
Pro Palestinians and pro Israelis, their ranks for the most part separated by police, spent the early evening screaming at each other as they demanded justice from the other side.
The co-protests started on the steps of the BPL in Copley Square, moved over to Trinity Church, then went up Boylston, Charles and Beacon streets to the steps of the State House and then down... Read more
Julie C. watched the post-deluge sunset over the Charles this evening.
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Boston Fire Department spokesman Steve MacDonald reports:
Called to car parked in front of 88 Beacon St. at 12:38pm with an unattended... Read more
Sonja Alves reports:
Long, long shot but my sonâ€™s lovey is lost somewhere in Back Bay. Old tan bear with 2011 on the foot.
The bear also has a red bow on.
A concerned citizen complains about the lack of action outside the BPL in Copley Square:
Trio of would-be hip-hoppers have blocked off a large part of sidewalk in front of BPL and are not even dancing. Most boring show ever.
Microsoft, which apparently has more money than it knows what to do with, hired contractors to spend a couple days putting in a lawn on the Boylston Street side of the Pru so that its own workers can spend today giving harried city dwellers the chance to experience suburban life made even better with Microsoft products, just in case they were unaware the Pru has... Read more
Mister Jon reports the Prudential Center mall now has a vending machine that sells just pearls.
If you think you can guess which one, you'd be right.
Tristan was impressed with the fresh paint at Back Bay today:
Looks like Keolis did some enspiffening at #BackBay station! Nice change.
Ed. question: How long will the paint remain white in a station that fills with diesel fumes whenever a commuter-rail train pulls in?