Kethera asked for some Munchkins at her local Dunkin' Donuts this morning and now she wonders if she overslept by three months.
Michael Ratty took in the Scituate Labor Day parade today.
For the Greater Boston Labor Council Labor Day Breakfast at the Park Plaza. So if you have any reason to visit that area, you might want to do it well before Monday morning.
H/t Adam Castiglioni.
The Boston Courant reports (note: Link will take you to a photo of the Courant story, since the Courant is one of the few papers left in the US that does not have a Web site - on purpose, no less).
UPDATE: Conventures, which is running First Night, says there will be the traditional fireworks over Boston Harbor.
Video of the post-fireworks crowd by 67thave.
Seems our second president would have preferred July 2 as Independence Day, although that would have deprived us of that story about him and Jefferson both dying within hours of each other on the national holiday.
David Parsons captured the Adams mural in Quincy.
Copyright David Parsons. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.
The Globe reports the city has picked Dusty Rhodes's Conventures to run First Night this year - a version that will include the Grand Procession, the fireworks and the ice sculptures, but apparently few if any of the performances seen in past First Nights.
Also of note: The city was unable to provide the Globe with a copy of the proposal from the company that lost out because "that information resided on the computer of a vacationing official" - so apparently some city departments not only use typewriters for documents, they don't use network storage, either.
Stevil was on the Common today: Read more.
The Hyde Park Shaw's still had a decent supply of kosher-for-Passover matzo and those sugar fruit-slice things tonight. No macaroons, alas.
Patty Neal reports these Minutemen were having trouble finding a cab today.
617 Images photographed Mrs. Mallard and her ducklings in Easter bonnets today.
Arturo Gossage was among the thousands who lined Broadway today for the annual, if winter-shortened, St. Patrick's Day parade. At least today's (record breaking?) snow held off until after the parade had ended.
Among the photos he took: This unusual car:
The Massachusetts chapter of the Knights of Columbus vaguely blames somebody for forcing it to stay away:
The LGBT group announced today:
Boston Pride, which will commemorate its 45th anniversary as an organization celebrating the LGBT community in June, has been accepted by the South Boston Allied War Veteranâ€™s Council to march in the 114th annual South Boston St. Patrickâ€™s Day Parade.
The council had previously given the OK for a contingent from OUTVets after years of fighting to keep LGBT groups out.
First-term US Rep. Seth Moulton will march with OUTVets in the St. Patrick's parade in South Boston this Sunday, the group says.
Moulton, a Salem Democrat who is himself a Marine veteran of the second Iraq war, said he was proud to be part of the first LGBT group in the parade.