Teddy Kokoros took in the Greek Independence Day parade today.
The case of the mystery justice has likely been solved, officials say. A portrait with no ID hanging outside the door of Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Ralph Gants turns out to be Lemuel Shaw, who served nearly 30 years as chief justice in the mid-1800s.
Credit for IDing the justice, who served as chief justice between 1830 and 1860, goes to a longtime court officer with a background in forensic science - and extensive knowledge of the antiques and fine-art business, according to court officials: Read more.
JB Parrett noticed a window shopper outside Sweet on Charles Street on Beacon Hill.
Damaskin gingerly walked across the Common this morning.
AV Morrison reports on an incident around 2 p.m. at the southeast corner of Mt Vernon and Louisburg Square:
I heard the plow truck scrapping the side of the car. And then the plower took the right tail light out! It was bent at a 90 degree angle for a few seconds before it cracked. I almost got hit by the large portion of it, which flew off towards the fence of the garden. And it was after that I took the license plate number of the plow truck guy. ... Whether he left a note for the SUV owner, I don't know.
Boston Attitude shows us the hunk of tree that fell on a car parked near the State House on Beacon Hill this afternoon.
The Globe reports tourists are starting to talk about the fur-covered butterballs in the Public Garden and on the Common.
Rebecca found herself behind a wayward U-Haul on Storrow Drive inbound shortly after 12:30 p.m. today.
Vasant Marur spent some time on Beacon Hill tonight.
The Friends of the Public Garden snapped sculptor Nancy Schon sitting on Mrs. Mallard on the 30th anniversary of the installation of her Ducklings statues in the Public Garden this past weekend.
A Red Line train came up lame at Charles/MGH outbound and now the MBTA is reporting "moderate" delays.
An Orange Line train stopped at North Station and refused to budge, but the T reports it made it budge and now things are back to normal on that liine.
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