One hundred years ago today, people all over the Boston area stopped what they were doing to celebrate the end of the War to End All Wars. Read more.
On a nice day in the Public Garden, you take pictures. Kaylaclare is trying to find the couple she managed to snap last month:
If you were in the Boston Public Garden having your engagement photos taken on October 21 - contact me if you would like this to add to your collection as well!
Martin Lieberman was among the tens of thousands who lined Boylston and Cambridge street to watch the Red Sox rolling rally today. Among the people he spotted: Relief pitcher Joe Kelly and 2004 star Pedro Martinez. Read more.
UPDATE: Released on personal recognizance at his arraignment, Suffolk County DA's office reports.
Maybe he meant well, like other people at the rolling rally tossing beers up to Red Sox players, but whatever the intent, Boston Police report a Sandwich resident faces arraignment on charges that include assault and battery with a dangerous weapon for an incident during the parade on Boylston Street in Copley Square around 11:40 a.m.
Officers placed the suspect in custody after observing him throw an unopened can of beer at one of the Duck Boats, striking an adult male party on board. The victim was not injured as a result of the incident.
Carpundit spotted these dragons on Marlborough Street in the Back Bay today.
Lou Merloni reports.
Copley Wolf Design Group captures the Pru tonight.
Remember Atlas, the robot who loved boxes but who had to deal with some jerk with a hockey stick who kept swatting the boxes away and then tried to knock poor Atlas down? Atlas is back and out for some sweet robot justice. That guy better run.
The Esplanade Fiedler Head is sporting a 17-foot-wide, 7-foot-tall knit Sox cap this morning in honor of the team's ALDS victory last night, courtesy of the the Esplanade Association.
“My father was a Red Sox fan and I often joined him at Fenway Park for games. I’m sure he would approve of the donning of a Red Sox hat, especially this year,” said Peter Fiedler, son of legendary Boston Pops conductor Arthur Fiedler.
Greta Gerwig is filming part of her version of "Little Women" on Dartmouth Street in the Back Bay, and that means covering the asphalt with dirt to recreate 19th-century scenes featuring horses and carriages, as Pilotblock observed this morning.
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