Week in Review: An Altercation With Trader Joe's Employee Leads to Stabbing
A look back at Back Bay Patch's top stories from Feb. 10-16.
Check out our top stories of the week below (just click the link to see the full story):
Trader Joe's Customer in Critical Condition After Stabbing: A 30-year-old Cambridge man is in critical condition after a Trader Joe's employee allegedly stabbed him after a verbal altercation in the store Thursday.
Free Parking at Boston Meters on Valentine's Day: Menino said the move is an effort to help businesses "make up for lost time" due to this past weekend's blizzard.
Restoration Hardware to Open in the Back Bay on March 7: The company's new high-end gallery and store will be in the former New England Museum of Natural History building.
Blizzard Photos: Stick Your Camera Out the Window!: What the Back Bay looked like after Nemo blew through.
After the Storm: Threats of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Roof Damage: Residents need to be aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning caused by blocked vents and other hazards.
Should Back Bay Residents Get to 'Hold' Their Parking Spots?: Parking is already difficult in the Back Bay, even without 2 feet of snow on the ground.
'Bird Man' of Newbury Street Feeds Sparrows During Blizzard: While Bostonians were dipping into the groceries they stocked up in advance of Fridays blizzard, other Back Bay denizens knew to head to Paul Magla for a bite during the storm.