Downtown

By - 3/15/16 - 4:49 pm
Paramount Theater marquee on Washington Street in downtown Boston

Looks like the marquee at Emerson's Parmount Theater has finally realized Felt will never answer it back and so has turned its attention to the coffee sippers across Washington Street at Caffe Nero.

By - 3/15/16 - 8:28 am

An immobile trolley at Park Street is causing "moderate" delays westbound, the T reports.

By - 3/14/16 - 11:03 am

Somebody angry over something called the threat into the courthouse on New Chardon Street. Court officials and police began evacuating the building around 11 a.m.

By - 3/11/16 - 10:14 am

Gwen Betts asks:

Best coffee shop/cafe in downtown Boston to work remotely with decent wi-fi?

By - 3/9/16 - 5:27 pm

According to BDC.

http://www.boston.com/news/2016/03/09/mbta-moves-government-center-openi...

Now, what's the over/under that they will open the station early, but then close it on select weekends/evenings to actually finish all the work - like they did with Assembly Station on the Orange Line?

By - 3/9/16 - 4:41 pm
WIlson Anthony

A dance instructor was ordered held without bail today at his arraignment on charges he raped a boy under 14 several times at lessons at the instructor's downtown home, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more.

By - 3/8/16 - 5:42 pm
Chess grandmaster in simultaneous games at South Station

Gabriel Daniels watched chess grandmaster Larry Christiansen take on several comers at once at South Station this afternoon.

By - 3/6/16 - 12:11 am
Boston Massacre reenactment

Matt Conti took in the Boston Massacre reenactment at the Old State House.

Copyright Matt Conti. Tagged as universalhub on Flickr.

By - 3/5/16 - 9:05 am

Elvis Jocol Lara reports on an incident at last night's game between the Celtics and the Knicks, who have a player from Spain: Read more.

By - 3/4/16 - 4:28 pm

The Globe reports the Suffolk board of trustees has hired Raskey Baerlein, which firms often hire to handle PR crises, to replace Regan Communications, which firms often hire to handle PR crises, such as the one involving Regan and the ouster of the school's latest president.

By - 3/3/16 - 2:42 pm

Mayor Walsh's office announced today it's chosen Delaware North's Boston Garden Development Corp. - currently building a new mixed-use tower at North Station - to transform City Hall Plaza into more than just a vast field of bricks with occasional concerts and food festivals. Read more.

By - 3/3/16 - 1:12 pm

Emerson College today announced plans to turn the building between the old Alley and the theater on Boylston Street into a new student dining center - to go along with the 18-story dorm the college is building there.

That's good news for fans of the old Colonial, which the college had initially looked at as space for a new student center/feeding facility. Read more.

By - 3/3/16 - 12:01 pm
2009 collapsed crane in downtown Boston.

The crane after it tipped over. Photo by ChinatownKicks.

The Massachusetts Appeals Court today upheld a nearly $10-million verdict for the death of James Williamson when the boom-lift crane from which he was inspecting a the roof of a Suffolk University building downtown tipped over, hurtling him into the wall of a neighboring building. Read more.

By - 3/2/16 - 10:37 pm
Crowded Blue Line station at State Street

Jordan Frias found himself in a rush-hour-like crowd at State Street around 10 p.m., 15 minutes or so after a train switched to the Pearly Gates track at Maverick.

By - 3/2/16 - 3:16 pm
Missing stuffed bunny rabbit

Vodkanaut reports somebody dropped this bun today outside Tossed Boston in Post Office Square.

Earlier:
A girl and her bun reunited for the holidays.

By - 3/1/16 - 4:39 pm
Two suspects in downtown stickups in Boston

Guy on left wanted; guy on right arrested.

Boston Police report arresting Jose Manuel Lopez on charges he was sticking up pedestrians at knifepoint in recent weeks downtown. Read more.

By - 2/29/16 - 10:53 pm
Interesting sky over downtown Boston

Erica Mattison looked up this afternoon (about 45 minutes before somebody in the South End was nearly blinded by the setting sun reflecting off the other side of the tower).

By - 2/29/16 - 6:42 pm
Millennium Tower

Marc Choquette gives us a taste of his new afternoon ritual at his office at 500 Harrison Ave. in the South End: Having his retinas fried to a cinder by the blinding light reflected off Millennium Tower.

By - 2/25/16 - 1:40 pm

The Fort Point Boston Blog reports on efforts by the Boston Preservation Alliance, The Friends of the Northern Avenue Bridge and the Fort Point Neighborhood Association to make sure the now unusable bridge is eventually restored. Read more.

By - 2/25/16 - 8:33 am

Some sort of power problem at Back Bay means the T is urging people headed for downtown points to use the Green Line instead. Meanwhile, The Management reports:

Stuck at Aquarium and i can't even see the penguins. Blue Line delay due to "signal problem" at Orient Heights.