South End

You think he'd pass in the HOV lane?

Annabelle Blake spotted this fine specimen this morning on Tremont Street between W. Concord and Worcester: Lovely Ritah Meetah Maid... Buuuuuuuurp.
South End

That was no wardrobe malfunction on the Orange Line, police say

Transit Police have released photos of a guy they say unzipped and "intentionally exposed his genitalia to several passengers" on an outbound Orange Line train between Back Bay and Mass. Ave. around 8:20 p.m. yesterday. The guy then exited the train at Mass. Ave., police say. If he looks familiar, contact detectives at 617-222-1050 or text an anonymous tip to 873873.
Eight Streets Neighborhood Association


Celebrate the end of political commercials by going out to vote next Tuesday on November 4th. Eight Streets (Ward 3 Precinct 7) votes at Cathedral High School, located at Waltham and Washington streets.   Polls are open from 7am-8pm.Of course, the Governor is a big contest this election, as well as several important state questions.Our Representative in Congress (Capuano) and our Representative in the State House (Aaron) are unopposed.   Our state senator (Chang-Diaz) does have an opponent.Click here for a list of all candidates on the ballot.Click here for a summary of the Questions to vote on.
South End

South End gets first light show

Greg Cook took in the first Illuminus show in SoWa last night, moving about the illuminated old power station on Harrison Avenue and other nearby buildings. Views of the Northeast also took plenty of photos of the exhibits and displays, including these:
Eight Streets Neighborhood Association

October NA meeting

Welcome BackOur next business meeting is This Tuesday, Oct 14 at our new meeting space at Project Place (Corner of Washington & East Berkeley.   Enter in the door next to Meyers and Chang)Meeting format:6:30-7 - Neighborhood Networking.   Meet your neighbors in an informal setting.7-8:30 - Business meeting. On the agenda this month:Nectar & Green - new business proposal for Shawmut AvePersonal best Fitness - new business proposal at Castle SquareSouth End Temperature StudyGroundwater Update:   17 Bond & 9 MilfordHello everyone, and welcome back to Eigth Streets.    As mentioned in the email last month, we have had to change location for our monthly meetings, and thus meeting days.  We will continue to meet on the 2nd Tuesday ...
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