Sway Aveda Spa shows us the Citgo Sign tonight.
WBUR reports Boston University is looking to sell the Kenmore Square building the roof of which they now rent out for the iconic sign.
A concerned citizen requests that the city replace the "END" sign that used to designate the spot in Kenmore Square where Rte. 20 ends:
Prior to the reconstruction of Kenmore Square there was a sign marking the terminus of U.S. Route 20 (an important marker given its 3,365 mile span, the longest road in the United States). This image is attached, taken around 2005. After reconstruction the sign does not appear to have been replaced. Is there a reason this has not been replaced? Perhaps it could be added to the "Bicycles Stop On Line for Green" post that is on the island between Comm Ave. eastbound/Beacon St.
Annabelle Blake shares her photo of the "cotton candy" sunset over Kenmore Square this evening.
JGD looked out her window at just the right moment this morning.
Trolley past its expiration date at Kenmore is causing problems for riders who for some reason insist on heading downtown; train that had to be taken out and put out of its misery at Downtown Crossing causing problems for riders who for some reason insist on heading north instead of south.
UPDATE: Signals died, outbound riders sighed, on the Green Line at Copley.
A trolley that clang, clang, clanged its last this morning is causing grief on the Green Line. At 8:05 a.m., Matt Hrono reported:
Green line is royally bone. Disabled at Kenmore and I'm stuck somewhere between Hynes and Kenmore. Going on 20min now
The Transit Wire reports on the first clocks, in Kenmore station.
Boston Police report they are looking for a man they say attacked two women and kicked a man in Kenmore Square on July 4.
Police said the man made "anti-gay comments" as he attacked the two women.
He's about 6' in his 20s and has a buzz cut. he was wearing a black shirt, a black jacket and bluejeans at the time, and carried a black backpack.
It's buses all the way down from Kenmore to Packards Corner due to a track problem, the T reports.
This is Leanne Winters's windshield this morning - after some ice/snow plunged into it. She reports the car was parked in Kenmore Square at the time, unoccupied, so nobody hurt.
KWAPT shows us the non-moving bus traffic on Washington Street in Brighton, where a bus and a cab may have tried to occupy the same space at the same time. Traffic elsewhere is marginally better, except possibly in Kenmore Square, where the stop lights have taken the night off.
Atlantic Avenue by Summer is also a morass of non-movingness, as Cybah noticed out his office window: