Arturo Gossage spent some time yesterday watching BWSC workers repairing the burst main that shut down the intersection of Stuart and Warrenton streets - and the Charles Playhouse.
Copyright Arturo Gossage. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.
Keytar Bear has been making the rounds of downtown and Back Bay T stops, but he came above ground today to play and mug for the camera by the Old State House, where Jocelyn snapped his photo.
Matt Laskowski was in the North Quincy Red Line station around 4 p.m. yesterday when the station became suffused in the golden glow of the setting sun. "The light was just incredible," he says.
Boston Strolls snapped the sunrise in Readville at 6:20 this morning.
Neal Gaffey watched the sunset in the reflection of the Prudential tower this evening.
A fire that started in a downtown basement around 7 p.m. on Nov. 9, 1872, quickly spread and destroyed 776 buildings. Firefighters were hampered by the flu many of the horses that pulled fire wagons had come down with - and by the poor water pressure and bad zoning that Fire Chief John Damrell had earlier warned the city about.
Photo from the BPL 1872 fire collection posted under this Creative Commons license.
Brian D'Amico watched the sun go down over the Charles (you want to see this one larger):
Copyright Rory Nolan and Brian D'Amico, respectively. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.
Bobby the Pig paid a visit to the Tasty Burger in the Fenway tonight, as Roar of the Tigers shows us.
Another mystery from the Boston City Archives: Where and when was this? See it larger.
Kim Janey got off the 28 bus in Roxbury this afternoon to see this green man just standing there.
There are some amazing trees in West Roxbury today.
Also see Brad Kelly's photo of Mt. Auburn Cemetery.
What a great day for a parade.
From Fenway Park to the banks of the Charles, Bostonians lined up early for a chance to see the 2013 World Champion Boston Red Sox - and doesn't that sound good to hear?
When the procession of Duck Boats got to the Boston Marathon finish line in Copley Square, it stopped. Jonny Gomes put the World Series trophy and a Boston 617 Strong jersey on the finish line. Then the players and fans listened and joined in a chorus of "God Bless America."
Glenn Cabo shows more of the scene: