Marshfield man, 44, taken to Beth Israel Deaconess; expected to live.
Birmingham Parkway and Lincoln St.
Two suspects fled into the Fidelis Way housing project.
136 Washington St.
Quite the beefy brawl in Brighton over whether a bull should grace the neighborhood's 200th-anniversary seal, Brighton having started out as butcher to the world (you can ponder its history over a steak at the Stockyard on North Market Street). On Pasquinade, Amy plays peacemaker, suggesting some non-bovine alternatives, including:
... Why not put a keg in a plastic tub on the logo? Perhaps a crumpled can of PBR? A girl in purple eyeshadow and too-tall heels, passed out on a couch? A red Solo cup? You could also reference Allston-Brighton's slow-ass T line and show a B-line car, stopped at a red light, fists of passengers popping out of the windows. ...
Brighton already has a seal, just not one specifically for its 200th anniversary:
Seven Arrested at Brighton House Party - at 2:09 a.m.
Man opens door to what he thought was a friend but instead was two armed guys demanding money. They fled in victim's car.
Police arrested John Brennan, 34, of Brighton and charged him with Home invasion.
19 Harriet St.
Man yells at car that almost ran him over; car stops, passenger gets out with knife and tells man to mind his own business.
Michael Hathaway, 41, of Chelsea and Andrew Cacciatore, 30, of Waltham arrested.
Commonwealth Ave. and Warren St.
Is it normal to feel murderous rage at 1:00AM Friday night/Saturday morning because your stupid-ass 20-something idiot neighbors are being loud and drunk and keep running in and out of the apartment building and talking loudly outside about how awesome they and all their friends are? ...
Victim taken to Brigham and Womens with injury not considered life threatening.
16 Lawrence St.
Man, 28, from Allston, brought to Beth Israel Deaconess with injury not considered life threatening.
Lincoln and Antwerp streets
Man places BB gun against back of delivery man's head, demands the pizza.
Darnell Martin, 18, of Dorchester, arrested - found with money, receipts from the pizza place and a BB gun
1625 Commonwealth Ave.
Clerk reports white male entered station, walked behind counter and threatened him with a knife; then took $500 from the register.
Market and N. Beacon streets
Guy walks into the Store 24, shows knife, demands money.
Clerk says he doesn't have any, suspect picks up lottery machine, throws it to ground, then flees.
241 Market St.
While clerk rang up their purchase, two man demanded his money - one after pulling a large kitchen knife from his coat.
241 Market St.
... It is a mystery to me how a place like Boston can have so many neighborhoods with a ton of young people where the only businesses are terrible pizza places, rental agencies, and dry cleaners. A good portion of Boston is like living in Woburn, except you pay more. ...
David worries what will happen in Brighton in Tuesday's special election:
There's a real risk that the "progressive" vote in next Tuesday's special election to fill Brian Golden's seat in the 18th Suffolk district will be split between two candidates, Tim Schofield and Michael Moran. And the result, if that happens, could be disastrous, as it could mean victory for ex-Golden aide Greg Glennon. Golden was a true DINO who campaigned for President Bush and now works for the Romney administration, and Glennon can be expected to carry on Golden's distinctly non-progressive ways if he wins. ...