Tag: Sports

Boston Buzzing on Mother’s Day Weekend

Filed in Things To Do, Tourism by on May 10, 2010 1 Comment
Boston Buzzing on Mother’s Day Weekend

My family and I played tourists in Boston this weekend in celebration of my Mother’s Day Activities.  I hadn’t noticed so many things happening at the same time each year but it seemed like with a Trolley Tour Guide giving me the scoop we had so many options at our disposal. We started Sunday morning […]

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Poor Pitching Sinking Sox

Filed in Sports by on April 24, 2010 0 Comments
Poor Pitching Sinking Sox

For all the talk about the struggling Red Sox offense, you’d think that was the reason why the restructured team is off to such a miserable start this season. Actually, though, it’s Boston’s starting pitchers who have the team off to a subpar 7-10 start. Boston pitchers have a cumulative ERA of 4.53 on the […]

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Video: Kid’s trick hockey shot at the Garden becomes internet hit

Filed in Sports by on October 16, 2009 2 Comments
Video: Kid’s trick hockey shot at the Garden becomes internet hit

The Bruins are running a promotion at the Garden called “TD Bank Mini 1-on-1,” in which two junior players face off in a shoot out.  The event has caused an internet stir due to the amazing trick shot delivered by 9-year-old Oliver Wahlstrom, a junior player from Maine. Now, I’d try to give the shot […]

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Over and Out: WBCN Fades to Static

Filed in Arts & Entertainment, Local News by on August 12, 2009 4 Comments
Over and Out: WBCN Fades to Static

Yesterday evening, a thick, low-lying fog began enveloping Boston around 6PM. An omen from Mother Nature, as the sky and buildings around us faded into the fog, so too would one of the biggest radio stations in Boston forever fade away into the night. A few minutes after midnight, the Pink Floyd tune Shine on […]

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A Gay Reality

A Gay Reality

Join the Boston Observer in exploring Boston Pride, 2009.

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