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By - 11/8/13 - 6:50 am

Updated

At least two trains died on the Red Line this morning, one around 6:30 a.m. at Porter and another a little more than an hour later just outside Alewife.

It was the latter death that bollixed up the morning commute. At 8:19 a.m., Jessica tweeted:

Commuters have been waiting at N Quincy since 7:35am. When will there be room on the

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By - 11/4/13 - 8:16 pm

The Harvard Crimson provides a comprehensive guide for Cambridge voters for tomorrow's election.

By - 11/3/13 - 5:13 pm

Cambridge Police report they are investigating 20 housebreaks in apartment buildings along Mass. Ave.:

In a high percentage of these incidents the point of entry has been through an unlocked window between the hours of 7:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m.

By - 10/28/13 - 8:51 pm

At Porter Square, around 8:35 p.m.

By - 10/28/13 - 2:31 pm

Cambridge Day reports on the downstairs neighbor of Upstairs on the Square in Harvard Square, which is moving out.

By - 10/28/13 - 7:56 am

The deceased train is at Harvard; platforms at other stations are filling rapidly.

Green Line trolleys, meanwhile, died at Coolidge Corner and near Copley Square.

By - 10/23/13 - 7:22 am

Cambridge Day sounds the alarm.

"We have unleashed the fury," City Councilor Ken Reeves warns, in a story illustrated, of course, with a photo showing "the size of a dead Cambridge rat compared with an adult man’s foot."

Mike the Mad Biologist, who, as a Back Bay resident, knows something about rats, was amazed by what he saw in Central Square last night::... Read more

By - 10/22/13 - 2:24 pm

UPDATE: Service came back on shortly after 4 p.m.

Matt Robbins reports:

Verizon data conduit damaged last night at 800 Boylston. Major outage for downtown Boston

800 Boylston is the Prudential Center. One frustrated network administrator says the outage is going on 15+ hours:

Affecting hundreds of companies in Boston and Cambridge. Worst outage I've seen in 7 years of working in

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By - 10/22/13 - 7:50 am

The T will be running buses instead of trains over the Longfellow this weekend as workers get the tracks ready for the extensive repairs planned for the bridge. Also:

Bicyclists will be asked to walk their bikes on the sidewalk across the Longfellow Bridge to ensure the safety of all bridge users. On Saturday, October 26, there will be alternating single lane closures on Memorial

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By - 10/20/13 - 11:03 pm
Head of the Charles Regatta racers

Stevil was among the people who watched the Head of the Charles this weekend.

Photographynatalia also took regatta photos. RedSox223 posted photos, too.

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By - 10/19/13 - 8:21 pm
Head of the Charles Regatta

Colin Steele watched the Head of the Charles today from Memorial Driver in Cambridge.

Posted under this Creative Commons license and in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.... Read more

By - 10/17/13 - 9:31 am

Outbound at Kendall, just as rush hour was ending.

By - 10/15/13 - 10:06 am
Big yellow chicken

Rob Bellinger watched Honk in the culmination of its annual weekend - a march wending through Somerville and Cambridge yesterday on its annual joyful-noise way from Davis Square to Harvard Square.

Greg Cook also took plenty of Honk photos:

Honk parade

Mike Ball took Honk photos, as well:

By - 10/13/13 - 12:10 pm
Breakfast drinks

The Russell House Tavern in Harvard Square has rolled out some new drinks: Apple Jacks infused AppleJack, Cinnamon Toast Crunch Mudslides, Cocoa Puff Smashes and Golden Graham Manhattans.

By - 10/10/13 - 5:07 pm

Seacoast Online reports the owner of Friendly Toast has sold the place to a pair of New Hampshire entrepreneurs, who plan "culinary-driven" enhancements for the restaurant, which serves other breakfast goods besides toast.

Via Eater Boston.

By - 10/5/13 - 11:04 am
Kenny

Transit Police report arresting a Boston man on charges he groped a woman on a Red Line train around 3:30 p.m. yesterday.

Police say officers responded to Central Square, where they found the woman who said she'd been attacked, and who then pointed out the suspect, still on the train:

Other passengers who witnessed the Assault also came forward and positively identified the perpetrator

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By - 10/4/13 - 8:40 am
Wanted for Camrbridge bank robbery

Cambridge Police have released photos of the man robbing the East Boston Savings Bank branch on Mass. Ave. on Tuesday.

If you know a 50-something guy with a camo hat and a gun, let detectives know at 617-349-3368.

By - 10/2/13 - 6:39 am

Cambridge Day reports the owner of the Middle East in Central Square wants to buy the building the club is in. To pay for the purchase, he says he'd want to add four or five stories of residential units above the club.

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