Neil the Roving UHub photographer roved through Faneuil Hall Marketplace today and spotted Red rooting for the Celts.
EastieStrong spotted this yinzer driving near North Station today.
Brendan M. watched the Marathon at Ashland State Park this morning.
BqRally snapped a photo as Carlos Arredondo led the annual blessing of the runners at Old South Church's Easter service today.
Roving Uhub photographer Barbara Manning captured some of the hundreds and hundreds of people lined up at Assembly Square today hoping to say hi to Julian Edelman at the Puma store.
Matthew Ireland looked up tonight at the Lenox Hotel and the Pru, lit up in the colors of the Boston Marathon.
WGBH reports what happens to all of the left behind clothes.
Survivor Patrick Downes reflects on the year: "I am so proud to be a Bostonian." April 15, 2014.
Survivor Mohamed El Bachiri reflects on his year without his wife. His answer to terrorism is "A Jihad of Love", Dec 12, 2016
We all remember “The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat” from ABC’s “Wide World of Sports.” The host Jim McKay left this tidbit out: many winners were once losers who decided to change course. It’s too bad the average investor doesn’t embrace needed change; he lets a status quo bias dictate his investment decisions.
To explore this topic I turn my attention to someone eminently special to me, Braintree born marathon runner Sean Quigley. The Wicked Smart Investor had the privilege of witnessing his first steps.
Q. What law-enforcement resources were involved in finding Tom Brady's Super Bowl jersey (and the other one that nobody knew was missing)?
Luisa LaSalle shows us Boylston Street at 9 a.m., two hours before the start of the Patriots Duck Boat procession (which will start at the Pru, head down Boylston, turn left on Tremont and end at City Hall).
Dan Santry watched the Patriots charter jet from Houston land at Logan this afternoon.
RoadTrip New England was on hand at Fenway Park to capture all the excitement.
Shields MRI for the post-Super Bowl win.
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