And suddenly, out of the blue, the Rosebud American Kitchen & Bar’s patio appeared and the Out of the Blue sign became a little less effective.
In place of the traditional black limousine-style hearse, the sendoff for Robert Nelson Wilson used an elegant horse-drawn carriage.
Can anyone identify this grasshopper/cricket/whatever seen outside the Porter Square Walgreens at 1 p.m. Wednesday?
The ribbons tied Friday to the fence around the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse in East Cambridge seemed to have nearly as many meanings as colors.
The city is getting another business name sure to raise a smile: Pho Kup, meant to replace Tamarind House near Porter Square.
Credit where credit is due: For whatever reason, Suffolk has corrected its T ads.
Oh my gosh. It’s a double rainbow. I cannot believe it. It’s a freakin’ double rainbow.
A sharp-eyed reader of this site and rider of the T spotted something disappointing about this ad for Suffolk University’s graduate level programs.
It’s understandable why this card remained on racks that had been fairly well picked over last week at Porter Square Books.
The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority deserves lots of credit for putting up electronic signs showing the wait for the next train. Not this particular Davis Square sign.