Because if this had been a real storm, the North End Christmas tree would probably be on the other side of the Greenway by now.
Stefanie O'Shea shows us how Christmas is done on Popes Hill.
Remarks by the President at Afternoon Hanukkah Reception - a reception attended by, among others, Dana Gitell, who coined the term "Thanksgivukkah."
Kathryn Elise asks: "Where are the good tree lots in Boston?"
As he's done for longer than many of the people in attendance have been alive, Tom Menino threw the ceremonial switch that lit up the Christmas tree in Adams Park in Roslindale - which was part of his city-council district when he suddenly became mayor in 1993.
After getting out of his Tahoe, the mayor gave an impromptu press conference (he's against the arbitrator's award... Read more
The people at the front of the line outside the Walpole Walmart around 11 p.m. were in no mood to talk about when they got there or what they were going to buy or do much of anything besides huddling inside their cocoons.
There was a similar scene outside the Dedham Best Buy, although the overall line there was a lot shorter.... Read more
Arturo Gossage photographed the Copley Square menorah, with Old South Church in the background.
Copyright Arturo Gossage. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.
Sure, they were, in their own way, a pretty nasty bunch, but you can't help but appreciate their Blue Laws when you look at all the ads in today's paper from chains advertising they're opening at 8 p.m. today. Hah, hah, not here you're not.
Bostonography maps turkey sightings in the Boston area. You know what to do: Choose white AND dark meat today.
An irate citizen complains about the interior of City Hall these days:
Cultural oppression all over Boston City Hall lobby. Why do I have to constantly be reminded that I'm not part of the dominant culture every time I walk into MY City Hall? Where were the decorations for all the other holidays? What happened to Boston being so proud of its diversity???... Read more
Mark Pijanowski watched the tree get lit at Faneuil Hall Marketplace last night.
Our own Suldog explains why some retail chains should be ashamed of themselves.
The Herald reports the state could grant a waiver, but won't.
The Daily Free Press reports on the final planting of memorial bulbs in Kenmore Square on Saturday.
Our own Suldog recalls a different time.