The sound of tires on gravel causes the homeowner to look out her bedroom window.
She sees a car just miss her parked vehicle and head toward the house.
The car hits stacked wood beside house.
The car turns into the backyard, stops, reverses, and drives forward into the sunroom.
The car backs up, drives into the front yard, stops, backs into the house, drives into a tree, and backs into the house again.
The car drives across the front yard and gets stuck on raised walkway.
Judge's reasoning for a 'not guilty' verdict
- • No one saw the driver operating his car on a public roadway.
- • The car could have come from the dirt path that circles the bog.
- • Driver's statement that he had been drinking at a bar in Carver had been ruled inadmissible.
Why do people earn what they earn?
Sometimes the answer is simple supply and demand. But often it’s something much stranger.
16 must-visit New England diners: Have you tried them all?
Housed in those fabulous prefab buildings of yesteryear, these restaurants greet their guests with good food, down-to-earth atmosphere, and friendly prices.
Neil Patrick Harris is the host with the most
Neil Patrick Harris will be hosting a weekly live variety show in 2015.
Play of the Week: Kelli Gagnon, Bedford High field hockey
Bedford High senior Kelli Gagnon describes her game-winning goal against North Reading, in the final game of her high school career Oct. 24.
Book review: ‘Mermaids in Paradise’ by Lydia Millet
“Mermaids in Paradise,” by Lydia Millet is a farce with no hilarity, a serious riff on environmental exploitation that is only half as strange as it promises to be.
Edward Snowden’s story unfolds in chilling ‘Citizenfour’
“Citzenfour” is prosaic in its presentation and profoundly chilling in its details, and if you think Snowden is a traitor, you should probably see it.
Holy Cross show documents Italian nativity art
“The Italian Presepe: Cultural Landscapes of the Soul,” at the College of the Holy Cross, celebrates nativity scenes.
‘The New Annotated H.P. Lovecraft’ edited by Leslie Klinger
Klinger totes a flashlight for worthy new glimpses of Lovecraft’s eldritch imagination that offers the ebon delights.
Braverman’s one-man show a portrait of love
Assembled together, London shoemaker Ab Solomons’s 3,000 drawings compose a stunning opus at the ICA.
Quietly, a high-tech gubernatorial transition is underway
When polls close across Mass. Tuesday night, even before the votes are tallied, the apparatus of state government will be ready for the winner.
Company One puts ‘Hindu Gods’ in a good place
The jewel in “The Displaced Hindu Gods Trilogy’s” crown is “The Chronicles of Kalki,” Kalki being the name of Vishnu’s yet-to-come 10th and final avatar.
‘Blind actor’ is a role he shuns
Blake Stadnik, 23, who plays Marius in the North Shore Music Theatre’s production of “Les Misérables,” has been legally blind since he was 7.
Boston playwrights take works into their own hands
Boston Public Works is a loose-knit troupe of seven playwrights trying to do more than survive on the mean streets of today’s American theater scene.
On the trail of a little personality
For Martha Coakley, shoes are where the personality shines though. On Twitter, throwback photos of Charlie Baker show his fun side.
Robison revives major Kirchner composition at NEC
Paula Robison presents the first performance of the restored version of Leon Kirchner’s Music for Flute and Orchestra with the NEC Philharmonia.
For comics, Naked Comedy is all about exposure
The monthly stand-up showcase at ImprovBoston in Cambridge is exactly what it sounds like — no more, and no less.
Everything you need to know about the race for governor
It’s been a long, long campaign. Voters can be forgiven if they tuned out once or twice along the way. But with the election just days away, it’s time to plug back in.
Richard Lewis will be the talk of Newton
The comedian is playing two shows at the Leventhal-Sidman Jewish Community Center in Newton.
In Mass., a deepening economic pessimism
It’s not just about the election. Voters’ mood can provide some guidance to whomever becomes our next governor.