It’s a post from the Missed Connections section of Craigslist Boston that tells a beautiful story of a life-saving coffee date, and it recently began making the rounds. It first surfaced on the Boston section of Reddit, as well as Universal Hub.
The host of the sexiest comedy act playing in the city this week has two pieces of advice for Bostonians, and they both have to do with wearing protection.
The police department in Greenfield, Massachusetts posted a photo to their Facebook page last week announcing that they would be using pink handcuffs throughout the month of October in order to pay homage to Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Responses to the temporary rebranding have been varied. Some folks commended the Greenfield Police Department for addressing the issue of breast cancer, while others criticized the decision to “go pink” as being an unhelpful instance of “pinkwashing.”
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Reddit user Viper640 posted a photo Tuesday that will make any MBTA regular cringe.
Warning: The photo you’re about to see will likely induce rage. Continue at your own risk.
Jimmy Fallon needed to call in some backup on Tuesday night’s episode of The Tonight Show. After “pulling a hammy” following the first joke of his opening monologue, Fallon bowed out.
That’s when none other than former host Jay Leno tagged in.
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Liz Cooper of Newton, Massachusetts was at Washington Dulles International Airport in Virginia on a layover and wanted a private place to pump her breast milk. After deeming the bathroom too unsanitary, Cooper asked if she could go somewhere else.
That’s when a United Airlines employee directed her to the pet-relief room, reports the AP.
When travel website Atlas Obscura released a crowdsourced map of some of the punniest business names in America, it came as no surprise that many of the included establishments were located in Massachusetts. Many of them. As in: over 100. Just another one of the state’s numerous accomplishments.