Tweet Cheeks reports from the Back Bay City Sports: They've only marked stuff down 10%. Ditto at the Downtown Crossing outlet, MG reports. Savvy going-out-of-business-sales fans know the deep discounts don't start the first day - and even when they do, be wary, because liquidation pros sometimes mark stuff up first so they don't lose out that much when they mark it down.
Katia was on the Esplanade this evening when three Santas in a camo gun boat came roaring by. Nobody better mess with Santas in speedboats.
Karen Kast-McBridge was on Stuart Street in front of the Transportation Building at just the right moment to catch the setting sun today.
Then she posts her video.
JB Parrett took a walk along the Esplanade today.
A concerned citizen complains about the situation on Clarendon near Back Bay station:
For the past 3 hours there has been a vague ringing tone in the Back Bay/ South End border near the Back Bay Station/ Mass Pike, but the source is unclear. Please investigate. It can be heard for several blocks around the neighborhood.
Quality Mart on Mass. Ave. at Beacon Street reports it was held up this morning by this guy - and is asking anybody who sees him to contact Boston Police.
Have a happy, haunted Halloween!
Image: The Ghost in the Library. McKim building, Copley Square. Photograph by Stephen Bastide, 2014.
Kathleen O'Donnell looked up this morning, but couldn't see very far.
Only a few hours after the Silber footbridge decapitated a truck, a slightly more alert truck driver narrowly managed to avoid a similar fate - and luckily for him, fellow commuters, such as Scrams, were in no mood to get out of their cars and tell him what they thought of having their rush hour extended.
The man, who appeared to be in his 40s, had no identification on him, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports, adding his body was recovered on the Boston side of the river.
A preliminary examination of the body did not reveal an obvious cause of death; the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner will attempt to determine the cause and manner of his death.
A homeless man was ordered held yesterday at his arraignment on charges that he beat a man into unconsciousness Sunday night on a commuter-rail platform at Back Bay - then returned the next morning to tell police the still unconscious man had been attacked by somebody else - the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.