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.
Okay, Pinkberry. You were already getting a fair amount of side eye from being the latecomer to Davis and Harvard squares. But now you’re all “handcrafted”?
Salads are typically – okay, always – a mix of things. Unless you’re shopping at the new Star Market.
Here’s what Central Square looks like when it’s residents are “sheltering in place” from terrorist madness.
Radio station 92.9-FM’s boast of having “More music, less blah, blah, blah …” doesn’t seem to extend to its advertising, which says a little too much.
Maybe the rat infestation in East Cambridge, Central Square, Area IV and NorthPoint is getting a natural solution – hawks that like big rats as a snack.
Is Kendall Square really “the most fashionable stop on the T”? Well, no.
Here are three times the sign gurus at the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority might face a rebuke from their proto-rider, Charlie, who might be relying on these very signs to finally escape the transit trap.
What does this Kendall Square sign say? Not what its designer thinks it does.