We Love Beantown

Two Years, Still Here

Strange Fruit at Outside the Box

We’ve been quieter recently, so this birthday goes by a little sneakily. Thank you to all of those who have read and contributed to us over the last 24 months. We promise there will be more – and we thank you for sticking through our recent quiet periods.

We Love Beantown

Today, We Run

Marathon Monday 2014

What an amazing day, and what a way back for our city.

Marathon Monday 2014

Walking down Boylston, it’s certainly calm, but the crowds are starting to grow – as of about 8:15 you weren’t going to get a seat on the rails anywhere near two blocks to the finish line. Still some room by the Prudential, a mere four to five hours before any one comes through at all.

Marathon Monday 2014

This is our city, and today, we run.

We will be keeping our photos as fresh as we can, and be sure to submit any photos to the Flickr group!

We Love Beantown

We Loved 2013: Natty

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Well, 2013, it was nice. You gave me a lot, including the soundtrack of my daily commutenew musical finds, and freakin’ Hall & Oates. You took our innocence in April, but the city overcame. We met at restaurants, great shows, and continued our daily routines. We all watched as the Sox won October–which I called on September 4th. In a more embarrassing moment–gulp–I openly confessed my love for Mary Ann’s, Boston’s Best of the Worst. It’s been fun, and it’s been nice knowing you, 2013. Really, it has. Now let me brace myself as I say goodbye to you, 2013, and welcome in 2014 with open arms. Happy New Years, everyone!