Thanksgiving comes first on West Street in Hyde Park (or maybe it's Poplar Street in Roslindale).
Back in the day, the first floor of Faneuil Hall was the place where Bostonians could buy fresh meat and poultry. In 1952, Leslie Jones captured the scene when Mr. Kelley, of Thresher & Kelley Market, showed off his Thanksgiving turkeys to a mother and her kids.
Dutch provides some views of the gridlock on this pre-Thanksgiving Tuesday, such as in East Cambridge.
Peter Gelzinis reports how a BPD officer thanking the man on the bus at Columbia Road and Stoughton Street for his service put him at ease and let police disarm him.
Jim Gavaghan shows us veterans from the Fitzgerald VFW post in South Boston marching to St. Brigid Church today for a remembrance service in honor of deceased veterans and war dead.
Seth Gitell writes about his father, a Green Beret who came back from Vietnam with PTSD - only they didn't call it that, or treat it, back then.
There's this house on Robert Street in Roslindale that has a concrete dog statue outside (to go with their concrete lion statues, of course). She's raring to go for the upcoming holiday.
Katia was on the Esplanade this evening when three Santas in a camo gun boat came roaring by. Nobody better mess with Santas in speedboats.
Bill Yelenak watched it roll in today - yes, Nov. 5.
It's barely the first week in November, and we already have a bell-ringer sighting.
MBTA North Station subway concourse about 3:40 pm.
Sure, the Army does some very good work. But do us all a favor and wait another six weeks before ringing your bells.
The City of Boston Credit Union will underwrite fireworks over the harbor as 2016 begins, the mayor's office announced today.
The credit union will kick in $30,000 towards the pyrotechnics, good news since the company now running First Night said last week it didn't have any money for them.
Chris took in some youth soccer in Dedham today. One coach had his team wear costumes.
PlunkettPrime stayed well clear of the ravenous dinosaur out for a bite in Brighton Center.