It was a big powder fall throughout New England, and the snow continues to come down. More
Don’t let the warming trend fool you: winter isn’t over yet! More
The universe, or probably Zeus, made sure that Boston had a little memento to remember the winter from hell.
When you’re a bartender in Southie on the day of the St. Patrick’s Day parade, it’s a bizarre love-hate experience that’s not dissimilar to everyone’s feelings toward their parents. It’s kind of awesome, but it’s also damaging to your heart. More
The temperatures are getting warmer and the feeling in our toes has rightfully been restored. Bostonians can also see glimpses of grass, but despite all of that, the city has become home to some of the grossest snow banks that still cling on for dear life.
Whether you like them for their top-notch meteorologists or Jim Cantore’s exuberant thunder snow celebrations, The Weather Channel has carved out a niche in America as the station of record for everything weather. But people who rely on Verizon for their cable won’t be getting the channel any longer, according to an email sent to customers this morning. More
We’ve covered the MBTA’s winter to forget from just about every conceivable angle. One way we didn’t think of? A YMCA / MBTA music video lampooning the many failures of our transit system in the form of song and dance. More
It’s 45 degrees today, roofs are collapsing from all the melting snow, and even though we’re likely getting more snow tonight, it feels like the winter from hell is finally coming to an end. To celebrate, here’s two snowmen destroying each other with Roman candles. More
Chef Michael Schlow owns and operates seven restaurants around the nation (five in New England), but he’s first and foremost a Boston guy. So when Jimmy Fallon invited him on The Tonight Show, he brought a little bit of Boston attitude — and a whole lot of Boston snow — for some ice-cold cocktails. More
Midway through this February’s unprecedented winter onslaught, a curious thing popped up on Facebook’s news feed. James “Jimbo” Encalada, a longtime resident of Somerville, made an announcement. It seemed he was planning a big move from his small little hovel outside of Boston to somewhere a bit more exotic. More