Kelley O'Shea snapped a photo of what she saw in South Boston this afternoon after her nieces and nephew alerted her to "some moron" hanging off a fifth-floor deck.
The Dedham Stop & Shop always seem to have one of the largest selections of food that's kosher for Passover outside of Harvard Street in Brookline - and not just the traditional stuff like matzoh and gefilte fish. Among the selections this year: Roasted seaweed snacks.
On Jan. 6, 1800, our own John Adams, then serving as president in the nation's capital of Philadelpha, declared a national day of mourning for George Washington, who had died less than a month earlier. The date chosen was Washington's birthday - Feb. 22.
Massachusetts declared its own day of mourning for Feb. 22 that year as well: Read more.
Ashish Kasturia said good bye to the giant Christmas tree at Faneuil Hall Marketplace today.
This week and next, Boston will pick up residents' un-decorated Christmas trees on their recycling days.
Eileen Murphy noticed what a run on Pedialyte means at the South Boston Rite Aid, with photos of the display case yesterday and then 24 hours later today.
Either a whole bunch of babies got sick or the walking wounded revelers put a big dent in the pedialyte display.
Bill Brett watched people in swimsuits run into the bay during the L Street Brownies' annual event.
Jonathan Berk joins the Pru in wishing you good tidings for the year to come.
Kate couldn't help but notice the way the Crowne Plaza was lit up in Newton Corner over the turnpike tonight.
Why, yes, that was Santa dashing through the Charles by the Esplanade today, as captured by Rob Colonna.
WMFO, 91.5 FM in Medford, played two straight hours of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" this morning - including the versions by Leon Redbone and Zooey Deschanel and Michael Buble and Miss Piggy.
H/t Ron Newman for noticing, since here at UHub World Headquarters, we get WMLN in Milton on 91.5.
From the WBCN oldies collection.
H/t Gary C.
Louise Miller got a dawn look today at the Nova Scotia Christmas Tree on Boston Common - lit up last night - and the towers of the Back Bay.
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