By - 11/10/15 - 7:15 am

IGN takes a look at Boston landmarks ruined by nuclear war in Fallout 4 (note, sometimes they show the current views second, sometimes first).

By - 11/8/15 - 6:54 pm

Hillary took in a late-afternoon concert on the shores of Jamaica Pond today.

Crit, meanwhile, watched a guy play electric guitar - while riding a skateboard down Brighton Avenue in Allston: Read more.

By - 11/4/15 - 3:49 pm

Erin Butcher, artistic director of Maiden Phoenix Theatre Company explains why performing in Somerville's Powder House Park means she will never do all-female outdoor performances again:

Vaguely, in the back of my head I must have known that a few homeless fellows would populate a public park in summer every now and then. But I really didn’t think much of it. I would be there every day anyway if there were any problems, and I had very rarely ever been approached by any homeless people in Somerville in my 4 years of living there… so it would be fine….

It was not fine. ...

By - 11/4/15 - 9:46 am

State Sen. Bob Hedlund won election as mayor of Weymouth last night. Hedlund was one of the two sponsors of a bill to make Roadrunner the official Rock Song of the Commonwealth. The last time the song was up for the honor, its main sponsor, state Rep. Marty Walsh, got himself elected mayor, too, and the measure died.

The other sponsor of this year's bill, David Linsky, is from Natick, which doesn't have a mayor.

By - 10/31/15 - 2:39 pm

Bryan Becker videoed an unusual performance at Faneuil Hall.

Via Boston Reddit.

By - 10/24/15 - 11:40 pm
Jimmy Fallon in Harvard Square

617 Images watched Jimmy Fallon in a chariot procession through Harvard Square before being honored by the Harvard Lampoon as "Emperor of Comedy."

Photographynatalia has more photos.

By - 10/23/15 - 8:50 pm

RoadTrip New England caught the performance outside the Boston Public Market today. Read more.

By - 10/21/15 - 11:04 pm
Blue Hills Bank Pavilion under repair

Earlier today, Matt the roving UHub photographer noticed the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion was in the process of being torn down and wondered why. Turns out it's not going away forever, just that the tent fabric is being replaced in time for performances to start up again in the spring.

By - 10/21/15 - 10:51 am
By - 10/21/15 - 9:58 am

Peggy McClellan captured an interesting performance at the Harvard Square T stop yesterday.

By - 10/20/15 - 8:06 am

City Councilors Sal LaMattina and Bill Linehan want to require street performers to buy $40 annual licenses for the right to perform on Boston streets.

The city council tomorrow considers their request for a hearing on a proposed ordinance that would require street performers to wear their permits - and to show them to inquiring police officers and to stay at least 100 feet away from elementary schools and hospitals - and at least 50 feet away from other buskers. Read more.

By - 10/17/15 - 2:55 pm

Jim Sullivan reports the Joint Committee on State Administration and Regulatory Oversight holds a hearing Tuesday on a bill that would make "Roadrunner" the official rock song of the Commonwealth.

Among those expected to testify: Joyce Linehan, whose earlier campaign to get the song enshrined in the list of official state things led to her to then state Rep. Marty Walsh, who agreed to lead the pro-Roadrunner campaign only to have it interrupted by him getting elected mayor.

This time, state Sen. Bob Hedlund (R-Weymouth) and state Rep. David Linsky (D-Natick) are the ones going faster miles an hour to elevate Jonathan Richman's song to the state pantheon.

By - 10/15/15 - 12:58 pm

Update: Interview with owner Don Akin.

E-mail from Medieval Manor on E. Berkeley Street went out yesterday: The middle-ages dinner show is closing forever on Dec. 31: Read more.

By - 10/11/15 - 11:45 pm

Greg Cook took in the tenth annual Honk festival, both yesterday.

Mark watched today's parade: Read more.

By - 10/11/15 - 10:52 pm
Keytar Bear and young fan

Liz photographed her son Rainier with Keytar Bear today.

By - 10/11/15 - 9:38 pm

Robert Caplis asks:

Dear Boston: what songs would you include for a Hub-centric playlist? Either about the city or artists from the city.

By - 10/11/15 - 10:34 am
Illuminus art

Stevil went to Illuminus on Lansdowne Street last night:

Shadow Hand Another installation had light projected from above - and pressure and shadow impacted the shapes projected on a pad below.

Copyright Stevil. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.

By - 10/11/15 - 9:01 am
Prudential lit up for HubBoston and Illuminous

Grace Holley looked up from Illuminus on Lansdowne Street to see the Prudential lit up in honor of both it and HubWeek.

By - 10/8/15 - 3:33 pm

Boston University and the Huntington Theatre Company released a joint press release yesterday announcing they were dissolving their 33-year old partnership. As a result, Huntington will have to vacate their facility at 264 Huntington Ave. BU will immediately list that property for sale, along with the two buildings adjacent. Read more.