Jon Wallach took this photo of Soldiers Field Road today.
Can't blame a citizen for trying, in this case a Brighton citizen who looked down today, saw a lack of snow and asked this lady to stop saving a space in front of her Hobart Street home:
She told me the spots were hers and anyone that parked there would regret it.
Meanwhile, across town, a roving UHub photographer captured the scene today on Victoria Street in Savin Hill:
Shortly before 11 a.m. at 501 Washington St.
Dan Podheiser asks:
Anyone know a Brighton area restaurant that delivers homemade matzoh ball soup? Preferably made by my Jewish grandmother.
An annoyed citizen in Brighton is slowly losing his or her mind due to music being played at the Lady of Fatima Shrine off Washington Street:
Unnecessary and unreasonable noise pollution emanating from loudspeakers mounted to exterior of Lady of Fatima Shrine building on a regular basis. Music is frequently audible from inside of residence over 300 feet away. Music plays on a daily basis for hours on end and has been left playing overnight on several occasions. Music is left playing while nobody is attending services or visiting shrine the majority of the time. Have made multiple visits to ask if they can turn it down when it is too loud, only to find that there is nobody inside the building.
Boston Police report they are looking for three young people in connection with vandalism at Our Lady of Presentation Church on Washington Street sometime between Nov. 23 and 25.
Around 12:40 a.m. on Brooks Street, near Gerrish. Police are looking for two men, one of whom fired into the second floor from the sidewalk. The two then ran down Gerrish.
Around sunset, Scott Eisen watched a cold front moving over the Chestnut Hill Reservoir.
South Shoretwit watched the front over the South Shore:
Photos copyright Scott Eisen and South Shoretwit respectively.
The campus newspaper wishes BC fans hadn't spent their energies yelling "Fuck Northeastern" at a Friday hockey match:
The growing number of students who use obscenities in chants at home BC hockey games is unacceptable, and the student body and Athletics must move to end the practice.
There were no injuries, but more than a dozen residents had to flee into the chill morning air, the department says, adding residents on the 56 side will be allowed back in soon. Although the fire itself was confined to the basement, the building's heating ducts carried smoke to the upper floors.
The cause is under investigation.
Quality Market, 140 N. Beacon St., around 9:20 p.m., by men in black masks and hoodies.
The gunman was about 5'11" with a heavy build. Another was about 5'7" with black pants pulled down enough to show off his red undies. All spoke with Spanish accents, fled toward the nearby Faneuil project.
The Massachusetts Appeals Court today upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit by three Brighton residents against a major expansion plan by Boston College.
In their suit, residents said the BRA was a "quasi judicial" body and therefore violated the state constitution in approving a 10-year, $1.6-billion "institutional master plan" by holding private discussions with college officials and not swearing in people testifying in public on the proposal or letting the residents cross-examine anybody who testified. The result of the BRA process was changes to the city zoning code, which were then approved by the Boston Zoning Commission.
Rally outside the 'GBHplex in Brighton at 3 p.m. today to try to convince WGBH to drop David Koch from its foundation's board of trustees.