By - 5/11/10 - 11:54 am

The Boston Licensing Board today warned the owner of Kippy's South, 295 Old Colony Ave., she's on thin ice after police arrested a kid from Milton who drove up with some buds to stock up on 40-oz. bottles of beer.

A Boston police detective told the board this morning the underage drinker went into the store with a bad fake ID but never had to use it because he wasn't asked for one. Police say nearby residents have complained about kids buying alcohol at the store, which had its license suspended for four days in 2009 and two days in 2006 for selling to minors.

By - 5/11/10 - 5:03 am

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By - 5/7/10 - 9:43 am

City, state officials are looking for tax breaks, road improvements to entice somebody to build a 1,000-room hotel at the South Boston convention center, the Globe reports. Best part is at the end, when the guy who runs the Mass. Convention Center Authority brings out the old world-class-city argument, as in: How can Boston be world class if it doesn't have a 1,000-room hotel at the convention center?

By - 5/7/10 - 9:37 am

The Boston Business Journal reports that among the companies snagged by yesterday's Where's-Mavis-Bacon collapse on Wall Street was the Boston Beer Co., which saw its stock plunge all the way to $0.00.

By - 5/3/10 - 6:27 pm

The Boston Business Journal reports the board of trustees at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center has censured CEO Paul Levy over that inappropriate relationship with an underling and fined him $50,000. Also, one trustee resigned, although he wouldn't say why.'

Levy posts his apology.

By - 5/3/10 - 5:34 pm

On the way back from a Lank's run, we saw the Channel 7 news truck outside the Tedeschi's on Truman Highway. Probably something to do with Aquapocalypse, we thought. Checked the WHDH web site to find that the breaking news was the scandal of the employees there putting together bottles of water into improvised cases - at the demand of customers - and selling them at half the price they would have charged for the same number of individual bottles. OMG! Where is Hank Phillipi Ryan when you need her?

By - 5/1/10 - 10:02 am

Confused?BAA cites this magnet as example.The Boston Athletic Association yesterday filed a federal lawsuit against CafePress and Zazzle for letting users sell T-shirts, magnets and mugs related to a famous race held on Patriots Day in Eastern Massachusetts that the BAA doesn't even want you to refer to without paying them for the privilege.

The suit, filed in US District Court in Boston, seeks several million dollars in damages. Although some of the examples cited by the BAA use its trademarked unicorn symbol or the words "Boston Marathon,' the BAA alleges it is also suffering "irreparable injury" from shirts bearing logos such as "BOS 26.2," "BOSTON 26.2" and "BOSTON QUALIFIER," especially when combined with an image of a runner and the date of the specific 26.2-mile footrace through several cities and towns in eastern Massachusetts. The BAA says these are "confusingly similar" and "falsely suggest sponsorship by or affiliation with the BOSTON MARATHON event."

BOSTON MARATHON® is a famous mark. The B.A.A. has for decades expended considerable efforts and resources promoting the BOSTON MARATHON® event and operating a licensing program that makes official BOSTON MARATHON® merchandise available to the public. The B.A.A. has also expended considerable efforts and resources in enforcing its exclusive and valuable rights in the BOSTON MARATHON® mark. The public recognizes the BOSTON MARATHON® mark as indicating a single source of goods and services.

Both companies only sell products designed by users. The suit was also technically brought against ten "John Does," although the BAA complaint limits its demand for monetary penalties - and advertising the shirts were not connected with that race - to the two T-shirt publishers.

Complete complaint.

By - 4/29/10 - 3:35 pm

The Boston Licensing Board voted today to extend the liquor license of Bazaar on Cambridge Street from beer and wine to harder stuff - with the provision it only sell imported European spirts, not common stuff like Seagrams 7 or Four Roses.

By - 4/27/10 - 11:18 am

A Readville convenience store that had its liquor license suspended last year for selling to minors is in trouble again after a Curry College police officer picking up some sandwiches noticed a Curry sticker on the SUV of a young guy loading up on cheap beer.

By - 4/26/10 - 9:36 am

Wicked Local Somerville reports the impending demise of Poor Little Rich Girl in the square.

By - 4/22/10 - 9:09 pm

The shuttered Toys R Us in Dedham now has a lit Ocean State Job Lot sign in front.

By - 4/21/10 - 9:14 am

Bloomberg, via the Times, reports Google could be about to spend $1 billion on ITA Software, a Kendall Square company that sells airline-scheduling applications - of the sort a giant search engine might need if it wanted to begin providing flight information for travelers.

By - 4/8/10 - 11:00 am

If a doctor's patient injures herself on a new curb outside her doctor's office and she sues both the doctor and the landlord, the landlord can't just wash its hands of the matter, even if the lease says it can, the Supreme Judicial Court ruled today.

At the same time, though, the court also ruled that lease provisions requiring tenants to pay for insurance for such occurrence are legal.

By - 4/6/10 - 8:03 am

Marc Levy reports the council yesterday unanimously passed a measure - which still needs approval from city lawyers - that would prevent the Hyatt Regency and other hotels from renewing their innkeepers' licenses if they attempt to outsource their housekeeping services. At issue: The way the chain fired (then offered jobs back to) housekeepers in the Boston area.

By - 3/29/10 - 7:26 pm

As the store was holding a going-out-of-business sale, somebody came in at the last minute and bought it - and plans to keep it open, A Proper Bostonian reports.

By - 3/27/10 - 11:24 am

@oneforty, building Twitter app store, moving from #brighton to #CentralSq, Boston Business Journal reports

By - 3/27/10 - 1:24 am

In the good old days:

students, instructors, businesspeople, politicans, and the bad 'ole common folk', found they could get a good - clear - reproduction, of their documents, essays, books, legal forms, butts, flyers political propagranda, music events, menues, and un-numerous other items by visiting establishments known as "Copy Shops"