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Citgo Sign Turned Back On During Red Sox-Blue Jays Game

Citgo Sign (AP Photo/Winslow Townson)

An iconic landmark for both Fenway Park and the City of Boston, the Citgo Sign underwent a huge transformation this summer. Over the past two months while the sign was dark, electricians replaced more than 218,000 LED lights with more energy-efficient ones (Source: AP).

The 3,600-foot, 45-year-old sign was relighted during the seventh inning stretch of Friday’s Red Sox-Blue Jays game.

So, if you were getting lost while stumbling home from the bars, clubs or parties, at least your drunk ass can look up and see the new-and-improved Citgo Sign shine bright over Boston’s Kenmore Square. After you locate that, you’re on your own, so I’d suggest getting a cab.

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