A flash mob at Copley Place included Boston Marathon bombing survivors, nurses and social workers who treated them, their families, friends and supporters.
There are lots of exciting changes in store for First Night Boston this coming New Year’s Eve. This year’s countdown to the New Year will be centered in Copley Square with a stunning 3D projection display.
Mayor Thomas Menino has informed survivors and families of victims of the Boston Marathon bombings that a memorial spontaneously created in Copley Square after the attack is being removed.
This Memorial Day weekend, large crowds are being drawn to the memorial at Copley Square for those killed and injured in the Boston Marathon bombings.
Cameron and Patrick visited the makeshift memorial that includes T-shirts, letters, running shoes and other items in the city’s Copley Square early Tuesday morning.
Watch this video to share the experience.
I have created this video so that folks who cannot get to Copley Square will be able to understand what the memorial feels like.
Click play to see the interview with the man who made the cross honoring fallen MIT officer Sean Collier.
Mayor Tom Menino and other city officials have announced a five-phase plan to reopen Boylston Street and other areas of Back Bay affected by the Boston Marathon bombings.
Marblehead’s Shalane Flanagan is not only running her first Boston Marathon, she’s confident she can be the first American to win the race in nearly 30 years.