From Thursday, October 13th to Friday, October 21st, Boston’s fifth annual ski, snowboard, surf, mountain bike, whitewater kayak and outdoor lifestyle film festival takes place at The Greatest Bar, Brooklyn Boulders, and Naco Taco. This six-night festival showcases several of the world's best outdoor lifestyle films, including award-winning films from Patagonia, Red Bull Media House, Level 1 Productions, Anthill Films, and more.
Even as they were still playing the Yankees, the Red Sox clinched the AL East title when Toronto lost tonight.
Yes, of course David Ortiz put on a wig to masquerade as a Lyft driver.
Adrian Walker last week reported center backers are outraged at how Roxbury Community College ousted the long-time director - and how a college group won't turn over money a track group raised at an event there.
Today, the Boston Business Journal reports that Marathon Sports is backing legislation to split Reggie Lewis off from RCC.
Yeah, yeah, this whole Hitler thing is so overplayed. Just like the Cardinals last night.
WBZ reports a monitor dislodged by high winds last night fell on Remy's head, sending him home for the night.
The Dorchester Reporter scores on talks between UMass Boston, which now owns what's left of the expo center, and the Kraft family, which owns the soccer team.
A drone video posted on Scott Eisen's channel shows the Milton rowing team and some fascinating scenery along the Neponset estuary.
Deb C. reports fans at the Sox game tonight chanted "Free Tom Brady!"
Hardball Times provides an oral history of that famous night when air-traffic controllers from San Diego to Boston cleared a private jet ahead of other planes and then Sox fans on Storrow Drive pulled to the side so a state trooper could get Doug Mirabelli to Fenway in time to catch Tim Wakefield in a game against the Yankees.
Massachusetts State Police (via a statement): We wouldn’t do something like that again, certainly not with lights and siren. As a public safety agency, that was not an appropriate use of our assets.
Michael Moran says the National Women's Hockey League owes him lots of money for what he says is his part ownership of the league and time he spent working as the league's chief marketing officer. Read more.