Andrew Ferreira came upon this scene at Davis Square, the morning after the last late-night subway trains ran.
Ron Newman went for a walk in Seven Hills Park behind Davis Square in Somerville around 5 p.m.
Earlier in the day, Adam Castiglioni went for a walk in what, at least for a while, was the Rose Kennedy Whiteway: Read more.
Mark Davis notes the return of the Davis Square snowman.
A place in Davis Square might be able to help.
Transit Police have released photos of a man they say "engaged in an a lewd act" on a Red Line train between Alewife and Davis around 8:50 p.m. on Dec. 30.
He's described as white, 25 to 35, clean shaven and 5'10" to 6' with a medium build.
If you know a guy who can't keep it zipped, contact Transit Police at 617-222-1050, or send an anonymous tip to 873873.
Mark Novak reports seeing a meteor flash from west to east north of Davis Square shortly before 5:30 p.m.
He adds it was white, so we can go to sleep tonight without worrying about going blind and getting attacked by ravenous walking plants.
Slam reports this guy with no shoes - and white pants after Labor Day - got on the Red Line with him at Davis Square this morning.
Still on our train at Charles MGH... Bold to say the least.
Andrew Ferreira ran across this free-conversation booth in Davis Square tonight.
Maxsimile shows us the line outside the Burren in Davis Square, where U2 was supposed to be doing a little show on their night off tonight. As of 10:15 p.m., no sign of them.
UPDATE, 11:45 p.m. The band itself tweeted:
Hope you're enjoying the Guinness @burrenmusic in Somerville, but don't fall for tall stories about a certain band from Dublin showing up...
J Tamarro spotted this DeLorean on Elm Street in Davis Square tonight.
The Herald reports an escalator at Davis Square ripped a man's pants clear off. Fortunately, the Herald adds, he stayed cool - and had the foresight to wear blue gym shorts.
Maryr shows us the rising snow as measured against segments of the Somerville map mural on the Davis bike path.
Politeness Points spotted Keytar Bear on the Davis Square Red Line platform this morning.
Mark marveled at the lights on this house on Grove Street in Davis Square, Somerville.
Protesters started at Tufts University, blocked up Davis Square, where the T shut down the subway station, then moved down Mass. Ave. to Porter and onto Harvard, where a large contingent of T cops blocked the portal into the busway and then had the gates to the main pedestrian entrance to the station locked. As protesters moved down JFK Street, the entrance was re-opened.
Around 6:25 p.m., the vanguard of protesters was approaching Central Square.
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