Associate Digital Editor, Boston Magazine
bostonglobe.com — On June 30, 1961, the departure of Boston's first Hyannis-bound train in 24 years was met with glee by the 176 passengers on its maiden voyage, with one train operator declaring, "It's good to be back on this run." On the last Friday of June 1984, Governor Michael S.
gawker.com — Don't get too excited - this is a mash-up of footage from a concert in which Celine Dion did her best Limber Louie impression to a cover of the Bee Gees' "Stayin' Alive," with the audio swapped out for "Get Lucky." But the synching is flawless. And those moves!
bostonglobe.com — If the Boy Scouts of America is seriously aiming to rebuild its reputation for truth, justice, and the American way, its has to go further than it did Thursday in lifting its much-criticized ban on gay scouts but maintaining it on gay scout leaders.
bostonmagazine.com — New data suggests the over-popularity of "sub-premium" beers like Pabst are the force behind price influxes. A beer known for its low cost and association with a niche urban culture is suddenly seeing its prices skyrocket-and hipsters might only have themselves to blame.
tpdnews411.com — Transit Police detectives are seeking the identity of the male subject depicted within. If you know the identity or whereabouts of this individual please call our Criminal Investigations Unit at 617-222-1050. As always if you want to assist our investigators but wish to remain anonymous you can simply text your tip to us at 873873.
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