Spatch spotted this sign on Wallace Street near Davis Square today.
UPDATE: Karen Kneeland writes (in the comments): "It was a 5' tall three piece metal frame with plastic filament and multiple lights. He had black eyes (like coal) an orange nose and a stove pipe hat. And my granddaughter loved it."... Read more
RoadTrip New England watched the L Street Brownies get ready for a bracing run through 27-degree air into Dorchester Bay this morning.
A little cold weather didn't deter First Nighters from enjoying the traditional parade down Boylston Street tonight.
Marchers wished watchers a happy new year; some threw glow sticks or applied reflective stickers to the faces of little kids:
What would a parade be without dragons?
A concerned citizen complains about the rush somebody appears to have been in to dispose of a Christmas tree at Havre and Maverick streets in East Boston.
Louise Miller took in the ice sculptures in Copley Square this morning.
The Lawrence Eagle-Tribune sums it up:
Is this the year Chinese food and a movie jumped the shark for Jews on Christmas? With national media now making an annual ritual of Christmas Chinese food story (how come nobody ever writes about another Jewish tradition on Dec. 25: Filling in for Christian co-workers so they can have the day off?), more and more Christians are looking to join the fun. It's... Read more
Brookline Police alert us that the town is lifting its famous overnight parking ban on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
Mike Fedore caught up with some carolers on Green Street in Jamaica Plain this evening.
When you turn onto Norton Street from either River or Readville, just follow the blue glow in the sky to 26 Norton for the Canale family's annual Christmas celebration. You'll find an entire front yard full of glowing ornaments and lights, turning on and off to festive music. A life-size video Santa waves to you from inside the house.
Ken Canale Jr. and other... Read more
Greg Cook went on a road trip around the area, including to these houses on Arthur Street in Danvers.
Fred White spotted Santa hanging around Washington Street in Roslindale yesterday.