Posted 03/06/2015 04:04:56 EST
Are you sure he wasn't soliciting for this? http://isisclub.org/
Posted 03/04/2015 02:01:10 EST
Why not start the parade at Dorchester Heights, then go up West Broadway, A Street, Congress, and Atlantic to end at Long Wharf? Isn't that where the British got on their ships in order to evacuate?
Posted 02/06/2015 03:43:58 EST
Jagermeister is a beer?
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 »
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