A concerned citizen complains about whichever Back Bay residents moved so quickly onto the next big holiday that they had to ditch their Christmas trees in Public Alley 432 early on Friday.
Our own Suldog explains why you should always make the most of your presents.
Some places celebrate Christmas with piles of lobster pots; James Hook & Co., though, has a tree decked out in lobster claws, as Adam Castiglioni shows us.
Sharon Phelan asks:
Does anyone know of a Christmas Day yoga class being held around Boston?
Darryl Houston snapped his neighbor's house on Fairmount Hill in Hyde Park. The guy rents a cherry picker to put up the higher lights.
PJA Advertising put together this seasonal message back when we had all those street pianos.
H/t Graham Spector.
Over at the Artery, Greg Cook has posted photos of some of our brighter Christmas lights, including this display in Saugus.
Stefanie O'Shea shows us how Christmas is done on Popes Hill.
Kathryn Elise asks: "Where are the good tree lots in Boston?"
As he's done for longer than many of the people in attendance have been alive, Tom Menino threw the ceremonial switch that lit up the Christmas tree in Adams Park in Roslindale - which was part of his city-council district when he suddenly became mayor in 1993.
An irate citizen complains about the interior of City Hall these days:
Cultural oppression all over Boston City Hall lobby. Why do I have to constantly be reminded that I'm not part of the dominant culture every time I walk into MY City Hall? Where were the decorations for all the other holidays? What happened to Boston being so proud of its diversity???