Gourmet Dumpling House on Beach Street in Chinatown feels you have a right to know.
Press Pass Tv is a nonprofit organization that engages youth in advocacy journalism to tell the stories of communities working for change. Jean Grae performed at the 3rd Eye open 11th Hip Hop Festival. Press PassTv was able to catch Jean before her performance. She discussed her record sales and her old school flavor. Jean described how she maintained her own identity and how we... Read more
Cure Lounge today signed a consent settlement that ends a state investigation into the way it shut a post-Game party by black Harvard graduates in November, the state Attorney General's office announced.
The consent settlement requires the club to pay a $30,000 fine, send its workers to anti-discrimination workshops and issue this statement:
The owners, managers and employees of Cure Lounge wish... Read more
Boston Police report arresting a Lynnfield man inside the East Ocean City Restaurant on Beach Street around 5 this morning, where he had allegedly dropped on a table to flop like a fish:
Upon entering the building, officers located a white male, who appeared to be extremely intoxicated, lying on a table inside the establishment. When asked to explain why he was inside the... Read more
For the second day in a row, Orange Line service was interrupted by a trash fire on the tracks at a station, this time at Chinatown. Boston Fireman reports the fire started shortly before 3 p.m. on the inbound side and that firefighters made short work of it.
Where to begin? Oh, yeah, with the fire at Chinatown on the Orange Line that stopped service. Then there's the downed wire at Wood Island, leading to premature termination of the Blue Line at Maverick. The Red Line had a recalcitrant switch at Alewife. And the Green Line has turned into the Snail Line.
On a positive note, no delays reported on the... Read more
Paul Villanova, a graduate film student at BU who produced and directed the short, says he's "very interested in shooting the parts of the city you rarely see in local student films (i.e., anything that isn't the B Line)."... Read more
Did you resolve to “do more good” in the world? Join Socializing for Justice and make your New Year’s resolution count this year!
Meet like-minded progressives at Connecting for Justice on January 27 from 6-9PM at Lir Irish Pub and get connected to great social justice organizations in Boston. Have you been lurking on SoJust? It’s time to meet the friendly faces of the group... Read more
The city licensing office has ordered an 11-day suspension of the entertainment license for Venu, following a November melee at the Warrenton Street club that took cops from across the city - and repeated shots of pepper spray - to break up.
The Boston Licensing Board - a separate state agency - could add even more time to the punishment following its own hearing... Read more
The Herald reports.
Managers at Rumor, 100 Warrenton St., say they immediately began using metal detectors after a bouncer was stabbed during a brawl in the club this past July, with a knife one patron apparently smuggled in under his junk.
But that may not be enough to keep the club out of hot water with the Boston Licensing Board, which decides Thursday what to do about the... Read more
The Harvard Crimson gets the Cure Lounge's version of events at that post-Game black alumni event from PRmeister George Regan: Basically, there were troublemaking gang bangers trying to get in, and it's the alumni group's fault for not getting party-goers to bring Harvard or Yale IDs.
Police report that club security managed to break up a fight but that when they and a detail officer were escorting one of the alleged pugilists out, general mayhem erupted and the detail officer,... Read more