Monday, December 31, 2012
See which story was the most read each month of 2012.
This year included the big election, the bust-up of Occupy Boston and some shocking crimes. See what Beacon Hillers were reading in 2012: December: Police: Woman Arrested After Throwing Coffee Cup in Dunkin' Donuts on Beacon Hill November: Police Seek Public Help in Beacon Hill Sexual Assault Case October: Police: Man Attacked After Asking Others to Stop Urinating on Charles Street September: Who Won the Brown-Warren Debate? August: Police Bust Human Trafficking Ring Near Beacon Hill July: Man Who Jumped From Ashburton Place Building Was a Suffolk Law Student June: UPDATE: Body Found Near Longfellow Bridge Today Identified May: Brown and Warren: Is It Just Politics As Usual? April: Poll: What Happens Now For Occupy Boston? March: The Five …
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
It’s a brand new year. Say good-bye to that miserable 2011 and look forward to these events I’m predicting take place in 2012.
My predictions for 2012. 1. Willard ‘Mitt’ Romney Starting with the most-timely prediction, by the end of day today, the results of the Iowa caucus will be in. My prediction is a virtual tie between ex-Governor Mitt Romney, current US Congressman Ron Paul, and ex-US Senator Rick Santorum. It doesn’t matter. In my opinion, all of the candidates stink like garbage, which is why I’m going out on a limb in predicting the Republican nominee for US President won’t be decided until August’s GOP convention. There will be a brokered convention and, in an incredible turn of events, Newt Gingrich will be nominated. He’ll end up losing to President Obama. People fear change. 2. Local real estate market / economy The downtown Boston residential real …
Friday, December 30, 2011
Most restaurants and bars open, MBTA operating on a Sunday schedule.
Welcome to 2012! Here's a handy list of what's open (and closed) during New Year Day. Keep in mind that many places are observing the holiday on Monday, Jan. 2, meaning that while restaurants will be open, government offices will be closed and the T will continue to run on a Sunday schedule.