The streets around East Boston High School are already marked "No Parking" for tomorrow's wake for Anthony Albano, a longtime neighborhood figure and activist, who died Thursday.
Albano, nicknamed "The Great One," will be waked between 3 and 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the high school where he spent so much time rooting on its sports teams.
Wad1980 was on his morning run around the Public Garden when he noticed some hubbub outside the Four Seasons.
Salute to one of the all-time Yankees greats as he prepares for his final game! You made the Red Sox rivalry what it was!
Not long after, Jeter boarded the team bus for his last game at Fenway....Read more
Maybe Marty Walsh needs to stop talking to reporters about his trip to Ireland. For the second time this month, the mayor says a reporter had him saying something he didn't really say. Mayoral spokeswoman Kate Norton says:
Today Mayor Walsh expressed his support for a â€˜Belfast Beanpotâ€™ - an initiative proposed by the Odyssey Trust, to host 4-6 college hockey teams from the...Read more
Havlicek stole the ball! Well, he dribbled it through the automotive department, at any rate.Read more
The New York Times introduces us to Lobsang Sangay with a profile that starts with him reminiscing about game 7 of the 2003 ALCS - and the lessons he took away from Grady Little's decision to leave Martinez in the game:
Behind his desk, a magnificent life-size, silk-draped photograph of the Dalai Lama hangs from the wall, and outside his window, the Himalayas rise...Read more
RoadTrip New England was there.Read more
The city and the New England Revolution will put the USA/Belgium match on a giant screen at City Hall Plaza on Tuesday, starting at 3:30 p.m.Read more