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John Hayden reports from Jamaica Plain this morning:
Hearing church bells right now in JP. I found out by neighbors rushing out banging pots and pans.
That would be the First Church in Jamaica Plain, at the Monument.
State Rep. Nika Elugardo banged a pot and continuously wooed while being driven down Centre Street towards the Monument.
But JP was hardly alone.
People rushed out of their houses with pots and pans in Roslindale as well.
In Brookline, people outside began cheering. From Coolidge Corner, Roar of the Tiger reports:
To the people in my neighborhood who ran outside with vuvuzelas the INSTANT the news was announced, I salute you.
honking and cheering up Dalton street by Back Bay station. At least one car passed me on Boylston cranking Queen’s “We Are the Champions.”
Further down Boylston:
In Cambridge, a band began to play.
In Somerville, somebody shot off fireworks.
L reports from Arlington:
I definitely heard a number of shrieks in Arlington, and friends have reported lots of car honking and cheers too,
At Holy Name Rotary in West Roxbury:
Even in normally staid Concord (granted, home of the Old North Bridge), the horns got leaned on:
Biden got 82% of the vote in Boston. In Philadelphia, they've been dancing in the streets for two days now.