The Boston City Archives recently posted a collection of photos of Boston street cars, including this photo of trolleys lined up in Copley Square for the School Boy Parade on June 6, 1937, and a photo of the scene on Tremont Street around 1895 - two years before the first subway tunnel in America opened underneath Tremont: Read more.
Sup3rmark shows us the main library in Copley Square today.
The Friendly Toast, which has an outlet in Kendall Square, wants to move into space being vacated by a Mexican restaurant at 76 Stanhope St. Read more.
Cambridge Day talks to Clover CEO Ayr Muir about the experiences of running a 24-hour restaurant in Central Square (all good, he says) and reveals that, in addition to the Newbury Street cafe now under construction, Clover is also scouting locations in Copley Square.
The Herald reports the keeper of special collections at the BPL in Copley Square has been put on leave as police and now the FBI investigate the disappearance of two valuable prints from the library.
The Herald reports on the disappearance of a Rembrandt etching and a Durer engraving.
Boston loves its lions. From stately lions in our main library to lions that spout water around a flagpole, from stylized lions with wings to lions that proclaim the majesty of the British empire, lions are our pride. Read more
Jay Franzone was among those on hand to watch Adrianne Haslet-Davis dance across the Boston Marathon finish line in Copley Square this morning.
Haslet-Davis, you may recall, was the ballroom dancer who lost her left leg below the knee in the 2013 bombings.
The intersection of Dartmouth and Boylston streets and Copley station on the Green Line were shut shortly before noon as the BPD bomb squad investigated a suspicious vehicle and its apparent driver.
Rory Razon, who took the photo of the car in question, reports:
Some idiot left his car and refused to move it. Police action. They took to guy into custody.
Dvdoff was in the Copley Plaza this morning as the elite runners got a sendoff before boarding a bus for the Marathon starting line in Hopkinton.
Our own Dvdoff was down in Copley Square this morning, watching workers cleaning the Marathon finish line.
The BRA was scheduled to vote on a proposed 52-story residential building atop the mall yesterday, but the Globe reports the authority put off the vote because community groups continue to protest the number of affordable housing units as too low.
J. Patience was startled by the retail-lease sign on the side of the new wing of the under-renovation BPL main library in Copley Square.
Earlier this month, BPL trustees issued an RFP for companies interested in leasing the space, at the corner of Boylston and Exeter in the under-renovation Johnson wing.
A roving UHub photographer took this panorama inside the renovated Johnson wing of the BPL main branch in Copley Square.
The BPL formally opened its revamped modern wing at the main library in Copley Square yesterday. Whitney Wilson loved the new children's library.
Greg Cook also toured the updated wing:
The first thing you notice about the renovation of the second floor of the Johnson Building at the Boston Public Libraryâ€™s central Copley Square branch ... is the color.
Man tees off atop Mt. Copley this afternoon as Catboston watches.