boston pilgrims

Oct. 1, 1903 - The first modern World Series took place between the Boston Pilgrims and the Pittsburgh Pirates.

This aerial view shows the Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds during  the first World Series game between the Boston Pilgrims and the Pittsburgh Pirates in Boston, Ma., on Oct. 1, 1903.   The Pirates defeated the Pilgrims in game one, 7-3.  Boston went on to win the first American League versus the National League World Series, five games to three.  (AP Photo)


Anime Boston 2015 Cosplay pt. 3:

The Pokemon Fisherman was hilarious! He was just chilling on the floor, letting people take pictures as he fished.

Next up is a cute Space Dandy couple.

I don’t play League, but the cel-shaded decals on this guy was rad.

Zoom in on Todd Ingram and you’ll see he has a coffee with soy milk. A nice touch a nice cosplay.

I saw The Beatles in their Sgt. Pepper attire, but I wasn’t able to get a picture… I was happy to get them the next day!

Foxy looked rad as hell.

Jesus Christ showed up on Easter!


1971 Plymouth Valiant

Plym•outh (plĭməth).  1. A borough of SW England on Plymouth Sound, an inlet of the English Channel. Pop. 250,300. 2. A town of SE MA on Plymouth Bay, an inlet of the Atlantic SE of Boston; founded 1620 by Pilgrims, who supposedly set foot on Plymouth Rock when disembarking from the Mayflower, and the center of Plymouth Colony, absorbed by Massachusetts in 1691. Pop. 45,608. 3. A city of SE MN, a suburb of Minneapolis-St. Paul. Pop. 50,889.

val•iant (vălyənt) adj. 1. Possessing valor; brave. 2. Marked by or done with valor. See Syns at brave. – n. A brave person [ME < OFr. vaillant < Lat. valēns, valent-, pr.part of valēre, to be strong. See wal-*.] val′iancy, val′iance, val′iant•ness n. – val′iant•ly adv.

American Heritage College Dictionary, 3d Ed. (1997).