East Boston (EaBo) loft coming in several months, 14'+ ceilings, walk to airport station, 800 square feet + 400 sf mezzanine, AC, roof rights, all stainless steel appliances, brand new. Don't wait to inquire. Come to Boston Magazine "hottest city neighborhood".
EaBo? EaFRICKINBo? I guess only people who drink SoBe can live in EaBo. Why not highlight its proximity to Logan Airport? EaBoLa!
Do you know the trick to get to the second quest of the original â€œLegend of Zeldaâ€?
Do you feel that â€œSelf Portraitâ€ is an underrated Dylan classic?
If you answered yes to any of the questions (or if you like comedy) then you might enjoy â€œWeymouth After Dark.â€ â€œWeymouth After Darkâ€ is a comedy/talk show that is eccentric, informative and, I can assure you, quite unlike anything else on TV. So if you get BNN channel 23 (and you probably do) , or know someone who does, please check it out :
(have a pen, crayon, quill, stone tablet ready?)
â€œWeymouth After Darkâ€ will air
Thursdays at Midnight on Channel 23
(and on Weymouth Channel 10 fridays at 10, and staurdays at 1130)
Tell a friend. Set those VCRs .
We have a talented and funny cast and crew and will be showing a brand new episode this week so I genuinely appreciate it if you could tune in.
Again thanks much for your continued support.
â€œHands down, the funniest show of TV.â€
Write it down now, take a stand against procrastination! See you on Thursday.
Not to be Missed! Not to be Missed! Not to be Missed!
Moral. Instructive. Educational. Weymouth After Dark Thursdays/Midnight on Channel 23 in Boston.
It was news to Charles (and, OK, me, too), that Stony Brook runs under Doyle's in JP - it being of little actual interest to pretty much anybody until the city decided to auction off the land and somebody outbid Doyle's. Charles digs up the history of the brook, specifically, the Boston Street Department's 1892 annual report, which discusses progress in controlling the brook after the Great Stony Brook Flood of 1886 by basically turning it into a sewer:
... Stony Brook, the largest of the city's watercourses, is now provided with an ample outlet, and gives little trouble. The effect of the development of its water-shed can be seen, however, in the increasing rapidity and height to which it rises now at every rain, compared to what it did eight years ago, although now its outlet is ample in size, and then it was not. ...
He adds that if one looks carefully, you can still find remnants of some of the industrial buildings built along the brook.
... So I finally woke up one morning and realized that there is absolutely no good reason for me to stay in Wellesley. I don't belong here. I'm young, and single, and I like the city. So I've been looking at places in the South End. ...
... I don't know if the death of Weld's idol Jerry Garcia in August 1995 was the catalyst, but that is about when Weld seems to have diverted from his career aspirations. Instead of positioning himself to run for president in 2000, as many believed he would, he decided to run for U.S. Senate in 1996 against John Kerry, who was admittedly beatable, except that Republicans were weakened nationally with Bob Dole as the nominee giving Bill Clinton long coattails. ...
... Of course you can meet all of your favorite Boston-area Unitarian Universalist bloggers â€” Tom of Prophet Motive, the mysterious PeaceBang, the equally mysterious Fausto, Philocrites (and Mrs Philocrites!), Adam of Unity, Rick "Transparent Eye" Heller, Paul Wilczynski â€” who am I forgetting? â€” and hopefully I can even lure Pericles down from his New Hampshire polis. There are even rumors that Scott Wells (the Boy in the Bands) and Chalicechick may trek all the way from Washington, D.C. And I hope my ecumenical blogging buddies will come, too. ...
... Nuestro plato tenÃa: huevo duro y agua con sal, charoset (manzana rallada con nuez, vino y azÃºcar), lechuga, un poco de wasabi y los 3 panes sin levadura - matza, separados por los dobleces de una servilleta. ...