RoadTrip New England watched the (almost full) Harvest Moon rise over Fresh Pond in Cambridge tonight.
J.B. Parrett finds a place with an interesting interplay of light and shadows in Cambridge.
A man who'd taken to robbing a different Boston-area bank once a month was arrested today, the US Attorney's office reports. Read more.
UPDATE: Cambridge Police report she's been found safe and reunited with her family.
Cambridge Police report they are looking for Muna Kebede Shiferaw, 10.
She was last seen around 2:30 p.m. leaving the Peabody School at 70 Rindge Ave.
Wicked Local Cambridge reports Cambridge city councilors are talking tough on turkeys, demanding the city do something about the beaked menace. One counselor, though, says bunnies are just as bad. Another counselor accused one turkey of specifically waiting for him outside a meeting to do God knows what to him.
Has there ever been anything good written about the Boston highway revolts?
Would it surprise you terribly to learn that the Red Line is having signal problems again? This time they're at Kendall/MIT. The MBTA says the delays, on the southbound side, are "minor," but some riders beg to differ:
50 minutes from Alewife to Andrew is not minor.
Cambridge Police today announced the arrest of Lamaree Wallace, 20, of Roxbury, on charges he fired at least one shot into a house on William Street, off River Street, around 5:15 p.m. on Sunday. Read more.
The Crimson reports on several cases of the virus, which can cause rashes and mouth sores.
European Bunny is a math teacher from England, who is here with a math-teacher friend from China. She reports her friend plans to use smoots in a homework assignment now, based in part on the video above.
Half of the drawbridge near the Museum of Science refuses to go down and so traffic near there is "a huge mess," Jill Neblett reports.
The owner of the Crimson Galleria and nearby properties clustered along JFK Street wants a federal judge to block a proposed Winthrop Street dispensary, arguing marijuana remains illegal under federal law and so its proposed operators - and the city of Cambridge, the town of Georgetown and the state of Massachusetts - are violating the federal anti-racketeering law. Read more.
The Crimson reports.
UPDATE, 5:55 p.m. The T has gone to "moderate."
Of course, the signal problems that caused the Red Line to creep this morning, although this time they're at Alewife and, so far at least, the delays are only "minor," the MBTA reports - phrasing that Meri would take issue with:
20+ minutes from S. Sta. And just now at Harvard. Crawling btwn stops. Standing by AGAIN.