The folks at the Boston City Archives wonder if you can figure out what's going on in this photo and when.
Christopher watched the sunrise through the lens of Rowes Wharf.
Eileen Murphy braved the cold to watch the sunset from South Boston this evening.
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.
Tamas K-L watched a plane on its final approach to Logan during yesterday's unusual sunset.
Mike took a look at the three cruise liners docked at the Black Falcon Pier today: The Norwegian Dawn, the Queen Mary 2 and the Serenade of the Seas.
People were getting their phones out along Centre Street in West Roxbury this evening to take photos of the sunset.
And people everywhere else were looking up as well: Read more.
Out in Boston Harbor today, Ryan Meador noticed two boats that had run aground - the first on Nix's Mate, a little nothing of an island on which colonial authorities once gibbetted the bodies of executed pirates - they hung their bodies up to sway in the wind as a warning - the second in an area called Lower Middle.
Ryan went for a walk this morning and captured Boston Harbor and the Tobin Bridge.
UPDATE: Board rules no violation.
A Brighton man who celebrated his 24th birthday last month by taking a leap into Boston Harbor from the top of Legal Harborside on Northern Avenue got the restaurant hauled before the Boston Licensing Board today to explain how it will keep that from happening again. Read more.
On Pier 4, near the road on the World Trade Center side, you can now buy any of several types of frozen bait from a vending machine that is open for business 24 hours a day: Clams, squid, pogies, herring and, of course, whole mackerel. Read more.
MadTy watched a boy learn some fishing skills at Marina Bay in Quincy today.
In the second judicial defeat for the BRA in a week involving waterfront land, the Massachusetts Appeals Court ruled today the developer of an apartment complex in Charlestown has to comply with a state order to set aside most of its ground floor for "public accommodation" uses under state waterfront regulations.Read more.