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City Purchases Two Snowblowers as South Boston Snow Pile Refuses to Melt

Winter’s over, but the nasty mountain of snow and garbage piled high on Tide Street in South Boston is still standing, serving as a reminder to […]

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Rest of the Country Still Fascinated with Boston’s Snow

America’s fascination with our record-setting winter continues, thanks to the continued presence of an ugly ice mountain in Boston’s seaport district. It’s no wonder people are […]

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What Lies Beneath the Snow

Ah, it’s springtime in the city, and there’s nothing like sunshine, mellow breezes, and generous amounts of garbage to remind us of the season’s gentle reawakening. It’s […]

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Lawmaker Says MBTA’s Snow Mistakes Were ‘Kind of Basic’

Given the state of the MBTA this past winter, we have a lot to learn from our peers who run mass transit systems in other cities […]

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Boston Tipped Its Deliverymen More During the Bad Weather

Restaurants have had a really tough go of it this winter, thanks to record-setting amounts of snowfall that have kept customers away. But there’s a silver lining for certain […]

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Of Course It’s Going to Snow on the First Day of Spring

This year, your periodic reminder that nothing shall ever relieve you from the eternal prison of winter’s ravages is brought to you by…the National Weather Service, […]

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City of Champions: Boston Set a New Snowfall Record

Booyah! With the news that Boston finally set a new snowfall record Sunday night comes confirmation that we are, truly, a city of champions. Sure, this […]

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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,, odds are […]


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 […]

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Boston’s Fair Weather Fans of Foul Weather Reveal Themselves

Oh sure, Boston, now that we’re a couple inches from setting a record, suddenly you’re rooting for snowfall. Pshh, talk about fair weather fans. Or […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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‘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 […]

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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 […]