Snow

City Life

Nate Silver’s People Think Boston Will Get More Snow This Year

Adherents to the school of Nate Silver during election seasons might not be so anxious to hear his website’s latest prediction. According to Silver’s site, FiveThirtyEight.com, odds are […]

Restaurants

The Effects of Winter Across the Boston Food Industry

The end may be in sight, but the repercussions from this winter’s blizzards and storms are still being battled every day across New England’s food […]

City Life

No One Wanted to Pass the 100 Inches of Snowfall Mark

With Tuesday night’s two inches of snowfall, Boston has surpassed an unpleasant milestone: the city has received over 100 inches of snow this season. That’s […]

City Life

Thank You, New York Times, for the Poetic, Snow-Congested Melodrama

While the city continues to live through this hellish nightmare of snow-induced sadness, a more entertaining aspect is the outsider’s portrayal of what’s really happening here on […]

Arts & Entertainment

Seven Cool Ideas for Snow-Covered Boston

Snow conditions are great at Boston's newest ski hill #snowfarm #BOSnow pic.twitter.com/iP67wkLBV5 — Red Bull Boston (@RedBullBOS) February 20, 2015 No, there’s no actual ski slope […]

Arts & Entertainment

Jimmy Fallon Accurately Illustrates Our Feelings About D.C.’s Four Inches of Snow

  Well, at least somebody understands the pain, exhaustion, and overall MBTA angst Boston has been suffering through these past four weeks. “People are still talking […]

City Life

A Guy Went Snowboarding Down Commonwealth Ave

What’s a person to do when holed up in their home for four weekends straight? Well, the snow certainly didn’t stop these folks. In the […]

City Life

‘Ship Snow, Yo’ Is Sending Bigger and Better Snow Packages to Your Friends

Experimenting with new shipping techniques! A photo posted by Ship Snow Yo (Kyle Waring) (@shipsnowyo) on Feb 8, 2015 at 7:46am PST The sidewalks are […]

City Life

Emerson College ‘Snow Calculator’ Totals How Much Missed Classes Are Worth

Emerson College’s newspaper The Berkeley Beacon lives up to the school’s reputation of being so freakin’ innovative by creating an interactive feature on their website […]

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Restaurants

Winter Storms Wreaking Havoc on Boston’s Restaurant Industry

They’ve tried everything: snow shoe valet, a place to put your skis, all-day ramen, cold weather soups and grogs, dollar oysters, half-price prix fixe menus, scratch-made […]

Restaurants

Restaurants and Bars Open During the Storm

The fact that Groundhog Day was only a week ago isn’t lost on any of us. We’re now in the midst of our third major […]

City Life

The Blizzard of 2015 Might Be Over, But Deflategate Is Forever

Massachusetts literally plowed through what we hope is the worst of this winter’s weather, and though it took us away from the arguably unnecessary drama […]

City Life

MBTA: ‘We’re Doing Our Best to Clear Snow From Bus Stops’

Two days after a blizzard rolled through Boston, commuters found themselves standing in the streets and climbing over snow mounds piled high on the sidewalks while […]

Arts & Entertainment

‘SnowMANia’ Is Coming to Lawn on D

Shoveling out your car after the blizzard might be bumming you out right now, but the Lawn on D has an activity that’s more fun […]

City Life

Let It Snow

A close by-the-numbers examination of how we take on winter, and how winter takes on us.