Michael Moran says the National Women's Hockey League owes him lots of money for what he says is his part ownership of the league and time he spent working as the league's chief marketing officer. Read more.
Nilesh Gandhi captured our latest near-Storrowing tonight - and the "CARS ONLY" warning sign at the entrance to Storrow inbound at Charlesgate that the trucker plowed through.
The Riverside Line has degraded to "moderate" delays due to a trolley mistaking its tracks for the River Styx.
Boston Restaurant Talk reports it could be re-opened as a place called Tony C's.
Josh Kantor, the organist at Fenway Park, is playing tributes to Prince in between innings of today's game:
1st inning, Fenway organ: Prince's "Little Red Corvette"
2nd inning, Fenway organ: Prince's "Purple Rain"
3rd inning, Fenway organ: Prince's "Take Me With U"
Fenway organ, 4th inning: Prince's "Raspberry Beret"
Because one of the first lessons might be about how you shouldn't install a sign so that it blocks a traffic signal, as a concerned citizen complains, in this case about a new sign at the Fenway and Agassiz Road.
The Boston Licensing Board last week ordered a one-day suspension for the House of Blues after police found vendor tables set up after a March concert were causing too much of a bottleneck at the main exits.
Updated, 1:20 p.m.
An Eversource power cable near Woodland station burst into flames, shorting out service on the D Line. The T is now busing passengers between Riverside and Newton Highlands.
WBZ reports the seared cable also means no service for some 3,800 Eversource customers in Newton.
Patty Neal reports she scored some of that Polar Seltzer Unicorn Kisses elixir.
I thought it tasted like cantaloupe. Not great. And it didn't sparkle when I poured it. ... It IS carbonated, it just didn't sparkle or shoot rainbows.... #expectations
Jeremy Selwyn, one of the region's foremost potato-chip experts, reports fans of Wise potato chips could get pretty fried when they go to a Red Sox game this year: The Sox have switched their official potato chips from Wise to Lay's.
Tyler unveiled her Web site today, although Politico reports she actually filed papers to run on March 16.
Also running: Monica Monique Cannon, also of Roxbury.
Shortly after 9:30 a.m., a man walked into the Citizens Bank branch at 560 Commonwealth Ave. and gave a teller a note demanding money, but then fled without any money.
He's described as white, tall, wearing sunglasses and a white or gray hoodie.