TD Garden officials found themselves before the Boston Licensing Board today, apologizing for being helpless in the face of a force like Garth Brooks.
More specifically, they were there to answer a police citation for "failure to disperse patrons in a safe, timely and orderly fashion" on the night of Jan. 24. Police say the area around and under the Garden - in particular, North Station - was so full of people exiting one Garth Brooks concert and people waiting to enter the next that the result was pedestrian gridlock that kept innocent commuters just trying to get home on commuter rail from getting to their trains on time.
Rise is announcing it will shut for good at the end of April.
As many of you know, our lease expired several years ago and we have been open since on borrowed time.
Itâ€™s been an amazing run of over 16 years which is rare in the club business and even rarer for a club that never served a drop of alcohol. ...
I know I speak for the entire RISE staff (past and present) when I say how much we all appreciate each and every one of you who come and dance and socialize in the wee hours of the night in the sleepy town called Boston.
Spotted yesterday on the side of the South Street tiny free library.
Programming Spotlights: Watch on Ch.3 or online
Here are some SCATV programs featured for March. All shows are also streamed live on our website at www.scatvsomerville.org/watch.
Upcoming SCATV Media Classes
Spring is almost here, SCATV community! The next batch of media production classes are now available for registration. If you haven't already joined as a member, please sign up for an upcoming orientation, online here. You will receive discounted rates for taking our media education courses. REGISTER HERE!
Here is the list:
The Somerville Community Access Television team conducted a series of interviews with regional filmmakers in the greater Boston area during Boston Indie Mafiaâ€™s Hob Nob Social event at the Arts at the Armory. Below is the playlist of all the interviews with clips from their respective film. For more information about upcoming Hob Nob Socials, visit this website.
Joe Keohane, who left Boston for New York, interviews Dennis Lehane, who left Boston for Los Angeles.
This is an excerpt from the National Weather Service's 1:15 a.m. forecaster's discussion for today's weather:
Leonard Nimoy, who grew up in the West End, died today.
Last year, he talked about life in the West End - and its destruction by wrecking balls - in an interview with the Yiddish Book Center.
Boston city records show that in 1948, when he was 17, Nimoy set up a child-photography business:
Please join your neighbors at this free, public panel discussion: Our Lives Matter: Art as Protest
Thursday, March 5th from 7-8pm at SCATV (90 Union Square).
We will discuss how local artists, poets and performers use creative expression to respond to current events and social injustices. The panelists will highlight their own work and how this was used to raise awareness about a particular issue in society. Those who attend may leave feeling inspired to pursue their own creative form.
The awards ceremony in Los Angeles starts at 8 p.m., EST. On their way there, the group stopped off in Tucson. They were supposed to leave for LA yesterday, but there plane was delayed for five hours. So they put on an impromptu concert for their fellow passengers.