The Herald summarizes the song if you don't want to watch the video, which ends in a suicide.
State Police report that Ronald Snee, 50, died early Sunday in Quincy, when a Plymouth man crossed the median strip on Quincy Shore Drive and hit Snee's Explorer head on. The Plymouth man was charged with motor vehicle homicide while operating under the influence.
Around 5:30 p.m., another JP motorist was taken to the hospital in Newton after his car collided with another vehicle... Read more
A roving Universal Hub reporter filed this report from Woodland this afternoon:
From first hand experience (I was there), a 2-car train (cars no. 3645 and 3843) had their pantographs damaged when entering Woodland station, possibly due to an issue with the overhead wire there. They sent a team over there pretty quick and they tied down the pantographs and shut down the cars. Shuttle... Read more
Wicked Local Newton reports a Watertown woman is charged with wasting a perfectly good iced coffee she'd just bought at the Beacon Street Dunkin' Donuts by throwing it at another woman - after which she allegedly told the now drenched victim to stay away from her man.
However, she got a... Read more
You want Haynes Management of Wellesley. The Boston Business Journal reports the Newton company, which does health-care consulting, is the subject of hate mail that should have been targeted at the Wellesley company, a real-estate concern.
A real clown, on a clown bike, who began yelling and making threatening gestures at a woman who didn't respond when he asked how to get to Waltham.
First was Mayor for Life Ted Mann. Then came Mayor Until Newton North David Cohen.
Today, Mayor For a Year and A Bit Setti Warren tweeted he's running for the US Senate seat now held by Scott Brown in next year's elections.
AlertNewEngland reports somebody was held up this afternoon at the Chestnut Hill stop on the Green Line by a black male wearing a ski mask and baggy red and black clothes who fled toward the Longwood Cricket Club.
Surprisingly, though, not on the menagerie that is the Red Line. Andrew Holleron tweets from an inbound D trolley on the Green Line this morning:
Wasps on a crowded train. Oddly enough, calm reserve, no panic. Heroic woman pockets one wasp in a napkin.
Residents from Brighton, Brookline and Newton are trying to organize a task force to watch over a proposed hotel and retail development that would demolish not only the vacant Cleveland Circle Cinema but the Applebee's next door, on land split by the Boston/Brookline line just down the street from Newton.
But if the one you're with happens to be yourself, you might want to find someplace a bit more private than the parking lot of a Newton Whole Foods.