Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe called it one of the ugliest Bruins losses he’s ever seen. And Kevin’s seen more Bruins games than you can count. We broke down the B’s third period breakdown against Minnesota last night and talked Krug, Chara, Hamilton, and Griffith. More
Goatwomen, sad clowns and severed heads decorated the alleyways of Harrison Ave. last Sunday, as New England Open Markets wrapped up its last outdoor market of the season with the SoWa annual costume contest. This year’s theme was “Carnival of Curiosities,” which brought an array of intricate handmade costumes. SoWa visitors and vendors displayed these costumes on a spooky catwalk, strutting to the tune of eerie carnival melodies and even eerier — wait for it — Halloween hip-hop. With a personality as big as his top hat, Izzy Berdan served as both the ringmaster and host of the contest for his third year in a row. Take a look at some of the costumes and oddities the “Carnival of Curiosities” had in store.
Yesterday morning, I woke with a text from a friend: “Keytar Bear is at Porter!” I rushed through my morning routine and headed to the Red Line hoping to catch everyone’s favorite mute street performer. But according to a Facebook post, Keytar Bear caught the wrong kind of attention last night, allegedly falling victim to an attempted stabbing and robbery near Faneuil Hall. More
Halloween is just a couple short days away, and conveniently enough, it falls on a Friday this year. With Salem just a commuter rail ride away, why not hit the Witch City itself to celebrate the dead? Rest easy, we’ve got all your Salem celebration needs right here. Get your ghost on, you won’t regret it.
Hey, look! It’s a new sitcom based on your “typical Boston family,” so you know there will be plenty of references to Boston sports teams and Dunkin’ Donuts and probably some awful attempts at Bahstun accents. Sarah Rodman from the Boston Globe joined us this morning to talk about The McCarthys and some other TV shows. More