Week in Review: Pan-Mass Challenge Rides on, the Fourth is with Brookline
Brookline week in review for the week of Fourth of July.
- We found an interview Monday morning between CBS and the infamous Brookline (and Cape Cod) Bear--who also made Brookline Police Log. The Suffolk DA found two From Brookline Responsible in Allston Hazing Case, as well as Allston residents arraigned. One of our bloggers had Five Guys, Two Girls and A Rainbow Connection. Young readers can catch up on our Summer Reading List for Tweens and Teens, 11-up.
- If you are Riding in the Pan-Mass Challenge, We Want to Hear from You. Tuesday, we called out the roughly 80 Brookline Riders in the PMC. With the Best Of Patch relaunch coming, we asked for nominations for Best Chinese, Best Place to Get Fit, and the other best places in town. With people launching Fireworks all week, did you follow these Safety Tips for the 4th of July? In the Brookline Arrest Log, some disorderly folks and stolen bikes.
- For Independence Day on Wednesday, there were Fireworks Displays Around the Brookline Area. The main July 4th Celebration at Hatch Shell had Jennifer Hudson Headlining. Boston's Fireworks display did ultimately Go On, Despite the Rain. Brookline Police Log included the robbery of Eastern Bank last weekend.
We also gave you somewhere to post your own photos: Fourth of July
- Thursday, for those who looked to get out this weekend, we had ideas From Green Dusk 'til Enriched Dawn. A Utility Scam Arrives in New England, and National Grid Urged Caution. Our food columnist stopped by Otto Pizza, finding food for the Topping Enthusiast. Have you Nominated Brookline's Best Shopping Neighborhood for Readers Choice yet?
- Police were investigating a Armed Robbery on Winchester Street after a woman gave directions. Summer Scheduling Blues hit the Brookline Parents on Friday. Magic Beans celebrates a milestone (8 years) with a big sale and giveaway. The FBI warned that You Could Lose Your Internet Access Monday.