It was bad enough, police say, that they caught four underage Northeastern students inside Daisy Buchanan's with Bud Lights. Even worse was that owner Joseph Cimino tried to keep them from questioning one of the four - after he had already tried to flee out the back - two detectives told the Boston Licensing Board yesterday
Sgt. Det. Robert Mulvey says Cimino's action, which included... Read more
Yeah, nothing like a bag full of liquid nutrients infusing into one of your veins to get you going again. Boston Magazine gives us a dose of the news about what people with more money than they know what to do with do with their money.
Suitsupply, based in Amsterdam, is eying the perpetually under-renovation Ciao Bella space at 240 Newbury St. for a possible clothing store and cafe, an attorney for building owner Joseph Cimino said today.
Attorney Stephen Miller explained the possible deal to the Boston Licensing Board in yet another bid to get Cimino more time to actually use the liquor license he holds for the space.
As... Read more
Mike Mac noticed the lights at Newbury and Berkeley were both red and green this afternoon.... Read more
WBUR interviews Mery Daniel, who lost her left leg on April 15, on her release from Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. She talks of the changes she'll have to make in her life, but adds:
I love Boylston and Newbury street. I don't want to be afraid of that street. I want to go back to enjoy walking that street and go shopping.... Read more
The owner of the shuttered Ciao Bello on Newbury Street at Fairfield yesterday asked the Boston Licensing Board to let him hold onto the liquor license he holds but isn't using, saying he is close to getting an SBA loan that will, he promises, finally let him finish what turned into a multi-year renovation project.
Joseph Cimino's attorney, Stephen Miller, told the board that "multiple... Read more
Cherie L. King photographed a sign on Newbury Street this morning.
Around 3:30 p.m., yesterday, an alert went out over Boston fire and police channels: Car on fire at Clarendon and Newbury. When first responders got there, though,... Read more
The Proper Bostonian writes she could deal with a Frye boot store replacing one of her favorite restaurants - Charley's at Newbury and Gloucester. But she will not abide by the arboreal destruction she says Frye committed outside the location - eight trees chopped to bits:
Besides the kousa dogwoods there was a white birch, and other trees. It's a grim scene and a... Read more
A former Harvard Square Upper Crust renamed the Just Crust could soon be joined by a former Newbury Street Upper Crust to be renamed the Proper Slice.
The Boston Licensing Board today gave SS Investments permission to start serving food at the old Upper Crust at 222 Newbury St., a location it acquired from bankruptcy court in December. However, the board deferred action on a... Read more
Tyler Brewer captured the scene outside H&M at Clarendon and Newbury Street around lunchtime, where a hydrant was busy pumping water into the street.... Read more
A Boston cop who just didn't want to leave Daisy Buchanan's at closing time on June 3 - and who ordered a round of beers for himself and two friends nearly an hour later - earned the restaurant a trip to the Boston Licensing Board today, because two on-duty police detectives spotted the trio drinking their beers.
Owner Joseph Cimino apologized to the licensing board... Read more