Nick Cosky walked along the Charles at sunrise (such as it was) this morning.
The first major snow of the season turned to ice and freezing rain, causing problems on local roads. Matt Allen shows us the scene on Clarendon Street in the Back Bay, where buses and cars got stuck.
Jason shows us the fresh snow around 2 a.m. on his Somerville street: Read more.
Like a lot of other people, we spent some time near the bridge over the Public Garden Lagoon today just marveling at the blooming cherry tree.
A tree in the Arnold Arboretum was also in full bloom.
MC Slim JB spotted this pheasant by the Loews Hotel on Berkeley Street today.
On Monday, the mayor's office announced the city would be showing the Winter Classic Bruins hockey game on a big screen in Copley Square.
But the Globe reports that NBC/Comcast has blocked the outdoor viewing because it owns the exclusive rights to the telecast and it's not going to let a bunch of people just watch it in a park.
A concerned citizen reports on a poor unloved Christmas tree just lying on the Commonwealth Avenue Mall:
Perfectly good Christmas Tree left on Comm. Ave Mall @ Hereford St. Been there over 12 hours. Its about a 9 footer. It was probably too big for someone's apartment and they just ditched it.
State Rep. Jay Livingstone (D-Back Bay) announced last night he's running for the 1st Suffolk and Middlesex senate seat being vacated by Anthony Petruccelli.
His announcement came only hours after neighboring state Rep. Aaron Michlewitz (D-North End) announced he wasn't going to run for the seat. Read more.
T workers managed to dispose of the carcass of a trolley that died at Cleveland Circle earlier this morning, but now there are signal issues at Copley jamming up the works.
Leslee spotted a driver who seemed a bit confused at what he saw in his rear-view mirror yesterday.
Nick McNulty captured this scene at Community Boating on the Charles River this afternoon.
Mike Piehl shows us the remains of a decapitated truck on Storrow this morning.
You've heard of Hawk Technology Systems, right? After all, they hold the patent on displaying videos on a PC and then storing them. Or, at least, they claim they do. Or did, until the patent expired last year. In any case, the company, which has filed 171 patent-infringement lawsuits since 2012 this week sued Berklee College for not paying it royalties for displaying and storing videos. Read more.