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Emily Anderson Staff
Stories by Emily Anderson
It’s been frigidly cold in Boston this week. Hypothermia cold. Frostbite cold. “Real feel” temperatures were down in the single digits this morning, thanks to the gusty wind that swept across the city.
But people in town are still drinking iced coffee–and posting the proof online.
Local boy Chris Evans attended the 73rd Golden Globe Awards Sunday to present Spotlight as a contender for Best Picture–Drama. It was fitting, as the movie–based on The Boston Globe’s unearthing of the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal–was filmed and set in Evans’s hometown.
And he said so in his speech: “[The Spotlight Team’s] year-long Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation rocked my hometown of Boston to its core.”
The Instagram account @foodbabyny combines two of God’s greatest creations: aesthetically pleasing food and adorable children. As the handle would suggest, the account moderator typically operates out of New York City. But one time he and his family made a trip to Boston.
And that was the best time.
On Thursday night, Republican hopeful Donald Trump hosted a rally in Burlington, Vermont. Burlington is the hometown of Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders, whose political career began when he was elected mayor of the city back in the 1981.
Naturally, some of Burlington’s citizens feel the Bern, and weren’t excited to see the Donald, which they communicated. With signs.
Massachusetts native, award-winning actor, and everyone’s dream uncle Steve Carell received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday, Reuters reports.
Facebook CEO and Harvard dropout Mark Zuckerberg has a message for young girls everywhere: Be the nerd you want to see in the world.
New Year’s Eve is a famously boozy holiday, and most people like to say goodbye to the old year with a drink in hand. But all those glasses of champagne and celebratory toasts can make it tricky–and dangerous–to get home early in the morning on New Year’s Day.
Here are the best ways to ensure a safe time in the city tonight.
Boston had its first taste of winter on Tuesday when a mess of snow, sleet, and rain pelted the city all morning and afternoon. And though the storm only left a relatively small amount of snow on the ground (just one inch), locals are already getting territorial about their parking spots.
A photo posted to Universal Hub on Tuesday night shows a well-cleared space on East Broadway in South Boston marked off with a bright orange cone.
Winter arrived in Boston Tuesday morning as the city was pelted with a hearty amount of snow, sleet, and freezing rain. And after facing a record-breaking warm front at the beginning of the season, Bostonians were excited about the changing weather–apparently, in part, because it’s finally time to wear boots.