Boston Restaurant Talk reports the well known JP restaurant has ceased to be.
Around 11:15 p.m. near Bucknam Street. A car and a tree were hit.
AA Market, open for two months at 138 South St., is seeking a license to sell beer and wine.
Owner Marcia Peguero Mojica today asked the Boston Licensing Board today to defer acting on her request until after she makes her her case to the Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council at a Sept. 8 meeting. Read more.
Oh, yeah, there's a reason you're not supposed to let your dog run wild through the Arboretum. Joe Growhoski reports these fliers about off-leash killers are now posted at the Arboretum: They kill the local wildlife, bite kids and bike riders, trample new plantings and shit all over the place. Stop it, the Arboretum implores.
Erica Mattison watched some clouds that obviously mean business roll over what used to be the Casey Overpass in Forest Hills around 3:40 p.m.
A bad crash on the Jamaicway between Perkins and Castleton around 11:15 a.m., had firefighters getting out the Jaws of Life to get two people out. Then police and firefighters discovered a long oil slick that forced them to shut the road between Perkins up towards Rte. 9 so it could be cleaned up.
Roving UHub photographer Jed Hresko shows us the community mural on Centre Street, across from the T stop that volunteers painted this past weekend.
Emily Ferrier asks:
Anyone have a recommendation for a body shop (Subaru fender bender fixer upper) in Roslindale/JP/West Rox?
Clay Harper shows us the last full span still up on what used to be the Casey Overpass in Forest Hills, over South Street.
One a teen in the leg around 12:30 a.m. outside 26 Walden St.
Levels of a toxic microorganism in Jamaica Pond have receded below dangerous levels, and the city today lifted its ban on any activities that might bring you or your pet into contact with pond water or pond scum. Read more.
The Franklin Park Art Grove is a two-day pop-up exhibit in the Wilderness along the Jamaica Plain side of Franklin Park.
Enter through the parking lot that sits on the main park road between the zoo and Shattuck Hospital and walk along the paths (at least, through 6 p.m. on Sunday) for installations and thoughts in several languages tied around trees. Read more.
Around 3 p.m. on Chestnut Avenue near Centre Street. His attackers jumped into an SUV and sped away.
The Bay State Banner interviews Robert Johnson, Jr., a UMass Boston professor and attorney, on being pegged by a local liquor store as a cognac thief last month.