A somewhat stationary yet still roving UHub photographer noticed T workers dealing with a couple of Red Line cars that slipped off the rails in the Cabot yard around lunchtime:
All these T workers have just been standing around for the past 90 minutes... Read more
The Dorchester Reporter posts the tallies for the 1st Suffolk race, along with a report on the close election.
David Bernstein reports on a snafu in the 1st Suffolk race involving some precincts in South Boston (wards 6 and 7( getting ballots without the state-senate candidates listed on them. City elections officials say they fixed the problem before 7:30 a.m.
The Dorchester Reporter reports the governor is slamming a pro-Collins ad featuring a photo of him and Nick Collins in the Bay State Banner, because he hasn't taken sides in the race between Collins, Linda Dorcena Forry and Maureen Dahill.
Police officers patrolling South Boston tonight were urged to be on the lookout for a white trolley party bus, careening through the streets of the neighborhood, its passengers throwing eggs at pedestrians and yelling at them.
Around 9 p.m., Matthew Gaskill reported spotting the eggmobile on East Broadway, heading toward the city.
UPDATE: The building was evacuated and everybody pushed back after somebody called in a bomb threat. All clear sounded around 4:15 p.m.
The scene at the courthouse... Read more
Both the Museum of Fine Arts and the Institute of Contemporary Art are opening their doors at no charge today. The MFA says:
We hope the Museum will be a place of respite for our community.
The ICA says:
We hope the museum will offer a place of community & reflection.
Erika Myllmaki videoed an open door on a Red Line train pulling into Andrew today.
Via Scott Rides the T.
Pax East is not your typical convention-center kind of exhibition.
Of course, even an unconventional convention needs seminars:
Is stuck somewhere near Andrew, full of increasingly cranky people who don't like being stuck underground, squashed together.
Around 3 p.m. on Friday, somebody waiting for a train at Broadway noticed a woman "performing a sexual act" on a man. Rather than yelling at them to get a room, the shocked rider notified Transit Police, who arrived in time to consummate an arrest of the both of them for lewd, wanton and lascivious conduct, the T reports.