Pregame Post-Ups: Status Quo in Chicago

Apr 23 5:35pm The Official Site of the BOSTON CELTICS
Sunday, April 23 - Celtics at Bulls Pregame – Status Quo in Chicago...
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Week of April 24th

Apr 23 2:54pm Caught In Southie
Support with some laughs!  A special comedy fundraiser will be held on Monday, April 24th a Laugh Boston for Pablo Rojas – who’s home collapsed at 62 O Street earlier this month.  There will be food, drinks,  silent and live auctions, raffles and of course comedy!  Tickets are $25-$40 and can be purchased here! Fun […] The post Week of April 24th appeared first on Caught In Southie.
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Premiere: From the Inside by glo

Apr 23 2:18pm Sound of Boston – Boston Music Blog
As juicy and decadent as the fruit on the cover, glo’s debut EP From The Inside is dripping with multi-layered sounds. The duo is made up by Berklee students Dyami Wilson and Austin Macasieb, and they said their education, in part, informs their sound. The EP opens with “Let Me Go,” a slow track that […] The post Premiere: From the Inside by glo appeared first on Sound of Boston - Boston Music Blog.
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If at first you don't succeed, sue, sue again: The BRA Long Wharf story

Apr 23 2:07pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
The BRA, um, BPDA, just won't take no for an answer: After losing several legal battles over its attempts to put a restaurant at the end of Long Wharf, the authority is trying yet again to convince judges to let it get what it wants. NorthEndWaterfront.com reports the BPDA has filed an appeal of a judge's decision last month that once again blocked its plan to turn the Blue Line emergency-exit kiosk into a full-service restaurant. In March, Suffolk Superior Court Judge Elizabeth Fahey became the latest judge to rule in favor of 10 North End residents who have been fighting the plan, claiming that the National Park Service intended for that part of the wharf to remain parkland forever when it gave $825,000 to the BRA to fix up the wharf in 1980. Fahey cited a ruling by the federal Court of Appeals for the First Circuit in Boston last September that said a map the BRA had somehow lost - as used to be its practice with inconvenient documents - but which two retired National Park Services workers then found, showed that the kiosk was within the borders of the area for which the park service had paid for repairs. In her ruling, Fahey wrote: The Boston Redevelopment Authority can no longer claim either that the 1980 Project Area Map is not the map of record for Long Wharf or that Long Wharf Pavilion falls outside the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act, (LWCF Act) 54 U.S.C. Paragraph 200301-200310, Section 6(f) Conservation Area for perpetuity or that it can proceed with the proposed Project within Long Wharf Pavilion in the future without the National Park Service's (NPS) approval. Fahey said the BRA could build something at the end of Long Wharf, but only if it offered the National Park Service a comparable parcel - and then only if the NPS agreed to take it. The BPDA filed its appeal last week.
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Cat down to eight lives after rescue at Roxbury fire

Apr 23 1:16pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Boston EMT administers oxygen to injured cat. Photo by BFD. Boston firefighters and EMTs worked to save the life of a cat trapped inside a burning building in Roxbury this morning. The Boston Fire Department reports firefighters arrived at 78 West Cottage St. at 10:25 a.m. to battle what turned into a two-alarm fire. No humans were hurt, but firefighters inside the building found a cat - which they handed off to EMTs for care. Rescued cat reacting positively to oxygen and first aid at this time. The fire caused an estimated $350,000 in damage, according to the department, which adds that the cause remains under investigation. Sun, 04/23/2017 - 10:25...
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Chick-fil-A creeps up on Boston

Apr 23 1:05pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Fried chicken on the way. Photo by Travel New England. Mikhaela Houston alerts us that a Chick-fil-A is under construction on Providence Highway, near the Ocean State Job Lot - and the West Roxbury line, which would mark the chain's closest approach to Boston since it was banned (first by Northeastern and then by the city) for being owned by homophobes. It's just up the road a bit from where the Hooters is going in where Bugaboo Creek used to be, by one of the entrances to Legacy Place. The only way it could get closer to Boston would be to take over some space in the self-storage place that is right on the Dedham/Boston line.
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Harbor looks ready for some boating

Apr 23 12:48pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
See it larger. Scott Cluett shows us Boston Harbor from up in the air over the South Shore this morning.
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Six-alarm fire tears through Dorchester homes

Apr 23 10:33am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
At the Marie Street fire. Photo by BFD. Boston firefighters responded at 4 a.m. to a vacant three decker at 8 Marie St., near Ronan Park, for what turned into a six-alarm fire that damaged four three-deckers on Marie and Fox streets and caused an estimated $2.5 million in damage. No residents were hurt; one firefighter suffered an ankle injury, the Boston Fire Department reports. Some 17 people were displaced by the fire, which started in 8 Marie St. and spread to 6 and 10 Marie. A three decker on Fox Street, some 70 feet away, also suffered damage. The fire flared up again around 8:40 a.m. at 6 and 10 Marie, bringing a two-alarm response. The cause and origin of the fire are under investigation. Sun, 04/23/2017 - 04:00...
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Spring Market #BostonStrong

Apr 23 10:27am Caught In Southie
Written by Tom Tomasian The month of April brings many special events: the official start of Red Sox baseball, the running of the Boston Marathon and the beginning of the spring housing market. While I can’t swing a bat to save my life, as a four-time Boston Marathon finisher and a loan officer I do […] The post Spring Market – #BostonStrong  appeared first on Caught In Southie.
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Third time a winner for Roadrunner as official state rock song?

Apr 22 9:05pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
The Patriot Ledger reports that state Rep. David Linsky (D-Natick) has filed a bill to make Roadrunner by Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers the Official Rock Song of the Commonwealth. This is the third time the legislature will consider the measure. The first time, in 2013, the bill was sponsored by then state Rep. Martin Walsh (D-Dorchester).
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Quality, comfort and sex and death, that's nice!

Apr 22 6:18pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Remember when our worst complaint about Bernie and Phyl's ads was their jingle? Several months after the furniture chain plastered subway trains with mildly risque ads about how many people their couches could handle, they've introduced new ads that cut right to the chase: If you copulate or die in bed, you better hope you do so in one of theirs. The ads are having the reverse effect on some people, such as John Overholt, who, after seeing the death one, decided: I would now rather die than shop at Bernie & Phyl's. Earlier: And then there was the time Legal Seafood had T ads pulled because they said Green Line drivers had faces like halibuts.
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Thousands of scientists, engineers and allies march on the Common

Apr 22 4:42pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
From across the Boston area's universities, biotech companies and hospitals, thousands of scientists and their allies crowded a soggy Boston Common today to battle an administration that seems intent on denying their research, cutting their funding and banning their colleagues and students from entering the country. They cheered as Gina McCarthy, EPA administrator under Barack Obama and a Boston native, demanded the government work to save the planet. As Americans, as New Englanders, as Boston strong - we care about our natural world! she exclaimed. The crowd booed just as lustily when she mentioned the name Trump. My poor EPA, she said. Its 15,000 people - I love you! Scientists from every discipline, engineers, doctors from Mass. General and Boston Medical Center, veterinary students from Tufts, all came to the Common - and protested in scientific notation: Even zombies support science: Some protested Trump specifically: Science is kind of a big deal in Boston: And the scientists had allies:...
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Photo Gallery: Rock And Roll Rumble final with Carissa Johnson, The Rupert Selection and Hey Zeus

Apr 22 3:36pm Vanyaland
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Photo Gallery: Rock And Roll Rumble final with Carissa Johnson, The Rupert Selection, and Hey Zeus

Apr 22 3:36pm Vanyaland
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The March for Science signs your inner nerd will appreciate

Apr 22 3:30pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
Your inner nerd will appreciate these.
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The March for Science brought out Boston's youngest scientists

Apr 22 2:46pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
Despite the dreary weather, demonstrators of all ages were out in force Saturday afternoon for Boston’s March for Science. The worldwide demonstration drew an estimated crowd of more than 1,000 people to the Boston Common to stand up for “robustly funded and publicly communicated science as a pillar of human freedom and prosperity.” The Earth Day […]...
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Dustin Pedroia on controversial play: 'I don't need a f------ rule'

Apr 22 12:54pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
Against the Baltimore Orioles Friday night, Dustin Pedroia looked to do what he had done countless times in his career as a second baseman: turn a double play. At the bottom of the eighth inning, Baltimore’s Mark Trumbo hit a weak ground ball to Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts. Bogaerts threw the ball to Pedroia for the […]...
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Man's body found on Esplanade bicycle path

Apr 22 11:31am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
A passerby noticed a body on the Esplanade bicycle path around 5:30 a.m., the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner will attempt to determine the cause and manner of his death, but the preliminary investigation did not reveal signs of violent trauma and the circumstances do not suggest robbery.
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Pair of loons spotted off Castle Island

Apr 22 9:44am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Katia reports: SO stoked to see a pair of loons at the Sugar Bowl in Southie this morning. Her sighting comes a couple weeks after somebody spotted a loon at Jamaica Pond.
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Sound The Alarm: Carissa Johnson wins the 2017 Rock And Roll Rumble

Apr 22 2:29am Vanyaland
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Sound The Alarms: Carissa Johnson wins the 2017 Rock And Roll Rumble

Apr 22 2:29am Vanyaland
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Lout with a dog sought for terrifying little kids on a trolley, attacking their chaperone at Lechmere

Apr 21 11:04pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Transit Police have issued a BOLO for a guy they say started screaming at a group of young kids and their chaperone on a Green Line trolley to Lechmere yesterday afternoon - and then physically attacked their chaperone at the station. The victim was chaperoning/supervising 1st and 2nd grade children as they traveled on the MBTA returning from a field trip. The suspect male, who boarded at North Station, was in possession of a dog. The victim politely requested he keep the dog away from the children. The suspect male responded by shouting at the victim and using foul obscene language. This was done in the presence of the children. The suspect also threatened to kill the victim and bragged of killing people for less. Upon arrival at Lechmere station the suspect male physically assaulted the victim and left the area towards the direction of Cambridgeside Galleria. If he looks familiar, contact detectives at 617-222-1050 or send an anonymoust tip to 873873.
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Dorchester man wanted for March shooting arrested in Chicopee - along with Roxbury guy also charged with violent crime

Apr 21 10:36pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Boston Police report the arrest of Jonathan Whigham, 29, for a shooting at 225 Quincy St. on March 8. The BPD fugitive unit, Chicopee Police and federal marshals arrested Whigham today, police say. WWLP in Springfield reports that when police entered the apartment where they found Whigham, they also found Tyquan Harris, 26, of Roxbury, wanted in Boston on charges of Boston charges of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, threatening to commit a crime and possession of cocaine. He is also facing unspecified charges in Richmond, VA. Innocent, etc.
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Person shot in Roxbury

Apr 21 10:16pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Fri, 04/21/2017 - 21:00Around 9 p.m. at 180 Ruggles St., off Tremont. The homicide unit was called in due to the severity of the victim's injuries. Free tagging: GunsRuggles StreetNeighborhoods: RoxburyTopics: Crime...
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Parts of Cambridge fall off the grid

Apr 21 9:47pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Lights blinked off at some 1,000 residences and businesses around 8:30 p.m. Eversource estimates 10:15 p.m. for full restoration.
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Pregame Post-Ups: Stevens Inserts Green Into Starting Lineup

Apr 21 6:28pm The Official Site of the BOSTON CELTICS
Friday, April 21 - Celtics at Bulls...
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Chicken & Rice Guys say they will begin re-opening tomorrow

Apr 21 5:35pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
The Chicken & Rice Guys say Boston public-health inspections of their facilities have shown no E. coli and that their Medford restaurant will re-open tomorrow. The Downtown Crossing store could re-open tomorrow as well, after an ISD inspection in the morning; in fact, ISD Commissioner William Christopher vows to buy the first meal at 11 a.m., assuming the inspection goes OK. The chain's outlets - which also include restaurants on Lincoln Street downtown, Harvard Avenue in Allston and several food trucks - have been closed since April 11, when customers started coming down with E. coli infections. The chain reports: Since last Tuesday, testing of CNR’s employees, our food, and our facilities have all shown no traces of E. coli. As such, the Boston Public Health Commission has given us the “all clear” to resume operations pending re-inspection Saturday. We couldn’t be more proud of our amazing team, who received nothing but compliments for their professionalism, cooperation, and honesty from the BPHC during this difficult time. CNR adds: In the last 5 years, as the community has witnessed, we have experienced incredible growth. We did it with a great product, great service, and an amazing team. But, we can and will do better, especially in the realm of food safety. Our team spent the last 10 days attending safety meetings and candidly discussing what we do well as a company and what we need to further tighten up our food safety procedures. To further ensure the safety of the community, we have hired an external food safety consultant with over forty years of experience as an extra layer on top of our already experienced and professional operations team, properly disposed every ounce of prepared food in each location, professionally cleaned all locations, and have implemented even more rigorous safety policies and training. We have also created an external auditing process where independent safety experts will regularly conduct surprise inspections of all CNR locations above and beyond those required by the BPHC.
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A Boston Starbucks barista skipped work, blaming the 'unicorn frappuccino'

Apr 21 4:24pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
Its fandom has exceeded everyone’s expectations, Starbucks exulted.
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Judge orders evidence preserved in Aaron Hernandez prison suicide

Apr 21 4:23pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
NEW BEDFORD, Mass. (AP) — A judge on Friday ordered key evidence in the prison suicide of Aaron Hernandez preserved, granting a request from the ex-NFL star’s fiancee so the family can investigate the circumstances of his death. Bristol Superior Court Judge Thomas McGuire’s ruling includes video recordings of Hernandez’s cell for the eight hours […]...
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Tom Brady tells Celtics it's 'your turn' for a comeback

Apr 21 3:20pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
Tom Brady is no stranger to improbable comebacks. Down 2-0 in their first-round playoff series against the Bulls, the Celtics are in need of that special energy that fueled the Patriots’ rally in Super Bowl LI. Via an Instagram post on Friday, New England’s quarterback wished the C’s good luck in Game 3 in Chicago. His caption […]...
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Ciommo could face opposition in Allston/Brighton

Apr 21 3:12pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Brandon Bowser of Allston has registered his campaign for the District 9 City Council seat (Allston/Brighton) currently held by Mark Ciommo.
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Boston, Somerville, Cambridge not among first communities feds try to squeeze over sanctuary status

Apr 21 3:05pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
The Times reports the Justice Department has singled out nine jurisdictions - including the entire state of Connecticut - as the first places to possibly lose federal grants over their refusal to let local law enforcement hand over whatever information ICE wants.
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Race is on to become Framinghams first mayor

Apr 21 2:30pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
A selectman, a state representative, and a resident who has served in both those positions are interested in becoming Framingham’s first mayor. Selectman Charles Sisitsky, Democratic state Representative Chris Walsh, and John Stefanini, a former selectman and state representative, all say they are considering a run to lead the new city. The mayor’s salary will […]...
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An empty playground with a view

Apr 21 12:48pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
The folks at the Boston City Archives acknowledge the last mystery photo may have been a bit too easy, so have come up with this one - can you place it?...
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V:Music Playlist 04.21.17: Sigrid, Lana Del Rey, M, Joywave, Youngr, D.R.A.M., Biotin Babies, and more

Apr 21 11:43am Vanyaland
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New Sounds: IRONTOM leap off the screen and shout it out on More To Explore

Apr 21 11:10am Vanyaland
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New Sounds: Julie Rhodes masters an Etta James classic in Id Rather Go Blind

Apr 21 10:29am Vanyaland
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Jamaica Plain is turning into a real circus

Apr 21 10:28am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Boston Magazine reports on the arrival in JP of the Commonwealth Circus Center, which will cater to students of any age, experience level, and ability come together to learn self expression, movement arts, and healthy risk-taking through the joy of circus. ...
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Exploring the ladder blocks of downtown

Apr 21 10:01am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
The Boston Preservation Alliance takes a look at the side streets between Tremont and Washington, which face danger from developers who just want to tear down buildings to put up bigger buildings - but which also has new development in the form of reuse (such as the Godfrey Hotel).
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Studio 52 Featured Band of the Week: Save Ends

Apr 21 9:48am Vanyaland
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Chinatown could get Hawaiian poke place

Apr 21 9:41am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Sampan reports a restaurant specializing in poke - sort of sushi in a bowl - is planning an outlet at 20 Tyler St.
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Film Review: James Grays The Lost City of Z finds beauty in adventure and exploration

Apr 21 9:09am Vanyaland
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Math Lesson: Bat House get whimsically intricate on debut LP

Apr 21 8:31am Vanyaland
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Southie Sips: Wine Riot & Thirst Boston comes into town

Apr 21 8:02am Caught In Southie
Wine-o’s rejoice! Wine Riot, the most innovative wine event in the country, is hitting Boston Friday, April 21st and Saturday, April 22nd . Sip on hundreds of wines from all corners of the globe paired with interactive booths, crash courses, and tips and tricks for conquering the wine world. Test your wine knowledge with Wine […] The post Southie Sips: Wine Riot & Thirst Boston comes into town appeared first on Caught In Southie.
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Congrats to Loco: Best Places to Work

Apr 21 7:58am Caught In Southie
On Thursday, the Boston Business Journal announced the Best Place to Work and low and behold Southie’s very own Loco Taqueria and Oyster Bar made the list! There are 80 honorees that make up the list. Loco makes the list in the extra-small category – 20-49 employees. “The recent accolade from the Boston Business Journal […] The post Congrats to Loco: Best Places to Work appeared first on Caught In Southie.
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Patriots Look Poised For Another Super Bowl Run

Apr 21 4:43am Patriots – Sports of Boston
The New England Patriots have set down a marker for the rest of the NFL with their off-season moves, as they bid to claim back-to-back Super Bowls. Bill Belichick’s men staged the largest comeback in the history of the big game to defeat the Atlanta Falcons at NRG Stadium, winning the crown for the fifth […]...
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LeBron, Cavs come back from 26 down, beat Pacers to take 3-0 lead

Apr 20 10:14pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
LeBron James finished with 41 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists, and the Cleveland Cavaliers set an NBA postseason record by erasing a 25-point halftime deficit to beat the Indiana Pacers 119-111 and take a 3-0 lead...
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Long vacant Downtown Crossing eyesore could be sold for $65 million

Apr 20 5:59pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
The Globe reports a pair of Chicago real-estate firms could be about to plonk down the big bucks for the perpetually unused former Barnes & Noble building on Washington Street. And at $65 million, you can bet they're not going to just open another bookstore there.
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ReelHouse on the Near Horizon

Apr 20 5:48pm Boston Chefs
Ahoy! The latest venture from the Navy Yard Hospitality Group – ReelHouse – sets sail (so to speak) on Friday,...
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New Sounds: Nadine Shah steps up to political unrest with biting new single Out The Way

Apr 20 5:17pm Vanyaland
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Charlie Baker defends results of state's Uber, Lyft background checks

Apr 20 5:16pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
No one lost their job over a parking ticket. ...
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Aaron Hernandez's death officially ruled suicide

Apr 20 4:39pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
Aaron Hernandez’s death in prison has been officially ruled a suicide. That determination comes from the district attorney’s office in Worcester County, Massachusetts. Authorities say investigators found three handwritten notes next to a Bible inside the maximum-security prison cell where the ex-NFL star was found hanging early Wednesday. They said Thursday there was no sign […]...
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TIME Honors Barbara Lynch

Apr 20 2:57pm Boston Chefs
TIME Magazine honors chef Barbara Lynch’s with inclusion in their TIME 100 list of the most influential people of 2017.
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Court: Woman didn't mislead Boston cop when she swallowed a bag of heroin because he watched her do it

Apr 20 2:52pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
The Supreme Judicial Court ruled today a woman who swallowed what appeared to be a bag of heroin in full view of a police officer shouldn't have been charged with misleading a police officer because he knew exactly where the bag was. Police charged Josefa Tejeda with heroin possession and with misleading police on Oct. 8, 2014, alleging that on watching a man get arrested for possession of a small plastic bag of a light brown powdery substance at Roxbury and Washington streets in Dudley Square, she noticed he had dropped it, then rushed over, picked up the bag and swallowed it. A Roxbury District Court judge dismissed the misleading-police charge; the Suffolk County District Attorney's office then appealed. At issue for the state's highest court is the meaning of mislead under state law. The justices said that while that law does not specifically define mislead, they would use both federal evidence-tampering rules and a dictionary definition, and that those led them to the conclusion Tejeda did not mislead police The court set out two requirements for trying somebody on the charge: One would be an attempt to make a false statement, and the other would be that that statement then sent police off on what the ruling called a wild goose chase. The court allowed that swallowing the bag could be seen as an effort to interfere with police, a sort of non-verbal false statement. But, the court continued, because the woman swallowed the bag as police watched, she failed to send them off on a wild goose chase: [A]lthough the defendant's swallowing of the plastic bag in full view of a police officer may have been an attempt to keep potential evidence away from the officer, it was not an attempt to create a false impression within that officer. This is so because she did not attempt to, nor did she, deceive the officer as to where the bag went. Second, the defendant's conduct did not lead officers astray or send them on a wild goose chase. Paquette, 475 Mass. at 800. The officers knew exactly where to find the plastic bag if they were so inclined.
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Sparkling Spring

Apr 20 1:20pm Boston Chefs
Take your cues from Mother Nature and lighten up this spring. With a little help from local beverage experts, you...
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Sleep Tight: The Pillow Men bring an abstract world of dreams and theatrics to Oberon

Apr 20 11:50am Vanyaland
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Cheese steak lover complains Philadelphia sucks so bad it's way less world class than Boston

Apr 20 11:30am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Some writer in the burg the New York Times once declared the sixth borough whines about what a hellhole his city is, and drags us into it: Since London is in a class by itself, let’s look at Boston - another older, East Coast city - to see why it’s a thriving, vibrant metropolis, while Philly remains stagnant. And for the record, you know things are bad when you’re getting whipped by a city that happens to be in the most liberal state in the country. But really, Philadelphia truly sucks when compared to Beantown (dude, stop): Its public transportation is top notch, and its infrastructure is being improved at an aggressive pace. And the entire downtown area is remarkably clean.
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