Ron Germán looked out his window on Upland Avenue in Dorchester this morning to see a standoff between Boston EMS and the turkey pack that rules the roost in the Melville Park area, a standoff that didn't end when the EMTs turned on their emergency lights and honked: Read more.
The Night Ridah reports that somebody on Moreland Street at Whiting Street in Roxbury eschewed the more traditional cones or trash cans and used a walker and a tub of Lego pieces to save a space today.
At 4 p.m., Teresa Polhemus, the BPDA's executive director, posted a photo of the line she was in at Government Center for a bus across the harbor because the Blue Line was out of service - as it had been since at least 5:44 a.m., when the T first reported "a disabled train" at Maverick. Read more.
Roving UHub photographer Kevin Whitely shows us the White Elephant, a houseboat that's normally docked at Lewis Wharf in the North End, but which broke free during the blizzard and wound up sunk in the water at Yacht Haven, at the next wharf over. That gray rectangle in the photo is the White Elephant's roof.
Carmen Sandiejo shows the French toast (and berries) she was about to tuck into at the height of the storm yesterday.
Need more inspiration? Here at French Toast Central, we've got plenty, thanks to folks who, in between shoveling, gazing out the window and more shoveling, sent in photos of their French toast: Read more.
Roving UHub photographer Anna Geneva captured the Longwood Green Line stop tonight.
She probably enjoyed the view a bit more than the driver who managed to get a beefy SUV stuck on the Green Line in Cooldige Corner - not to mention the people in the trolleys on either side who got blocked by it, like Agiocochook1: Read more.