The Globe reports the Baker administration wants to study the ramifications of the proposal.
South Boston Convention Center
The Globe gets the scoop on a plan to use small self-propelled diesel cars to shuttle people between the Seaport and Back Bay station via a short and dormant track the state acquired in last year's CSX deal.
For you oldtimers, think Budd cars, only more modern. And, yes, the state is planning on buying some of the units for use on the Fairmount Line, too.
Pax East is not your typical convention-center kind of exhibition.
Hint: The flashing alarms and the announcements to evacuate are a good indicator:
Seems that when a big convention is in town, the MBTA runs special Silver Line service to the airport straight from the convention center, rather than making people carry their bags on that long walk to the nearest Silver Line stop and crowding onto a bus there.
Jeff Cutler reports from the New England Auto Show, which runs through Monday at the convention center.
Paul McMorrow takes a look at the new D Street now that Southie no longer distrusts the convention center or the fancy-shmancy waterfront district.
Good news for people who keep kosher or just like the idea of easy access to a knish:
City, state officials are looking for tax breaks, road improvements to entice somebody to build a 1,000-room hotel at the South Boston convention center, the Globe reports. Best part is at the end, when the guy who runs the Mass. Convention Center Authority brings out the old world-class-city argument, as in: How can Boston be world class if it doesn't have a 1,000-room hotel at the convention center?