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Midnight meals. The city is piloting a program for food trucks to operate until 12 a.m. in three locations. Appetizing appeal. The decision comes after a petition to expand food truck operations.
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Now you can chow down until midnight at three pilot locations. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO
Boston to test later hours for food trucks Workin’ on our night food. In response to calls from the food truck community, city officials said they plan to roll out a new pilot program. A yearlong test run kicking off on April 1 will expand hours for food trucks on Boylston Street near the Boston Public Library, Commonwealth Avenue in front of Morse Auditorium and Opera Place near Northeastern University, according to the city’s Office of Food Initiatives. Currently, food trucks in Boston’s residential areas may only remain open until 9 p.m., while trucks in more urban areas are allowed to serve until
11 p.m. The 11 p.m. to midnight time period is a bustling one for night owl Bostonians, which is why law enforcement has hesitated to expand hours. “It’s that time period when people are out and have had a good amount to drink, and there is the possibility of them engaging in an argument,” said Edith Murnane, director of the Office of Food Initiatives. “With food trucks being outdoors, [food trucks] could be a natural magnet for that,” said Murnane. But if Bostonians can behave themselves over the next year, they could be rewarded with an expansion of the later hours. The pilot program comes as a local Boston food blogger is petitioning for more food trucks in Boston. Last month, Steven Lei-
“One of the nice things about the launch of the food truck season is that it reminds people to get outside. Some of our best times here in Boston are the times that we spend living in the public space.” Edith Murnane Oﬃce of Food Initiatives
bowitz created a Change.org petition asking Mayor Marty Walsh to broaden the city’s food truck program. Nearly 300 people had signed it as of Monday night. While Leibowitz said spots like Downtown Crossing, Fenway and TD Garden deserve food trucks, Murnane said
the inclusion of food trucks in those areas is not impossible, but would require a lot of hashing out. The Downtown Boston Business Improvement District, the Red Sox and TD Garden, as well as law enforcement, would have a place at the table when it comes to making those decisions, she said. “It’s a slightly more complex issue than just putting a food truck in those areas,” Murnane said. “But one of the best things about Boston is its civic engagement. I love getting these [petitions]. The more people that give input, the better I’m able to go to the TD Garden or the Red Sox and say, ‘How do we go about getting a food truck in this area?’” MORGAN ROUSSEAU @METROMORGAN
Deadly fight. Man killed after stabbing near hotel
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A man was fatally stabbed after a fight broke out following a large party at a Dorchester hotel over the weekend. Boston police said the fight at the DoubleTree Hotel on Mt. Vernon Street spilled into the street at about 2:45 a.m. Saturday. Two men were
stabbed, taken to a hospital and one of them later died. Police also are investigating a second stabbing that took place in the neighborhood hours later. Another man died after being stabbed near 744 Washington St. at about 5:30 a.m. Saturday, police said. MICHAEL NAUGHTON
After promoting a minimum wage hike in Connecticut this Wednesday, President Barack Obama plans to travel to Boston that evening for political events. Obama plans to participate in a roundtable discussion in Cambridge organized by the Democratic National Committee and a dinner event in Boston with about 70 supporters, according to a DNC official. SHNS National Pancake Day
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Alleged bank robber parks getaway car near police station Haverhill police said alleged bank robber Louis Colon, 47, was arrested Sunday in part because he parked his getaway car behind the city’s police department. The TD Bank was robbed Saturday just before noon, police said. METRO
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Catholic school drops out of Saint Patrick’s parade Meeting. MassEquality oﬃcials met with Mayor Walsh and parade organizers, but no agreement was reached.
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As discussions between a statewide LGBT advocacy group and the organizers of South Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day parade continued, a Catholic school from Harvard has decided to drop out because of efforts to make the parade more inclusive to pro-gay organizations. MassEquality said on Monday that it has applied, as it had in years past, to march in the South Boston parade, and was denied this year. But at Mayor Marty Walsh’s urging, a meeting took place Sunday night between the group, Rep. Stephen Lynch and the parade’s organizer.
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“We made it clear to the parade organizers that we would only march if LGBT people are able to march openly and honestly,” MassEquality Executive Director Kara Coredini said in a statement on Monday. “No agreement was reached, but the conversation is ongoing.” At issue is that parade organizers are willing to allow
groups to march, but to do so without any signs or displays referencing gay advocacy or sexual orientation. One group that supports gay rights, the South Boston Association of Non-Profits, said it will adhere to those conditions and will march, according to the Globe. That move to allow a pro-gay group to march led to the Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Harvard dropping out of the parade after participating for nearly 25 years. Walsh has said he will only march in an “inclusive” parade. Former Mayor Thomas Menino did not march in the parade. The Allied War Veterans Council, which puts on the parade, won a 1995 U.S. Supreme Court decision that allowed the private group to exclude gay, lesbian and other groups from the parade. MICHAEL NAUGHTON @METROBOSMIKE
Quincy man arrested on the T Jeremy Riley, 34, was in court yesterday after allegedly sneaking through fare gates at Quincy Center station without paying. Riley had warrants for allegedly driving while under the influence of drugs, police said, and allegedly possessed narcotics without a prescription. METRO At large
Student stabbed at UMass Dartmouth A stabbing at UMass Dartmouth early Sunday has the campus on alert for a suspect, described as a light-skinned Hispanic man. METRO
Building buckles after fire Boston ﬁreﬁghters responded to a seven-alarm ﬁre on Warren Street in Roxbury shortly after 4 a.m. Monday. The building, which has collapsed, was a vacant three-story wood frame duplex in the early stages of renovation. The damage was estimated at $1 million, according to the Boston Fire Department. / NICOLAUS CZARNECKI, METRO
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After the Oscars — a quick costume and friend change
ScarJo expecting a French bébé Scarlett Johansson, 29, is expecting a baby with her French Frenc ﬁanc ance Romain Dauriac, D E! E News conﬁ c rmed yestery day. d Not much m is known kno about Johansson’s Johanss baby daddy. Alternate reports have him as a journalist, the head of a creative agency and an advertising director. Whoever he is, he has excellent taste: Johansson showed oﬀ her ginormous vintage Art Deco engagement ring at the Venice Film Festival in September. Did ScarJo know she was pregnant when she talked with the Daily Mail in December? “I would like to have my own family, that would be nice,” she said. “They say it’s never the right time and I am sure that’s true, but I think you have to plan it like anything else.”
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Sometimes, Vanity Fair’s Oscars afterparty boasts better dresses — and better conversations — than the Academy Awards themselves. Lady Gaga and Stevie Nicks chatted it up at the magazine’s West Hollywood fete. Gaga had a distinctly Veronica Lake vibe in her cut-out gown while Stevie Nicks channeled, well, Stevie Nicks. America’s goofy sweetheart, Jennifer Lawrence, changed out of her Dior gown for this Tom Ford mini. She was later snapped chatting with comedy god Larry David while drinking a glass of white wine. Another comedy god, Bill Murray, talked with Academy Award nominee Julie Delpy. Steven Tyler and a stunning Rita Ora also turned up. Meanwhile, back on the red carpet, Jared Leto photobombed an unaware Anne Hathaway, and Pink rocked a leather jacket.
Books. A new young adult novel is taking over. Sally Greenâ€™s book â€œHalf-Badâ€? just came out today and it has already been sold in 45 countries, turned into a trilogy and optioned for a movie by Fox. If youâ€™re already completely over â€œThe Hunger Gamesâ€? and need something to hold you over until â€œDivergentâ€? hits theaters, this is it. â€œHalf-Badâ€? is about a 16-year-old boy named Nathan, who lives in a cage and is being trained to kill. Living among humans
are witches, some purely good and some horrendously evil, with Nathanâ€™s father being the worst of the worst. To survive, Nathan needs to escape his keepers, find his father and receive three gifts that will bring him his own magical powers. Bucking the trend of YA novels set in a futuristic dystopia, â€œHalf-Badâ€? is set in modern-day England. â€œThe book is [dystopian] in a way, but to be honest I never really believed it was going to be
published, so my idea was just to write the book I would want to read if I was 15 or 16,â€? Green tells us. â€œIt wasnâ€™t in my mind about what the market needed or didnâ€™t need.â€? Green is at work on the second book, which she says is much more daunting than writing the first. â€œI was in a bit of a panic to get the first words down,â€? she says. â€œAfter the first 10,000 words, then I relaxed into it.â€? EMILY LAURENCE
Sally Greenâ€™s book â€œHalf-Badâ€? is out today. / MARK ALLEN
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Protagonist: Nathan, who is half White Witch, and half Black Witch. Setting: Modernday, supernatural world. Moral of the story: Nothing is all black or white.
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Destinations. This Utah outpost is more than just a film festival hub.
XpresSpa After what seemed like endless winding through the airport, you made it to your gate — an hour early. Sure, you can listen to Wolf Blitzer yammer on CNN to pass the time, or you can call XpresSpa, which has locations at major airports across the country, for some pampering on demand. Their new mobile stations mean the technician comes to you, whether you need a manicure or a tensioncutting neck massage. In April, the company, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary, will debut two moisturizers, Daytime AntiAging and Nighttime Firming, so you can arrive at your destination feeling and looking fresh.
With more than 116 trails, Park City has long been a premiere destination for winter sports enthusiasts all over the world. The snow is so powdery, you can blow it away with a kiss. The airport is only 35 minutes from the slopes, so you can be on your skis within hours of landing. And it’s home to dozens of Olympic athletes, including new gold medal snowboarder Sage Kotsenburg and silver medal skier Devin Logan. But even if you aren’t an adrenaline junkie, there’s plenty to enjoy in this picturesque mountain town. From a surprising number of art galleries, as well as shopping and one of the best whiskey distilleries around, you won’t be bored.
Where to stay There are three resorts to choose from: Park City Mountain Resort, Canyons and Deer Valley Resort. If you want to experience the city as well as the slopes, PCMR is the way to go. The vibe is relaxed and rustic, and you’ll be extremely well cared for. The Park City Marriott, part of PCMR, has all the amenities you’ll need at a reasonable rate. Styled like a luxe alpine cabin, there’s a business center with free computer use and every night, you can grab a Snuggie and head over to the fire pit for s’mores. If you’re heading to Park
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Where to eat The can’t-miss restaurant is High West Distillery & Saloon, located right oﬀ Main Street. The trendy interior with mason jar lighting and dark wood still bears the bones of the 1870s farmhouse it once was. Sip on the double rye or Campﬁre whiskey, or the vodka lemonade, one of the most popular drinks year-round. To eat, don’t miss the black coﬀee and bourbon-glazed cod, chicken pot pie and Krispy Kreme doughnuts with vanilla ice cream.
City strictly to hit the slopes, check into Canyons resort, one of the largest ski and snowboarding resorts in North America. There are 19 chairlifts and a whole range of terrain on the grounds, not to mention breathtaking views. If uber-luxury is what you want, you’ll feel right at home at Deer Valley Resort — and with condominiums to rent, you’ll actually feel like
level, combined with easy accessibility, make Park City one of the best places for serious skiers and snowboarders. When you’ve had enough fun on the slopes, the zipline at Canyons resort will keep your heart racing. Set aside a couple hours to tour Utah Olympic Park to see where the pros train. The guide will even take you to the top of the ski jumps.
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For an upscale meal, the Deer Valley Resort’s Seafood Buﬀet sets the mood and will leave you satisﬁed. Fresh oysters and crab legs are just a couple of options available.
you live there. The St. Regis Hotel sits regally among the mountains and is a skier’s paradise: There is no snowboarding allowed.
For outdoor adventure The powder-filled bowls (the city’s slogan is “the greatest snow on Earth”) and terrain for skiers of every
If skiing and snowboarding aren’t your thing Mixed in with the ski gear stores on Main Street are local clothing boutiques and art galleries that keep their doors open late to cater to those who spend all day on the slopes. The last Friday of every month, the town hosts a Park City Gallery Stroll, where customers can meander into the local art galleries for wine and conversation with local artists and store owners. EMILY LAURENCE @EMLAURENCE
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Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Slow down and take a good look at your commitments and challenges. You risk damaging your health if you don’t stop to reassess your situation.
Aries | March 21-April 20. Nothing will be able to hold you back today. Your energy level is high, and you are in a happy frame of mind. Share your enthusiasm.
Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. If you are unhappy, consider the circumstances. Perhaps your expectations are unrealistic. Think things over to avoid making the same mistake.
Taurus | April 21-May 21. Address a problem that is concerning you. Listen carefully to the advice of individuals who have experienced similar difficulties, and you may find the solution you want.
Scorpio|Oct. 23-Nov. 21. The key to security is the ability to manage your finances effectively. Share your dreams, and you are likely to come across a kindred spirit who has similar goals and much to contribute.
Gemini | May 22-June 20. There are many changes on the horizon. A chance encounter will lead to a very special partnership. You will be praised and congratulated for your unselfish contribution to a worthy cause.
Sagittarius | Nov. 22Dec. 21. You will be inspired to take on a new project. Go ahead and take the plunge. Your creativity and imagination will lead to a very successful outcome.
Cancer | June 21-July 22. Now’s the time to take special care of your personal interests. You should refuse any loan requests or other pleas for financial contributions. Others may not be trustworthy.
Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan 20. You need to deal with matters on your own. Otherwise, you will expend a lot of needless energy trying to get others to agree to your way of thinking.
Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. Romance and enjoyment will be the order of the day. Your goals are being realized through perseverance and hard work. Travel will help develop a rewarding insight.
Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb 18. There is a group or organization that is looking for someone with your credentials. Participate, meet new people and spend time with those who share your interests.
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source of crude for the U.S. would be Canada via the Keystone pipeline — if President Obama could overcome the paralysis that is preventing him from going forward with allowing a permit for that project. His own State Department has said that studies show the pipeline would not cause any overall increase in greenhouse gases. Business and labor favor the project. Mr. President, which is more important to you: Energy security for the United States of America or delaying a decision for purely political reasons?
Considering presently increasing tensions between Russia and the U.S., we need to be sure there is no threat against the oil we need to import. Venezuela is a source of heavy crude oil but is also politically close to Cuba, which was recently visited by a Russian ship, and Venezuela is not friendly to the U.S. Another
Re: ‘Jesus movie. “Son of God” makes you pay to rewatch scenes from “The Bible” miniseries’ (Metro, Feb. 28 to March 2) Based on Matt Prigge’s jab at Roma Downey and Mark Burnett’s movie about the life of Jesus Christ, I am assuming that there is no possible way he watched the entire miniseries. His sweeping generalization about this being a “junk for
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Jesus” movie is critical in the way of today’s dismissive press toward Christianity and all things themed thereof. Having seen it this weekend, it was at the very least an opportunity for nonbelievers to have an understanding of the entire purpose of the Bible, and God’s promise to all humanity, if all they do is choose to accept it. RENÉE VIENS, VIA EMAIL
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Pats don’t play tag The Patriots did not use their franchise tag on any of their free agents. Players like corner Aqib Talib can now begin negotiating with other teams on March 8.
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Peavy slices ﬁnger with knife Without question, starter Jake Peavy has had the strangest offseason of any Red Sox player. It began with Peavy purchasing a Duck Boat during Boston’s championship parade and ended in less desirable fashion as he sliced open his left index finger, on his non-throwing hand, with a fishing knife last Saturday. The fiery righty said that he cut the digit on a fishing trip with his son. “I promised my little boy I would take him fishing so we went to Bass Pro [Shops] and we bought us some rods and reels,” Peavy told WEEI. com’s Rob Bradford. “[The injury happened] trying to cut the wire tie that was holding them together. Using the knife with my right hand and holding the rod with my left, and when I broke the wire tire it struck the knuckle pretty good.” Peavy isn’t expected to miss much time due to the injury. METRO
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