Marisssa Breton captured the sky over the Charles around 4:50 p.m., right before it was deluged.
JB Parrett watched as a gaggle of goslings made their way along the Charles today.
Why, yes, that is a man with a bag on his head down on the Esplanade.
Copyright Stevil. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.
State Police report recovering the parts shortly after noon, near the BU sailing pavilion.
The origin of the partial remains is the subject of an ongoing investigation. In order to protect the integrity of that ongoing investigation, no further information about the partial remains is being released at this time. The public may be assured, however, that based on the investigation to date, the discovered remains do not indicate any ongoing threat to public safety.
Authorities are trying to figure out the identity of a man in his 20s whose body was removed from the Charles River near the Community Boating boathouse this afternoon.
"The death does not appear suspicious at this time, but the facts and circumstances remain under investigation," a spokesman for the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports, adding investigators are checking with local colleges.
JB Parrett photographed the Zakim from the Charles River Dam.
Atinuke Diver reports she was running on the Cambridge side of the river, across from the MIT tennis courts, this morning, when a man approached her, exposed himself and then started fondling himself.
Not sure what leads someone to spend a beautiful Sunday Mothers Day morning sexually harassing/assaulting Boston & Cambridge women runners.
JB Parrett took another walk along the Charles this evening.
JB Parrett looked down the Charles on a rainy May Day.
Jared Wickerham spent some time on the Esplanade at sunset today.
JB Parrett watched the clouds come in over the Charles in advance of the rain forecast for tomorrow.
A diverse group of residents, commuters, transportation advocates, business owners, and elected officials packed a standing-room only Jackson Mann Community Center last night for the first MassDOT public meeting of the Mass Pike Interchange Improvement Project.
When you're rich, people listen to you. And you get to build monuments to wacky ideas with no proof behind them.
JB Parrett took a moment to look across the Charles.