Instagram fame is an accomplishment that many would (theoretically?) kill for. Having people follow your every move on social media is pretty thrilling–just ask these Internet-famous Massachusetts-based pups. They may not actually be able to answer, but they’re not strangers to the spotlight. All of them have snagged major online popularity due to their fuzzy adorableness.
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Say what you will about Boston’s buildings, but there are some spectacular feats of architecture around town: The State House. The Hancock Tower. The ICA. And…various doors?
In case you haven’t heard, Lady M–the cult-favorite bakery known for its mille crepe cakes and green tea confections–is opening up a location on Newbury Street in February of 2016, according to Eater Boston. But you don’t have to wait until then to get your hands on their famous desserts.
Starting on December 23, Lady M will have a pop-up in Chinatown where you can pick up cakes, crepes, and other tasty treats on the go, Eater Boston reports.
You know the old adage: Red sky in morning, sailors take warning. Well, Instagrammers aren’t exactly taking warning, but they are taking photos. Lots of them.
Bostonians were posting photos left and right of the breathtaking sunrise over the city this morning.
To celebrate the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, every single Luke’s Lobster location is giving away free lobster rolls to customers named Luke on Friday.
Because nothing screams “Star Wars” like shellfish.
You better watch out and you better not cry, MBTA riders. Santa Claus was spotted on the Orange Line yesterday.
A part of the Charles Hotel Ice Rink has gone missing.
Though Stella Café in the South End closed Friday, its sister eatery Stella Restaurant and Bar will remain open.
Merry early Christmas, Beantown.
Grammy-winning artist Rihanna is coming to Boston in April as a part of her Anti World Tour. More
After losing his wife, Helene, in the Bataclan theatre Friday night, Parisian man Antoine Leiris wrote an open letter to her murderers and posted it to Facebook, where it quickly went viral. Yesterday, the BBC posted a video of Leiris reading the letter in English, and it has been viewed over 30 million times.
The message of his letter is heartbreaking and raw. Leiris refuses to hate the terrorists that attacked his wife, since he believes that was their goal the entire time: to inspire hatred in others.