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Many adventurous souls in Boston have had videos made of themselves jumping out of windows and into snowbanks wearing nothing but a speedo (and a grimace after hitting the snow).
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh wants them to stop.
Walsh chastised thrill-seekers who've been filming themselves performing the frosty feat and then posting the videos on social media websites. He says, "It's a foolish thing to do, and you could kill yourself."
Some will recognize Jamie Brewer from American Horror Story, in which she's had a recurring role since 2011.
The 30-year-old actress broke another barrier Thursday, becoming the first model with Down syndrome to walk during New York's Fashion Week.
Designer Carrie Hammer made New York Fashion Week history by casting actress Jamie Brewer in her show.
Brewer became the first model with Down Syndrome to walk in a show at Fashion Week, and Hammer continued her track record of casting models who don’t check all the usual boxes: leggy, lithe, teenage, blonde.
The numbers are in at the National Climate Data Center, and out of the top 55 snowstorms impacting the major population centers of the Northeast U.S., the January 2015 blizzard that blasted Boston and caused New York mayor de Blasio to shut down the city, was ranked #41, or a weak “Category 2″.
A construction worker (right center of photo) walks up the staircase of a village for refugees built from large metal shipping containers. The project is partially under construction in the district of Koepenick, Berlin.