Top Boston Post of 2020
Some really good Boston Posts this past year
This year was a challenging year for the Boston Blog content. I haven't been to Boston much since early March. Most of the content was things that I had in the backlog to post someday.
I'll be discontinuing blogging about Boston places for a while. I hope that I can get some new content by the Summer of 2021.
Top 10 Blog Post
Samuel Adams Gravestone-- Interesting facts about Samuel Adams Gravestone at the Granary Burying Grounds.
Spanish/American War Cannons-- Located on the State House Lawn. This was a hard piece to put together since I haven't been able to get an up-close look at the cannons.
Paul Revere Statue-- Interesting Facts about Boston's Paul Revere Statue in the North End.
Emancipation Group-- Facts about the Boston Statue people suggest to take down. The statue was taken down on December 29, 2020.
Sacco and Vanzetti Plaster Sculptor Mold-- The Plaster Sculptor Mold at the Boston Public Library remembering the events around Sacco and Vanzetti trial and execution in Boston.
Queen Elizabeth II Plaque-- Queen Elizabeth II visited Boston in 1976. There is a plaque at the old North Church remembering her visit.
Edward Cohen Plaque-- Special Plaque in the Statehouse that took nearly 100 years to be placed. Commemorates the work of a person that was killed at the State House because of mistaken identity.
Zakim Bridge-- A landmark bridge in Boston skyline located near the Boston Gardens
Ted William Red Chair-- Fun Facts about the most famous seat in Fenway Park.
Elephant Memorial at Fenway Park-- Largest Crowd at Fenway Park happened when people want to see the elephants that the children of Boston adopted.