February 09, 2013
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Blair Holbrook skied down Cambridge Street on Friday.
Aram Boghosian for the boston globe
Two powerful lights illuminated First Parish Church of Newbury as the winter storm intensified in Newbury.
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The Mass. Pike was deserted at rush hour, a very rare occurance, due to the driving ban after 4 p.m. on Friday.
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Liz Gribaudo grimaced at near whiteout conditions at the seawall on Quincy Shore Drive.
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Julie Verrochi cleaned off her car after leaving her job at Roche Bros. supermarket, which closed early.
Alexis Lane, 13, got some air while sleddingin Newburyport.
Michael Tilley, 8 (left), helped his grandfather Scott Tilley shovel the sidewalk.
Barry Chin/Globe Staff
The Lincoln Tavern and Restaurant in South Boston was busy as locals came in.
Parishioners crowded the bar at the Lincoln Tavern and Restaurant in Southie.
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Alex Rodriguez, left, and Jesus Perez carried their shovels as they crossed Yawkey Way on the way to their shoveling job.
John Lambert and George Bentley fly fished in the snow.
Peter Strounine of Brookline used a trash bag and a sled on Beacon St Brookline.
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A fender bender occurred on Route 93 S at 2:30 p.m.
Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff
Governor Deval Patrick declared a state of emergency and driving ban at MEMA headquarters.
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Jake Casey, left, and Max Hirsch struggled in the high winds near the Scituate Lighthouse.
Snow blanketed the mall in the middle of Commonwealth Avenue.
Snow covered MIT sailing boats.
People battled the wind and snow from the blizzard while crossing the St James Ave. in the Back Bay.
Route 93 N was almost empty after the 4 p.m. driving ban.
Peter Simons waited for his flight to Paris while stranded in the International Terminal E at Logan Airport.