We can't be the only people who used to think Rte. 9 ended (or began) somewhere in the area of the Riverway overpass just past Brookline Village. Now, thanks to the industrious beavers at MassDOT, we know it continues down Huntington Avenue to at... Read more
Mike the Mad Biologist shows us what happens when a large willow by the Public Garden Lagoon loses a large branch - fortunately, with nobody under it at the time.
It's bad enough when stores put Halloween candy out in July. Do we really need to start worrying about Allston Christmas in August? Too damn early, as Nikki illustrates with this photo of a rental truck whose driver was forced to back up around 12:45 p.m. on Storrow Drive today, when he realized he was never going to fit into that teeny little... Read more
BosGuy gets a tour inside the soon-to-open Berkeley Street restaurant and bar and likes what he sees.
Suspicious package is between Fairfield and Exeter, reported around 1:45 p.m.
UPDATE: Street re-opened around 2:10 p.m.... Read more
Anjali Agarwal wonders where she can get some.
Suitsupply, based in Amsterdam, is eying the perpetually under-renovation Ciao Bella space at 240 Newbury St. for a possible clothing store and cafe, an attorney for building owner Joseph Cimino said today.
Attorney Stephen Miller explained the possible deal to the Boston Licensing Board in yet another bid to get Cimino more time to actually use the liquor license he holds for the space.
As... Read more
Seems Fisher College wants to expand on Beacon Street and some Back Bay residents are organizing to prevent the collapse of western civilization this would bring about.
A 26-year-old from Troy, NY was arrested yesterday on charges she defauded the One Fund out of $480,000 - the amount of a payment she got for a brain injury state officials say she didn't get during the Boston Marathon bombings.
Audrea Gause was picked up in Troy yesterday afternoon on a charge of larceny over $250, the state Attorney General's office reports.
Unlike... Read more