Who's on First on Yawkey Way will be going away, Red Sox President Sam Kennedy said tonight at a meeting between Red Sox officials and Fenway residents. Read more.
Sway Aveda Spa shows us the Citgo Sign tonight.
Burning Greed is a documentary produced by Sonia Weinhaus covering the arson-for-profit ring operating in The Fenway in the late-1970s. Read more.
WBUR reports Boston University is looking to sell the Kenmore Square building the roof of which they now rent out for the iconic sign.
UPDATE, 7 p.m. A thermal scanner mounted on a State Police helicopter found no evidence of a body; firefighters began packing up to leave.
Around 6:15 p.m., based on a phone call. Police and firefighters from both Boston and Cambridge are on scene and searching the Charles River.
About 9:05 p.m. at Hemenway Street and Westland Avenue, by two men, in their 20s, both about 6'1", one white with blond hair, one black with short dreads, who got into a gray sedan driven by a third man. The white guy showed a silver handgun.
Ben Timmins asks why the Fenway neighborhood smells like sulfur.
A male employee of the House of Blue was fired after he was discovered having sex with a female patron in a second-floor men's room in November, the venue's manager told the Boston Licensing Board today. Read more.
Keiko reports the Museum of Fine Arts will hold a panel discussion next month on lessons learned from last year's "Kimono Wednesdays" controversy, in which Asian-American protesters charged letting white people try on a kimono was racist cultural appropriation - an accusation met by Japanese and Japanese-American counter-protesters, who saw the event as an introduction to Japanese culture.
She posts a statement by the MFA on the lengthy negotiations that led to the Feb. 7 event - which is free but for which you have to reserve tickets.
"Not cool," Mister Jason opines after seeing a defaced 6 outside Fenway Park last night.
The Boston Licensing Board ruled today that Who's on First was not to blame for a quadruple shooting on Nov. 26 that left Jephthe Chery of Hyde Park dead. Read more.
Jana is at the Mighty Mighty Bosstones show at the House of Blues tonight.
A concerned citizen requests that the city replace the "END" sign that used to designate the spot in Kenmore Square where Rte. 20 ends:
Prior to the reconstruction of Kenmore Square there was a sign marking the terminus of U.S. Route 20 (an important marker given its 3,365 mile span, the longest road in the United States). This image is attached, taken around 2005. After reconstruction the sign does not appear to have been replaced. Is there a reason this has not been replaced? Perhaps it could be added to the "Bicycles Stop On Line for Green" post that is on the island between Comm Ave. eastbound/Beacon St.
The Boston Business Journal reports.
Ben Quahog spotted this unusual flier this morning.
The Boston Licensing Board will meet next week to decide if Who's on First on Yawkey Way could have done anything to stop an attack that left a commuter-rail conductor dead and three other men with injuries as Thanksgiving began.
If the board determines the bar was negligent or somehow at least partially responsible for the shootings, it could take steps ranging from a simple warning to suspending or even revoking its liquor license. Read more.
Annabelle Blake shares her photo of the "cotton candy" sunset over Kenmore Square this evening.