In the face of terror and chaos, we came together and looked out for each other, and we continue to do so. Here are some tweets to help you keep your chins up. Everyone has our backs. #StayStrong #Boston. Continue reading
“How do you feel about fluff meat?”
A man accused of sexually assaulting a woman in Brockton was released due to prosecutor’s failure to retrieve evidence on his password protected iPhone. After forensic examination, Plymouth County District Court Attorney spokesman Russ Eonas stated “it simply cannot be done.” The Dig launched an investigative report to verify. After thirty seconds of research on Google, the article “Password Protected iPhone Hacked in 6 Minutes!” was found. MINUS 6 Continue reading
After getting a taste of real soccer with Real Madrid-Barcelona, I think I’ve joined the millions of non-Americans addicted to the sport. One game wasn’t enough – I need more.
Hmm… Manchester United vs. Manchester City. Yeah, that should work. Continue reading
Now we’re not so sure how good Obama’s waiving of the No Child Left Behind requirements in Mass is… considering if they’re left behind, they might get malled by the SUPER TERRIFYING ROBOT DOG BOSTON DYNAMICS JUST GAVE LIFE TO. “I’m referring to God, by the way” <--- best quote this week, Cardinal Sean O'Malley. Continue reading
Tavolo was just a corner calzone joint in Dorchester when the addition of longtime Boston cuisine constructor Nuno Alves put the restaurant on the map. Chopping out the old pizza house concept, he’s successfully turned Tavolo into a comfortably casual neighborhood spot to catch some finer Italian fare. Continue reading
When Urbanity Dance, one of Boston’s premier contemporary dance companies, invited us to scope out The Story of Stuff, their holiday revue, you bet the goods in your Christmas stocking that Dig photographer Jen Grygiel booked it over to Dorchester to shoot one of the company’s final dress rehearsals before opening their run at the Strand Theater. Continue reading