Vanyaland reports the owners of the Fenway music venue have shut it for good.
Mark spotted the Ghostbustermobile being towed from Cambridge to Boston over the Charles by way of the Mass. Ave. Bridge today.
It's like regular yoga, except with face paint and glow sticks. WBUR reports.
Like most yoga classes, this one ends with everyone in corpse poses - releasing their thoughts and stresses with deep breathing and mediation. But thereâ€™s a twist, as glitter confetti drops from above.
Greg Cook took in the Ignite festival in Union Square last night.
Mallory Mathias couldn't get enough of the "amazing sound" at the Need to Breathe show at the Bue Hills Bank Pavilion on the South Boston waterfront tonight.
Stevil took in the Tanglewood 75th-anniversary simulcast in Copley Square tonight.
JunctionSouthie enjoyed both the sunset and the James Taylor concert at Fenway Park tonight.
Chris Lovett posted photos from Berklee College's annual Jazz at the Fort concert.
Tom McLaughlin was enjoying the dancing by Downtown Crossing's newest character this afternoon when a cranky jerk demanded police do something about him. McLaughlin reports that as officers were talking to dancer guy and getting him to pack up, crank guy started screaming "faggot" at him, because, of course, haters gonna hate. McLaughlin adds: Read more.
Yes, the movie on how the Globe Spotlight team took on Bernie Law is coming out soon.
You can also read the Phoenix story that actually broke the news before the Spotlight team.
Our own Ron Newman reported yesterday:
When WGBH's Laura Carlo introduced the Handel and Haydn Society's youth choir at this afternoon's Boston Summer Arts Weekend, did she really have to announce from the stage that "these young people would never set off bombs on the other side of Copley Square?"
That struck me as poor taste, poor judgment, and an unwanted reminder of a tragic event that most of us here in Boston are trying to move beyond.
Today's the anniversary of Kevin White's 1972 call to police in Warwick, RI to convince them to release the Stones - who'd been arrested for a scuffle the night before - or there'd be a riot at the Garden, where 15,000 fans were waiting for them.
Photo of White on the stage at the Garden, telling fans the Stones had been busted, but that he'd just freed them and they were on their way.
The Mayor's Office of Consumer Affairs and Licensing on Monday considers a request from Delicias Dominicanas, 635 Hyde Park Avenue, to add entertainment to its food offerings.
The restaurant is seeking an entertainment license that would let it host live music, karaoke, dancing and a floor show that would include a comedian.
The hearing begins at 10 a.m. in the office's eighth-floor hearing room in City Hall.
John Gage came upon U2 fans outside the Garden hoping for a glimpse of Bono's limo around 2:30 p.m.