The Globe reports on the 25-cents-an-hour spaces.
The US Attorney's office today announced the arrest of a woman who helped set up a fake business to suck money out of local brides-to-be and bridal businesses for an alleged show at the Hynes that never took place.
Scooterdude updates us on the impending arrival of his new multi-colored, professional-grade sail.
AlertNewEngland reports a guy with a knife made off with somebody's iPad at Boylston and Dartmouth streets around 3 p.m. today - and then ran down Dartmouth toward the South End.
He's described as black, about 5'10" with a muscular build. He was wearing a dark shirt with blue letters on it.
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You find the most-interesting things in a barber shop.
Here are a couple photos of pages from the April 1925 issue of Real Estate News newspaper, "Dedicated to the Development and Welfare of Boston and New England and to those who Own, Occupy, Sell or Manage Real Estate".
On the cover is a story on plans to completely rehab an existing building on Newbury Street. The renovation did take place, as Bostonians know, as the property was the location of Kakas Furs
fur for many years. In the left-hand corner of the page is a photo of the building as it existed circa 1925.
Inside the newspaper is a short article entitled "WHY BOXES REMAIN ON THE STREET" regarding trash receptacles in the Back Bay.
TKOG reports that when she saw a bunch of smirky teens videoing what appeared to be a struggle between a mother and her mentally ill daughter at the BPL main library in Copley Square, she took action:
The Boston Herald reports that Boston health inspectors closed DeLuca's Market on Newbury Street after learning that it was selling food damaged by the Charles Street store's fire last week.
The Herald reports today that Geoffrey's, which started out in the Back Bay and South End and then moved to Roslindale, is planning a second outlet, back in the Back Bay. Or as the Herald proclaims:
Geoffrey's Cafe preps for return to Hub
Ladybug's Leaf looked down from a bridge over the Muddy River in the Back Bay Fens yesterday and spotted a pair of fish.
Because the thought that Boston Police have a mobile security tower like the one parked outside Copley Place is kind of depressing. Peter the Gr8 took the photo and looked around for Snake Plissken.
Boston Police tweet an air-conditioning pipe exploded this morning at 33 Exeter St., but that nobody was injured.
Boston police have cordoned off the area in front of the BPL facing Copley Square and closed that block of Dartmouth St. because of a suspicious package, which looked to me like a black canvas briefcase leaning against a trash can.