May 28 7:13pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
List compiled by Greta Gaffin: For boys: Lincoln Hudson Easton Everett Weston Kingston Spencer Holden Dalton Warren Russell Princeton Franklin Sterling Heath Paxton Otis Lawrence Dennis Douglas Quincy Boston Lee Sutton For girls: Holland Sharon Chelsea Hadley Bristol Sutton What do you think will be next? I would be unsurprised to see Ashby, Aquinnah, Canton, Leyden, Mendon, Palmer, Rowley, Tolland, Salem and Swansea. Source.
May 28 5:56pm Vanyaland
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May 28 5:50pm Vanyaland
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May 28 5:33pm Vanyaland
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May 28 5:18pm Vanyaland
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May 28 4:11pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
This postcard, sometime from between 1930 and 1945, shows the Gulf Super-Service Station at 1309 Beacon St., in Coolidge Corner - where the Trader Joe's building and parking lot is today (and of course, then, as now, that was Brookline, not Boston). Postcard from the BPL Massachusetts postcard collection. Posted under this Creative Commons license.
May 28 2:58pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
See it larger. Michael Ratty joined the group watching artist Genaro Ortega (on the scaffolding on the right) work on his new mural at Peters Park in the South End today.
May 28 1:38pm Vanyaland
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May 28 1:38pm Vanyaland
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May 28 10:51am Vanyaland
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May 28 9:35am Vanyaland
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May 27 11:36pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
This was the scene at Harvard Square station on the Red Line shortly after 11 p.m. tonight. Full House Tickets was there to see the brutal scene.
May 27 10:46pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Flaming Grill and Buffet, which offers Chinese and American food, and plenty of it, opened Friday in the Stop & Shop mall on American Legion Highway, next to the Walgreens. The place did well with its fliers and newspaper ads - the large space was busy tonight on only its second day. This is not the place to come if you're expecting subtly-spiced, artful dishes. Come on, it's a buffet - you come here to eat plate after plate of stuff at a fixed price. There are fried things aplenty, from chicken to squid to crab rangoon, along with basics such as dumplings and chicken with mixed vegetables. There was also a lot of seafood - clams, oyster, salmon, crawfish, some sort of white fish (but no crab legs). Also available: Your three basic Chinese soups (hot and sour, egg drop and wonton, the latter made with a bit too much salt). For people looking for things with less grease and fat, there's a sushi bar with a decent amount of items and a hibachi area, where you pile up the stuff you want (chicken, meat, vegetables and eggs) and the hibachi guy grills them up, with a flair like that displayed by the chefs at Japanase hibachi places, only without a toque. Kids or people just not feeling the Chinese can bulk up on mac and cheese, instant mushed potatoes, French fries, something labled as prime rib and flat round objects generously identified as pizza. Plenty of desserts, from fruit to fried dough, cake and ice cream. We paid $50.71 (including tax) for three people - which included a soda or hot tea with unlimited refills.
May 27 6:15pm Vanyaland
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May 27 4:27pm Vanyaland
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May 27 3:48pm Vanyaland
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May 27 2:52pm Vanyaland
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May 27 2:52pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Sat, 05/27/2017 - 02:35Boston Police report finding a man, in his 20s, shot at 66 Hudson St. around 2:35 a.m. He was taken to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Free tagging: Hudson StreetMurderNeighborhoods: ChinatownTopics: Crime...
May 27 12:03pm Vanyaland
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May 27 11:52am Caught In Southie
This is probably not news to those living here in Southie but this new scoop made us realize this is not our father’s South Boston. According to Zumper.com, the South Boston Waterfront is getting an average of $3000 a month for rent. Southie averages about $2500 for a one bedroom – yes, a one bedroom. The […] The post Southie: Gotta have lots of $$$ to live here! appeared first on Caught In Southie.
May 27 11:26am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
As seen from Centre Street near the parkway. Photo by Robin. The Arnold Arboretum teased us yesterday, saying helium balloons would be meandering above Weld Hill between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. as part of a cool research project. ...
May 27 10:56am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
At least when we get a king tide, like we did overnight. Maria Lyons visited Tenean Beach this morning. Boston Harbor Now visited at the peak of the tide, around 1:50 this morning.
May 27 10:48am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
A concerned citizen files a 311 report about a collapsing pier in East Boston across from the Navy Yard: Wooden pier has deteriorated significantly over last 3 weeks and is emitting debris into the harbor at high tide. It needs removal to avoid further water contamination.
May 27 10:16am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Time lapse of commuter rail bridge behind td garden @universalhub pic.twitter.com/4n6sFwK5QO — Garry Waldeck (@Garrywaldeck) May 27, 2017...
May 27 8:59am Vanyaland
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May 27 8:33am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Josie Glausen took in the action at Boston Calling at its new Allston location last night, reports Chance was great.
May 27 8:28am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
pic.twitter.com/mehk4Zi0ui — dd808 (@dd808) May 23, 2017 For the past week, dd808 has watched a bird he's calling Bugsy Seagull attack his or her own reflection in a Government Center window. The Animal Rescue League papered over the window, but Bugsy outsmarted them - he just moved to another window.
May 27 2:07am Caught In Southie
Always Remember A little bit o’ history. Memorial Day is a national holiday and a day of remembrance of those who have died while serving our country in the armed forces. Originally called Decoration Day, it was a day to visit the cemetery and decorate the graves of fallen soldiers. Today it is a […] The post Memorial Day appeared first on Caught In Southie.
May 26 11:29pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
City Point Capital today formally proposed replacing the current MarineMax Russo complex in Port Nortfolk with 150 residential units, a 25-room hotel and a boathouse. The South Boston developer's letter of intent, filed with the BPDA, calls for 195 parking spaces for the proposed Neponset Wharf project, which would sit at the mouth of the Neponset, next to the Venezia Restaurant and the Boston Winery off Ericcson Street. The current MarineMax Russo boat sales, storage and service buildings would be torn down. The existing marina and slips, however, would be retained and upgraded. The next step is for the company to file a project notification form that would have more details on the proposal, as part of a public-hearing process before the BPDA board votes. Letter of intent (283k PDF).
May 26 5:49pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Chris Dempsey spotted this unlikely trio on the Common today - turkey, seagull and pigeon - and together they fight crime.
May 26 5:34pm Vanyaland
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May 26 3:43pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Transit Police report arresting a Canton man for conducting himself in a lewd manner on a C Line trolley as it approached Coolidge Corner around 9:30 p.m. yesterday. Robert Widberg, 53, already a Level 2 registered sex offender, was formally charged with open and gross lewdness. Innocent, etc.
May 26 1:23pm Boston Chefs
The folks at Catalyst want you to make the most of the all-too-brief outdoor dining season – with drinks. They’re reviving their Rosé of...
May 26 12:27pm Vanyaland
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May 26 12:03pm Caught In Southie
This premier east side penthouse has roof deck and parking! The open living floor plan offers stainless/granite kitchen, designated dining and large living room with gas fireplace. Enjoy a king size master suite with double closets and stone bath. There is also a queen guest bedroom, hardwood floors, central air, laundry and tandem parking. The […] The post On the Market: 605 East Broadway appeared first on Caught In Southie.
May 26 11:45am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Boston's population continues to grow, according to new estimates released yesterday by the U.S. Census Bureau. According to them, Boston was home to 673,184 people in 2016. Our city's population has grown ~8.46 percent since 2010, when there were 620,701 residents, according to the Census. Boston is now the 22nd-largest US city, moving ahead of Detroit, MI, which is one of only two large cities to lose population during the past 6 years (the other being Baltimore, MD). There is some evidence that the appeal of large cities may be cresting; according to the Washington Post, suburb growth outpaced city growth last year for the first time since 2010.
May 26 11:35am Caught In Southie
This gorgeous city side brick and beam corner penthouse has deeded parking- yes, parking! The loft like unit offers large living room with exposed brick and oversized windows. Fully equipped kitchen, stone bath, massive king size bedroom with walk-in closet, full size guest bedroom and exposed brick throughout. Enjoy souring ceilings covered in reclaimed wood, […] The post On the Market: 313-330 West Second Unit 513 appeared first on Caught In Southie.
May 26 11:34am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
WHDH reports the school on Longwood Avenue was evacuated, including students performing dental surgery at the time.
May 26 11:13am Caught In Southie
Be informed. Get involved. City Councilor at-Large Michael Flaherty is hosting a community meeting on behalf of all the South Boston elected officials and the mayor’s office on Monday, June 26th from 5:30-7:30pm at the Curley Community Center aka the L. A public safety plan for the summer with Boston, State and MBTA police will […] The post Southie Public Safety Meeting appeared first on Caught In Southie.
May 26 11:06am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Corey Smith, 35, was indicted this week on prostitution-related charges for activities over two years, including allegedly trafficking a minor in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Georgia, the US Attorney's office reports. Smith was formally charged with one count of transportation of a minor for purposes of prostitution, one count of sex trafficking by force, fraud or coercion, and two counts of transportation of an individual with intent to engage in prostitution. Prosecutors allege Smith brought the Massachusetts girl to other states for three months in 2015 and that he engaged in similar activities with two women in 2014 and 2015. If found guilty, Smith faces a minimum sentence of 15 years in federal prison and a maximum sentence of life, the US Attorney's office reports.
May 26 10:52am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
CommonWealth reports the Massachusetts Teachers Association rejected a motion to congratulate Sydney Chaffee on being named National Teacher of the Year. She's a teacher at the Codman Academy in Dorchester, which is, gasp, a charter school.
May 26 10:14am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
K asks: I need a place for lunch in DTX/FD that serves soup & has cozy booths. Neighborhoods: DowntownFree tagging: Downtown CrossingFinancial DistrictTopics: Dining...
May 26 9:55am Vanyaland
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May 26 9:28am Vanyaland
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May 26 9:25am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
No, we don't have any statues of Robert E. Lee - our memorials for slavery supporters are more subtle than that. Kevin Peterson wonders if it's time for some name changing on places such as Winthrop Square, named for slave-owning John Winthrop, and Faneuil Hall, named for slave-owning Peter Faneuil.
May 26 9:18am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
The First Church of Christ Scientist wants to remove an arch in front of its Publishing House on Mass. Ave., but the Boston Landmarks Commission wants to keep it. The Boston Sun reports.
May 26 9:00am Vanyaland
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May 26 8:15am Vanyaland
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May 25 9:31pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Rendering by Choo & Co. Local developer Owen Kiernan is proposing to use a vacant piece of land at 43 Lochdale Road for a five-story, 42-unit apartment building that on one side would offer views of the nearby Arnold Arboretum and on the other, the backs of triple deckers and a coin laundry on Washington Street. Kiernan's lawyer and architect met with a small group of residents tonight to go over preliminary plans for the structure, which has yet to go to either the BPDA or the zoning board. The building, roughly three-quarters of a mile from the Forest Hills T stop, would include a 49-car garage and enough storage space for at least 42 bicycles, and possibly more. Most of the units would have two bedrooms, with four units having just one. The top floor would have two-bedroom units with studies. Attorney George Morancy said his client would be willing to consider making the studies into third bedrooms aimed at families, if that's what the neighborhood wants. Five of the units would be rented as affordable to people making no more than 70\% of the area median income. Morancy acknowledged that given the site's location off congested Washington Street that traffic could be an issue. The building is not large enough to absolutely require a detailed traffic study, but he said the developer might wind up doing one - and figuring out if there's a way to funnel some traffic onto the nearby Arboretum Road rather than making all residents and guests use Lochdale - on which the owner of an existing self-storage place is looking to expand. Morancy said the building would need several variances from the Board of Appeal, starting with the fact that the vacant parcel is zoned for industrial, not residential use. A couple of residents suggested the development team get in contact with the Arboretum Park Conservancy, which is working to tie an Arboretum path to Washington Street by way of a new gate at the tunnel under the train tracks at the end of Arboretum Road, and to look at working with the city somehow on its planned expansion of Hubway bike-sharing to Roslindale.
May 25 8:08pm The Official Site of the BOSTON CELTICS
Thursday, May 25 - Cavaliers at Celtics Pregame – Celtics Adjusting Well Without IT...
May 25 7:07pm Vanyaland
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May 25 5:28pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Hubway will add more than 70 bike-rental stations over the next two years to the 127 it already operates in Boston, under a new contract with the city of Boston, Mayor Walsh's office said today. Currently unserved areas in Roslindale, Dorchester and Mattapan will get new Hubway stations under the terms of a new contract negotiated by Boston with Motivate International, the system's parent company. Hubway will also add additional stations in existing service areas to better handle demand - and add new stations in Cambridge, Somerville and Brookline. Work to come up with specific new locations will begin with public meetings this summer, the mayor's office said.
May 25 5:19pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
A Boston man who practices massage therapy at a studio inside Terminal B at Logan Airport had bail set at $5,000 today on a charge of raping a woman who sought a massage before a flight home on May 22, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. Read more. Neighborhoods: East BostonFree tagging: Logan AirportTopics: Crime...
May 25 4:57pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
The Davis Cos. this week filed a letter of intent with the BPDA to add seven stories to the brick building it owns at 112 Shawmut Ave., off Herald Street, and turn it into 155 housing units and a cafe. The proposal calls for roughly 128 parking spaces. Next up: Filing of a more detailed project-notification form. The building formerly housed offices and a daycare. 112 Shawmut Ave. letter of intent (128K PDF).
May 25 4:41pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
The Michaels Organization of Marlton, NJ yesterday filed a letter of intent with the BPDA to build two six-story residential buildings at 40 Rugg Road on land now occupied by some low-slung commercial and warehouse space. The 1.9-acre site is a short walk to the new Boston Landing train station, as well as the Stop & Shop site that could become the Stop & Shop & Live in One of Our 1,000 New Units site and, of course, the New Balance mega-project. In its filing, which presages a far more detailed project notification form, the company says it will provide 177 parking spaces in a five-level automated garage and 300 bicycle spaces. The units will be split among 88 studios, 114 one-bedroom units, and 60 two-bedroom units. 40 Rugg Rd. letter of intent (940k PDF).
May 25 4:29pm Boston Chefs
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May 25 4:23pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
The Dorchester Reporter interviews Joseph Wiley of East Boston, who says Boston's biggest issue now is the lack of affordable housing.
May 25 3:05pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
It's known to traffic reporters as The Great Circle of Traffic , and it happens when the loop comprising I-93 from Woburn to Canton and I-95 (128) between Canton and Woburn displays solid red on the traffic maps for its full length. Judging by the current map - see https://www.boston.com/boston-traffic - it may well happen before today's rush hour is over.
May 25 2:12pm Caught In Southie
Well, watch where you park if you’re going to dinner, lunch or taking care of other business on West Broadway. The lot behind Eastern Bank – which used to be a sort of “in the know” sneaky parking lot where people could park while they supported local businesses is now an enforced tow zone so […] The post Parking/Jerk Alert: South Boston appeared first on Caught In Southie.
May 25 1:06pm Vanyaland
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