Posted 01/14/2015 11:12:04 EST
Perhaps the Boston Globe should consider just closing down Boston.com entirely and redirecting the URL to BostonGlobe.com ? As it stands now, Boston.com is an embarrassment and is dragging down the go more »
Posted 01/14/2015 10:21:54 EST
Who's editing Boston.com these days? more »
Posted 10/21/2013 11:36:39 EDT
Unfortunately, platform doors cannot work on the Red Line with its current mix of equipment. Older cars have 3 doors; newer ones have 4.
Posted 10/18/2013 10:45:19 EDT
The photo is from one of our previous rides (May 2012), which visited parks in both Somerville and Medford.
Posted 10/16/2013 01:10:44 EDT
The MBTA web site says this will happen on October 26-27 and November 2-3 --- NOT on October 19-20. Who is correct?
Posted 05/18/2013 08:24:01 EDT
The Strand Theatre in Dorchester is not privately owned! The City of Boston owns it.
Posted 03/25/2013 12:21:53 EDT
Where will it go? I thought that builidng was fully occupied now.
Posted 03/15/2013 11:00:19 EDT
Really? I saw a LOT of Occupy coverage in the Phoenix.
Posted 03/13/2013 01:43:25 EDT
Old Magoun's is (as its name suggests) in Magoun Square, not Ball Square. PJ Ryan's is right in the heart of Teele Square -- not between Teele and Davis squares. Sally O'Brien's in Union Square is far more »
Posted 03/12/2013 02:29:59 EDT
Saracen's proposal is for a 6-story, 60 foot high building. Current zoning allows a maximum of 4 stories, 50 feet.
Posted 12/28/2012 08:25:14 EST
I'm pretty sure that Monday is an ordinary weekday schedule with some added and extended service -- NOT a holiday (Sunday) schedule.
Posted 12/04/2012 11:23:58 EST
Brattle Street is plenty wide enough for cars to go in one direction and bicycles the other. It really should be re-signed to officially allow this.
Posted 08/06/2012 06:35:12 EDT
This event already happened - yesterday (Sunday, August 5) more »
Posted 05/21/2012 03:07:39 EDT
Hi! The electronic instrument Jon Bernhardt played is a theremin. more »
Posted 11/16/2011 08:52:42 EST
This will have a new Orange Line station, so traffic and parking really shouldn't be much of a problem. more »
Posted 10/25/2011 06:53:19 EDT
You wrote: "she's not planning to have a grand opening in mid-November" did you mean: "she's not planning to have a grand opening *UNTIL* mid-November" ? more »
Posted 09/06/2011 01:31:25 EDT
Without TinyURL that would be an absurdly long Google Maps URL. You should just fix your privacy and security settings to unblock TinyURL anyway. more »
Posted 09/04/2011 09:27:38 EDT
Danielle, could this be the map you meant to link to? http://TinyURL.com/ObscureSomerville I did make this one -- a map of shortcuts, ramps, stairways, and other paths all over Somerville, extending s more »
Posted 09/02/2011 04:38:04 EDT
The bowling alley is only open for leagues, but you can rent it for the evening if you want to throw a party. I've been to two such parties there. more »
Posted 09/02/2011 02:43:57 EDT
Hi, Danielle! Thanks for the shout-out, but that isn't my map, it's the Somerville Bicycle Committee's. (I'm a member but I didn't make our map.) It's really more a map of bike facilities in the city more »
Posted 08/28/2011 09:15:16 EDT
If you missed this, Cambridge has a similar but smaller Caribbean carnival on Saturday, September 10: http://CambridgeCarnival.org more »
Posted 08/16/2011 05:09:05 EDT
My understanding is that the Facebook page was started only after people repeatedly made friendly requests of the store manager, without success. more »
Posted 08/16/2011 02:41:46 EDT
A real problem here is that the city of Somerville recently restored the historic cemetery fence, and people are already nicking the paint by locking bicycles to it. This would not happen if Market Ba more »
Posted 08/10/2011 08:14:00 EDT
That 'new bridge' would be the West Boston Bridge, on the site of today's Longfellow Bridge. Which would date the newer part of that stone to the 1790s. more »
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