Boston Police report a South Boston man is at a local hospital for treatment and waiting arraignment on charges he fired several flares at Rowes Wharf, causing damage to both the Boston Harbor Hotel and boats docked there and for the hypodermic needles he threw at responding officers, one of whom was stabbed by one of them after the man had been cuffed. Read more.
Man opens fire on Rowes Wharf with a flare gun, attacks responding cops with uncapped hypodermic needles, police say
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Organizers of the first Greater Boston Arts Expo - with live performances by "organizations across the region, with a focus on uplifting work by historically excluded populations including BIPOC, trans, and disabled communities" - have cancelled the event because of tomorrow's anticipated storms. Read more.
Three alleged suburban dumbasses break into cruise boat at Rowes Wharf with bottle of vodka; all arrested, one after being fished out of the harbor, into which he jumped despite not knowing how to swim, police say
Boston Police report some boys up from Bridgewater yesterday decided to cap off their night by heading down to Rowes Wharf and breaking into the Valiant, a cruise boat docked there. Read more.
The Boston Fire Department reports a small craft anchored in Boston Harbor near Rowes Wharf burst into flames late this afternoon. BFD and Massport fire crews doused the flames with harbor water, then towed what was left of the boat to the dock to make sure they could cool hot spots to keep them from re-erupting into flames. Read more.
The Boston Fire Department reports firefighters responded to Pasta Beach, a restaurant at Rowes Wharf, around 3:30 p.m. to battle a fire that erupted in ducts there. Read more.
We can only assume Rowes Wharf was handing out free welder's goggles to people looking at this car parked outside today, such as roving UHub photographer Jed Hresko.
Rick Macomber watched the sunrise from the atrium at Rowes Wharf this morning.
Cybah captured the sun centered in the Rowes Wharf arch as it rose this morning.
617 Images shows us Rowes Wharf tonight.
David Finnerty watched the people who watched "An Affair to Remember," rain be damned, at the Boston Harbor Hotel on Rowes Wharf tonight.
Christopher watched the sunrise through the lens of Rowes Wharf.
At the Boston Harbor Hotel this afternoon - just as a couple was getting married there.
A correspondent reports she saw a guy steal the tip jar at the Starbucks at 30 Rowes Wharft around 4:10 p.m. today - despite the best efforts of a barista and a single customer to stop him.
"I feel bad for the working staff, they're not rich," she said, adding she's also upset that while women in the shop called 911, "lots of men in there were buying coffee and they didn't even block the door nor tried to help."
The Boston Harbor Hotel wants to offer ice skating in the Rowes Wharf rotunda this winter.
The hotel goes before the Mayor's Office of Consumer Affairs and Licensing next Wednesday to seek permission to operate a skating rink between Nov. 29 and and Feb. 28. The hearing starts at 10:15 a.m. in the office's eighth-floor hearing room in City Hall.
Jpilz spotted the downtown turkey setting up housekeeping on a ledge at Rowes Wharf this evening. If only it were a duck, it could get a room and put it on its bill.
Speaking of the turkey, there's a move to name the turkey. Given the bird appeared just as the mayor was announcing his departure, how about Tom?
Turkey continues to stick neck out in downtown Boston.
As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly!
The Herald reports residents of Harbor Towers and Rowes Wharf are trying to rename their stretch of the waterfront as the Wharf District.
Ed. Boston English question: If they succeed, would kids born there be called Wharf Rats?
Alex Howell captured his favorite East Boston bodega, the Meridian Corner Market, while Ed Hatfield photographed the gazebo at Rowes Wharf:
Copyright Alex Howell and Ed Hatfield, respectively. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.
Jozef Stazka photographed the grand entrance to the sea at Rowes Wharf.
Wicked Winthrop reports the town's gotten a $950,000 federal stimulus grant to start ferry service to and from Rowe's Wharf.
Around 7:45 p.m., Chelseacbboyles tweeted:
The intersection of Northern and Atlantic Aves were blocked by the cops so the King of Sweden could leave Rowes Wharf Hotel
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