Chris Lovett posts a collection of his parade photos through the years.
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Robert Adams captured Mrs. Mallard and her ducklings dressed in their St. Patrick's finest today.
Ron Newman took in the Lunar New Year celebrations in Chinatown today.
Josh Borrow took in the family fireworks over the Common tonight.
Michael Burstein watched them, too:
A concerned citizen or, perhaps, a Public Works employee out and about, based on the way the 311 report is written, noted at 6:28 this morning that somebody has already de-trimmed their Christmas tree and put it out for disposal at Beckler Avenue and K Street in South Boston.
An old tradition among Jewish reporters is to take shifts on Christmas Eve and Christmas day so that their Christian co-workers can take the time off. Harvey Leonard came out of retirement tonight to give one of his former weather colleagues time off.
The Puritans may not have been quite as dour as we think, but their aversion for celebrating Christmas is well known - and persisted in Massachusetts long after they were gone. Aline Kaplan recounts how 19th-century Boston Unitarians began to change that.
Matt Frank tracked Santa making his way across the harbor on a State Police patrol boat to Chelsea.
Adam Castiglioni watched Santa (and the Italian consul in Boston) ride down Hanover Street today.
A decision not to put a Christmas tree in a Dedham branch library has turned into the sort of brouhaha you don't normally expect to see in a quaint Massachusetts town, or Dedham, for that matter.
Joe Blankenship gives us a taste of Thanksgiving, Somerville style. You get up early to run in the Gobble Gobble Gobble race, then retire to the Burren to slake that thirst you've worked up: Read more.
Peter Muise recounts the hardier pies of yore, so tough that all the pies New England wives made could be stored in the root cellar - without a tin - for weeks: Read more.
Jon Hillman spotted this wrapped turkey at Spring Lane and Devonshire Street downtown this morning.
Boston's Finest made sure this flock made it across Neponset Ave earlier today. Their luck may run out by Thursday!
Lisa Green got a gander at the Faneuil Hall Marketplace Christmas tree being delivered today. Read more.
Peter Cheung helped organize - and video - last night's annual Halloween Bike Ride. Read more.
Tess Scheflan captured Tanya Nixon-Silberg being inspired by Sharif Muhammad's new mural on McBride Street in Jamaica Plain.
Matt Frank stayed a respectable distance away from this T Rex on Revere Beach late this afternoon - as well as Rex's dog-walking dinospouse: Read more.
James Sanna shows us the wigged-out James Michael Curley statutes today.
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