On Tuesday at Long Wharf
Suffolk University, which currently has an ad campaign boasting how many of its law-school graduates are Massachusetts judges, is ending its commitment to the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service, which trains law students for careers in public service.
The news comes in a mailing from Rappaport Foundation Chairwoman Phyllis Rappaport today:
Suffolk University has recently communicated its inability to sustain its... Read more
A Union-backing citizen complains about some graffiti on a bench along the water near the Aquarium:
Weird pro-confederate propaganda graffiti on the benches by the water.
When caught, Nelligan will face arraignment for felony vandalism and trespassing for the Boylston incident and separate charges for three graffiti incidents in Brighton.
If you know where he is, you can... Read more
Local restaurant operator Seth Greenberg will convert the closed Radius, 8-10 High St., into the Boston outlet of a chain of Italian restaurants.
Serafina will sport a "northern Italian concept," his lawyer, WIlliam Ferullo, told the Boston Licensing Board at a hearing yesterday. Ferullo said the Boston outpost will be similar to a Serafina in New York's Meatpacking district, but with lower prices.
The... Read more
The Boston Licensing Board today approved plans by a Korean family to turn the UBurger space at 16 North St. into a restaurant that will meld Korean and western cuisine.
The Chang family will spend $425,000 to buy the liquor license of the defunct Charley's on Newbury Street for their new Koy restaurant.
"There's a real need for Korean flavor meets western food," their attorney,... Read more
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports the trustees of Harbor Towers have come out swinging against Donald Chiofaro's proposed towers next door, saying they're just too damn big:
Since modern urban planning began here in Boston in the early 1960s, it has been customary and an article of faith that we do not build huge skyscrapers and excessive density on our waterfront; the recent, professionally conducted Greenway District... Read more
The Globe reports on efforts to stem drug sales in and around the Common, in particular, the short stretch of Boylston between Tremont and Washington where that pilot was arrested the other day.
TD Garden officials said today they tripled the number of ambulances they normally have on hand for a concert and added extra security guards and other staffers to deal with what they knew could be an onslaught of pre-gamed ticketholders streaming in for a June 25 concert by the Swedish EDM DJ.
But just as Avicii was taking the stage around 9:30 p.m., city EMS... Read more
JB Parrett looked up at the underside of City Hall:
Boston City Hall. Ugly, but love the angles.
The Boston Licensing Board yesterday ordered Hurricane O'Reilly's to shut for four days as punishment for an April incident in which bouncers were captured on video beating one patron so badly he left a large pool of blood on the sidewalk and chasing and punching several others.
The Mayor's Office of Consumer Affairs and Licensing had earlier ordered a two-day shutdown for the bar,... Read more
Around 4:45 a.m. on April 17, a 911 dispatcher picked up the phone to hear a somewhat frantic woman on the other end - calling from the inside of An Tain on India Street downtown, where she found herself locked in. Firefighters and police were dispatched and were able to talk the woman through opening the door from the inside.
According to police, the woman,... Read more
The city Office of Arts and Culture is throwing a Donna Summer roller-skating bash on City Hall Plaza Friday evening.
The Donna Summer Memorial Roller Disco Tribute Party, which pays tribute to the Dorchester disco diva, starts at 6 p.m. Skateless? Don't worry - there'll be a dance floor set up to bust a move on.... Read more
The BRA, which has battled some North End residents for years over its unquenching desire to turn a kiosk at the end of Long Wharf into a restaurant, has filed a federal lawsuit against the National Park Service, which now says the kiosk needs to be left alone, because it's basically parkland, NorthEndWaterfront.com reports.
In an area like that, police figure, lots of people probably whipped out their phones and started taking photos and video:
Detectives are requesting the publicâ€™s assistance in locating witnesses as well as obtaining any smart phone footage... Read more
The video posted on Barstool Sports.
Officials at the company that owns Hurricane O'Reilly's say they've fired the two bouncers seen on a Web video punching patrons in April - one to the point that he left, according to police, "a large amount of blood" on the ground.
The manager on duty at the time was suspended, then quit of his own accord,... Read more
The Patriot Ledger reports a Quincy man caused a bit of a splash in court on Friday when he was arraigned on charges of jumping into the central tank at the New England Aquarium.
"Fortunately the sharks had already been fed," Wark said in an email Sunday
Transit Police report they're looking for a guy who sauntered out of the Tavern in the Square late on June 20 with somebody else's purse.
They've posted several photos of the Where's Purse-Snatching Waldo and ask anybody who know where he is to call detectives at 617-222-1050 or text an anonymous tip to 873873.... Read more