Scott Eisen was on hand today as Bobby the Pig made the rounds of the Public Garden and ran into a guy dressed like his worst nightmare.
Just in case there were any doubt, Django Bliss shows us for whom Mrs. Mallard is rooting in the World Series.
Mike the Mad Biologist shows us what happens when a large willow by the Public Garden Lagoon loses a large branch - fortunately, with nobody under it at the time.
When the world visits Boston, they have no idea why George Washington is wearing corporate graffiti for a Canadian/Russian sport.
For added emphasis, the kvetcher checked the box asking if the item in question is "offensive."... Read more
The annual Make Way for Ducklings parade wound its way around the Common and the Public Garden today (yeah, I don't know why it went that way instead of up and down Beacon Hill, either), ending, of course, by the ducklings statues.
Ducks in a row:
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Masstreehugger spotted this guy and his contraption in the Public Garden today.
Brig Dauber captured the Public Garden tree that plunged to its demise across Boylston Street Friday night.
The Back Bay Sun reports the Friends of the Public Garden has started posting trees with 4x6-inch black anodized aluminum signs to let you know just what kind of trees they are.
Jonathan Berk wondered what these people on the Lagoon today were thinking.... Read more
Chris Lovett took some photos as the snow began.
The Proper Bostonians reports on the scene in the Public Garden, where owl watchers and photographers converged this evening to watch an owl in a beech tree (right near the fountain/statue that shows a mountain lion catching an owl):
A few more owl-watchers showed up as the light faded, having heard rumors from a bearded guy named Peter. As we talked and craned... Read more