Robert Adams captured Mrs. Mallard and her ducklings dressed in their St. Patrick's finest today.
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Charles Street turns into a lake and Public Garden Lagoon overflows its banks after water main pops at Charles and Boylston
Chris in 02134 shows us the new Lake Charles this morning. Earlier, he watched water bursting up at Charles and Beacon streets and flowing into the Public Garden Lagoon, which broke free from its artificial bounds and flooded the surrounding land: Read more.
Nazi brownpants with riot shields parade through Boston after members pulled out of clown-car U-Haul in Idaho
Update: They even used a U-Haul in Boston, but to haul away their riot shields.
Twonickels sums up the scene in Copley Square this afternoon: Read more.
Live Boston reports that on Saturday, Boston police officers and EMTs rushed to one of the Public Garden fences along Charles Street after a man attempting a feat of derring-do instead wound up impaled on one of the fence's pointy bars.
Responders were able to free him and rush him to Tufts Medical Center for emergency care.
Adam Balsam chronicles the 27 different species of birds he spotted over a week in the North End and the Public Garden.
Many of the people crossing the bridge over the Public Garden lagoon today stopped for a moment to contemplate the two bouquets of flowers, the photo of a young woman and a note left by the railing. Some even opened the folded note to read Samantha's pangs for Villanelle, whom she would never see again: Read more.
Boylston and Newbury streets and the Public Garden were awash in blue and yellow this afternoon as people marched to show their support for Ukraine. Read more.
The Public Garden, that is. Johnmcboston took in a match on the Public Garden Lagoon yesterday.
Matt Conti had the best seat for the foggy First Night fireworks over Boston Harbor at midnight. Read more.
WHDH reports that sometime overnight, somebody knocked over many of the 2,997 American flags volunteers had put in the ground in the Public Garden as a remembrance of the lives lost on 9/11.
Dimas shows us Mrs. Mallard and her ducklings dressed up today for Belarusian Independence Day - the anniversary of the day the Germans were driven out of Minsk in World War II.
Chris Devers photographed George Washington surveying all the blooming allium in the Public Garden.
WBUR talks to folks in the Public Garden about their return.
Photo of a Swan Boat taken between 1900 and 1906. In the Library of Congress collection.
The Swan boats formally return to the Public Garden lagoon this Saturday - good news for both visitors and for ducks - which will face a reduced risk of death from toxins released by microorganisms that are normally kept at bay by the boats' paddling.
Boston Police have released surveillance video of the man they say dragged a woman from Bromfield Street across the Common to the Public Garden where they say he raped her, around 2 a.m. on Sunday.
If he looks familiar, contact detectives at 617-343-4400 or the anonymous tip line by calling 800-494-TIPS or by texting TIP to CRIME (27463).
Boston Police have released a photo of a man they say forced a woman from Bromfield Street in Downtown Crossing through the Common and into the Public Garden, near Charles and Beacon streets, where he raped her, around 2 a.m. Read more.
Fundraising drive for woman critically injured by flying granite in that Public Garden crash involving the stolen pickup
Kamila Guimaraes has a 9-year-old son and got married a little over two weeks ago. She was brought into Tufts Medical Center in critical condition on Thursday, and now faces a long road to recovery after being hit by flying granite when a pickup truck slammed into a pillar at Charles and Boylston Streets. Read more.
Update: Suspect arrested.; friends set up GoFundMe page for victim.
The driver of a pickup truck slammed into a granite pillar along the edge of the Public Garden at Boylston and Charles streets around 4:30 p.m., seriously injuring somebody who was walking there at the time and doing major damage to the truck and the pillar. Read more.
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