Yes, we were excited about Tom Brady and the Pats win yesterday afternoon! And evidently someone on Silver Street was celebrating the victory because there was party going on with the volume on full blast!
CIS began getting tweets wondering what the hell was going on.
Then other residents began to chime in.
And of course always a joker in the bunch.
The BPD was called but we hear the party was still going until after midnight. Yes, after midnight on a Sunday, actually Monday morning!
We think Deb summed it up perfect.
Remember, don’t be a jabroni. Be respectful and be a good neighbor.
I live about half mile away and heard it loud and clear. I’ve heard it a few Sunday’s in a row now. Pats win was awesome but that was a few hours before.
The response should have been by everyone that lives near that house was to open their window and put their speakers in their window and blast music while they were at work so that they couldn’t sleep in…
Ridiculous the police didn’t shut this down. We called around 9 complaining, as did half of Southie. I dont care if neighbors have people over and are a little loud, but this was just complete d-baggery.
Put a couple pullers threw the window that party would have ended fast
Please begin cleaning up your dog poop. Thank you
I support the right for people to have parties, but to have their music or whatever turned up to full volume is rather nasty, inconsiderate, and irresponsible. People should be allowed to have their parties, but they should have some consideration for people around them.
You know, if you lived in the suburbs and had your own half acre+, you wouldn’t have to hear the young, rowdy neighbors. You older, Southie homeowners know very well that you could sell out today and have a nice plot of land in the Burbs with no disruptions and a nice, soft yard for the grandkids to play in. I feel bad for the sidewalk kids I see playing street hockey on a 5×10 piece of sidewalk.
I love seeing kids playing street hockey! That’s how I grew up and I wouldn’t trade it for the world. Both my husband and I grew up in Southie and are raising our kids here. We love it. Also, people have loud parties in the suburbs too. It’s about being a respectful neighbor. Just because you expect that from your neighbors doesn’t mean you have to move out. Judging by your comment, I’m guessing you grew up in the burbs – am I right?
How’d you guess?! The root of this complaint is purely a function of living in a high density area. If you live in the burbs the chances of overhearing a loud party are a fraction of Southie. A: Because of the density & B: Because of the demographic. Day by day this borough is shifting towards a younger & younger demographic, especially as you chain smoking stoopers smoke your lives away. The public schools are awful & are only getting worse, raising a kid beyond a toddler in this neighborhood should be considered child abuse.
A. This is a neighborhood. Not a borough. A borough is New York. B. I only sit on my stoop to do scratch tickets and drink. C. Your screen name is misspelled, so clearly whatever suburban school system you went to failed to teach you how to spell or how to use spell check. Millennial is spelled with two n’s not one. (P.S. My son who goes to BPS knows how spell millennial.)
I grew up in the burbs, and am in my twenties…. Loud parties are loud parties, they happen every where, telling neighbors they should move to avoid them is ABSURD.
Be respectful of your neighbors of all different ages around you. I’m all for having a fun night hanging in with friends, but I’d be livid if your music was keeping me up all night before going to work the next day. What if these neighbors have a big meeting in the morning, kids that need to get up for school, are ill and need rest? There are a million and one reasons why this inconsiderate behavior is disrespectful to neighbors of ALL ages despite where you grew up or if you rent or own. Have a party, put your favorite jam on, but it doesn’t need to be on full blast to enjoy yourself.
As for the “sidewalk kids” comment. You’re ridiculous. I love seeing my neighbors kids outside playing, it makes it feel more like a community than a college campus. I have friends who grew up here, they wouldn’t change it for the world. Again, I grew up in the “burbs” and my neighbors and myself all played street hockey on the cement street or side walk too, where’d you grow up? A farm? Be realistic and be considerate. All you did in your comment was sound ignorant and absurd.
We played street hockey in the street! If you do that here a cab or someone texting will plow right through you.
The party kicked ass.
ANd you also , young millennial, could move out to the suburbs and maybe party like a frat boy and not bother the neighbors.. but I doubt even in the suburbs they would put up with that.. GROW UP.
Obvious troll is obvious.
Listen, Typical Millennial. No matter where this kind of excessive (but controllable) noise of stereos being turned up full blast and disturbing other people, during parties occurs, whether it be in Southie, up in the Allston-Brighton area, where it’s an even more common problem due to its high college student population, or even in the suburbs, this kind of thing is totally uncalled for, and it keeps ordinary, regular people who need to have a good night’s sleep so they can go about their daily lives and business efficiently from doing so.
People have a right to demand that their neighbors have some respect and consideration for the people around them.
Whats thee address on silver street.
Now go home (to the ‘burbs) and get your shine box!
Great job Maureen