South Boston

Arts & Entertainment

Frankie Shaw Responds to City Councilor Ed Flynn’s SMILF Criticisms

Well, that was fast. A Boston City Councilor’s criticism of posters for the Showtime TV show SMILF erupted into a controversy that reached out into a few parts of […]


Go to Wahlburgers to “Eat Like a Southie,” California Paper Says

If you’re a true “Southie,” then you exist, as all “Southies” do, solely in the pages of newspapers in other cities. I know this, you […]


A Body Was Found in Boston’s Fort Point Channel

Boston authorities have confirmed a body was found in the Fort Point Channel Tuesday morning near Binford Street Park in South Boston. Details were scarce in […]


An L.L. Bean Store Is Coming to Boston’s Seaport

L.L. Bean, the Maine-based outerwear company famous for its camping gear, jackets, and near-indestructible boots, is moving from the suburbs to the big city. It plans […]


The Shocking Double Murder in South Boston Is Still a Mystery

Why did a man allegedly murder two doctors in a South Boston condo on Friday? It’s still unclear. The chilling details of the case have gripped the city since two […]


The New York Times Thinks People from Southie Are Called “Southies”

The New York Times fundamentally doesn’t understand Boston, Part 3,791. The Grey Lady published a profile of famed chef and South Boston native Barbara Lynch today, coinciding […]


Boston Fish Pier Could Soon Gain National Historic Designation

Amidst all the dizzying new construction in the Seaport, one site could soon land a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. The Boston […]


Amidst Parade Boycotts, St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast to Proceed as Planned

While South Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day parade will be a few pols light this year, expect a full house at state Sen. Linda Darcena Forry’s annual breakfast. […]


Gay Veterans Group Says It’s Been Denied Entry to Southie’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade

New year, new drama over South Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day parade. OUTVETS, a local group for LGBTQ veterans, posted on its Facebook page Tuesday that the Allied War Veterans Council, […]


Grievances Were Aired at a Meeting about the Helipad

Predictably, it looks like officials got an earful last night on the idea of bringing a public helipad, a gift used to lure General Electric, to the Seaport. […]


Best Dressed’s Flagship Store Opens in South Boston

Boston dress rental company Best Dressed opens its second location in South Boston Wednesday, ensuring that women all over the city have their couture needs met at […]


South Boston Seafood Company Fined $173,168 after Deadly Ammonia Leak

Six months after an ammonia leak proved fatal and spurred a large-scale hazmat response in the Seaport, Boston’s Stavis Seafoods has been cited and fined […]

Home & Property

488 Dot Ushers in a New Era in South Boston Luxury

488 Dot points the way toward a new era in South Boston luxury.


Lawsuit: Marty Walsh Told Southie Parade Organizers ‘Don’t F— Me Over’

A new lawsuit filed against Marty Walsh in Massachusetts District Court alleges the mayor coerced organizers of South Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day parade into allowing LGBT veterans to […]


Curley Center Director on Leave After Boy Is Found Dead

The director of a city drop-in center has been placed on paid leave after the death of a child in its care. The boy, 7-year-old […]