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Pony Room Memories…

@Deeannamari sent over this little gem on Twitter today. End of an era in Dorchester!! Bye bye #upsndowns #ponyroom. @DotNews @DotRat2 @LaurenDezenski …

What a Mayor!

Is it Marty running for president in 2020? In case you didn’t notice Marty Walsh just absolutely crushed the State of the City …

For Menino…

He was a tough, unapologetic Bostonian that loved his city. He guided Boston through two of the most dynamic decades in history. Helping it …

A rainy October night…

Ten years ago on a rainy evening much like tonight, the Red Sox took a 19 run beating at the hands of …

Next Stop – Neponset

Well, according to local history buff Mike Lonardelli, there used to be two Old Colony Railroad train stations in the Neponset area. …

For Robin…

Few can grasp the depth of a comedian’s mind nor what types of experiences or trauma lead to much of their typically …

The Dot Day Triple Double…

The cars were lining my street, the yards were freshly groomed, and on this Dot Day the neighborhood was eerily quiet. It was the …

Linda is a Patriot…

There are few things that strike at my core quite like our nation’s veterans. Like many of us, I am fully aware …

87 years…

On March 20th 1927, a young Boston Fire Lieutenant serving with Engine 9 in East Boston responded to Box 6184 for a …

Obair Chrua…

I’m driving through South Boston yesterday morning, weaving my way through the side streets trying to avoid the masses that were converging …