On this very hot summer's day, we thought we’d share with you this great photo from Boston City Archives. Marine Park Beach in 1907 was like the M Street Beach of 2015 - the hottest place in Southie and packed with hotties.
Goes to show you, the more things change, the more they
Congratulations to Macdara Casper for being chosen to participate in the Mass Satellite Hockey Program USA /Sweden International Friendship Series! This event will take place in Stockholm, Sweden from August 13th - August 21st.
It's the unofficial food of summer so celebrate it! Whether you like it with mustard or ketchup, today is your perfect excuse to eat one! It's National Hotdog Day and we are sharing our picks for the best hot dogs in Southie:
Renew Boston the initiative to help you save energy and money is hosting a special workshop for home & property owners on Thursday, July 16th fro 6pm to 7:30pm at the South Boston Public Library - 646 East Broadway.
Looking to spice up your week? Attend the Salute for Our Heroes event on Wednesday, July 15th from 5:30pm to 8:30pm at MJ O’Connors (27 Columbus Ave.). A handful of Greater Boston's finest first responders were carefully selected to be auctioned off in our first live-date
On your mark, get set, go! Lace up your running sneakers and register for the Jim Kane Sugar Bowl 5K. This road race is a local favorite for not only its flat course along the water but for the party after the race too.
The Lee kids are some serious history buffs. In particular, the Revolutionary War - which is fitting since they live a half a block away from Dorchester Heights at Thomas Park. In case you flunked American History, Dorchester Heights in South Boston is the spot where the Minutemen,
This week, a Hub Church South Boston hosted a team of 13 from Manchester, Tennessee who came on a missions trip to serve the people of South Boston. The team helpd to beautify the Monsignor Powers Apartment complex at 120 L Street by landscaping the open area facing L St.
On July 4, 1776, a small band of determined patriots announced that we were a people with equal rights, free to worship and to think and live as we please, in an open society. It was a controversial declaration at that time and unprecedented.
After 38 years of dedicated service - Harriet Sylvestrie - better know as Miss Harriet to most will be retiring. Whether you've had her as a teacher for Tiny Tots or see her friendly face at the Curley Rec Center, make sure to stop by the Curley Recreation Teen Center on
Believe it or not, there is a snow mound still hanging around in Southie! After a brutal winter, there is still dirty snow at the snow farm on Tide Street. How long do you think it will last? Well, Mayor Marty Walsh is making a contest out of it.