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.
AOL's Patch hyperlocal network is advertising jobs for editors of new sites in Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Charlestown and the South End, as well as all of Boston, according to postings on the AOL corporate site.
The incursion is a full scale attack on, well, almost nobody, since boston.com has yet to set up a single Your Town hyperlocal site in the city it's named for. The South End News does have a longstanding site, unlike the Back Bay Courant, which doesn't get this InterWebs thing.
Boston Police report arresting a California man on charges he was selling counterfeit NBA finals tickets.
Edward S. Lopez, 42, of Whittier, CA, was arrested around 8:30 p.m. yesterday at the PF Chang's on Dalton Street in a sting set up with the help of a somebody who realized the $1,400 worth of tickets she had earlier bought from him via a Craigslist ad were fake:
Penny Cherubino reports the stink trees of the Back Bay are in full stench - a couple weeks earlier than last year.