That section is a continuation of the road ... but on the other side of the highway—and it can’t be accessed unless a) you have wings, or b) you have a death wish and think it would be fun running across the highway.
While some places simply say that their takes are inventive or modern and then offer what everyone else is offering, this spot really does have some interesting takes on New England classics.
Over the holiday weekend, my wife and I had occasion to take the commuter rail out to Dedham to a family gathering in memory of loved ones who have left us. As we walked the mile to my cousin’s place—through middle-class suburban streets nearly bereft of foot traffic (and, in some places, sidewalks)—I looked at the many houses we passed. And thought about the fact that, despite their generally tidy exteriors and the lush greenery all around them, we were walking through a “news desert” in formation.
Daybreak at a semihistoric MBTA station you have never heard of and will probably never use
"People Over Pipelines is certainly the biggest march we have ever planned. Organizing the march has taken countless hours of work."
A Roadhouse on the Boston Line That Feels Far, Far Away From Boston
The war against Big Energy is raging on the southern edge of Boston—and it’s being fought by a peculiar troupe of pipeline protesters