Although it's kind of a dubious honor: First radio station to go all Christmas, all the time.
A concerned citizen passes along this photo of, yes, a Salvation Army bellringer, today, Election Day, outside the Government Center T stop. Paging Dr. Suldog.
Is it time for my annual boycott of Karen Blake already? Gah!
UPDATE: OK, they haven't gone to All Xmas All the Time yet, it's for some contest where they play "one of our many versions 'Santa Clause Is Coming to Town' " and if you're the 20th caller you win just enough money to replace the radio you've flung to the ground in disgust.
Jim Sullivan opens his annual, Sisyphean campaign to remind retailers about this thing called "a calendar."
It's Christmas in September at the West Roxbury Home Depot, which has everything from giant fake trees to giant snow globes to a giant collection of Martha Stewart ornaments, including gold-speckled pine cones. When does WODS switch to Christmas music?
Kelly shows off her newest but already favorite Christmas-tree ornament.
I think our work here is done. That Hottness reviews the Midwesterner's bunched panties.
Matt Conti covers the North End Christmas parade.
Santa made his annual visit to Grove and Washington streets in West Roxbury this morning, where he was serenaded by the Beethoven/Ohrenberger School chorus. Afterwards, kids enjoyed pizza, cookies and hot chocolate.
Jonathan Kamens explains why Fitzgerald and Irina Kotiniuc need to stop hocking about how Christianity is under assault in the Boston area and the U.S.
BostonMaggie catches Santa saluting the commander of the USS Constitution during a tree lighting at Old Ironsides.
Not only has Jordan's bought and saved the old Jordan Marsh Enchanted Village, it's brought back Jordan's blueberry muffins.