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Lyndon LaRouche is Disgusted With You

The people peddling ideas to the great waves of commuters speed-walking to South Station every night usually employ some sort of attention-getting device. Recent attempts […]

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Too Much Mandatory Fun

Bostonista had too much fun last night. We indulged in mandatory office fun at our staff bowling party at Kings. Next, under the influence of […]

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Sports Monday

I spent the weekend in beautiful central New Jersey, which allowed me the always-fun diversion of hearing Jets fans try to convince themselves on WFAN […]

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Forget about the Splitter Paps, Give Him the Heater. Whoops

Every time Jonathan Papelbon enters a game at Fenway, the song “Wild Thing” blares from the stadium speakers in tribute to the the greatest (fictional) […]

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Sports Monday

If we learned nothing else yesterday at Foxboro, it’s that nothing in the NFL is ever guaranteed. The Super Bowls, the chance at perfection, these […]

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Pedroia for MVP?

In his last seven games, Dustin Pedroia is 18-for-30 with 11 RBIs—numbers that you would be hard-pressed to get playing Colecovision baseball. He is so […]

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Jay Mariotti to Boston? No Thanks

As someone who used to spend his days (and nights and weekends and holidays) toiling in the sports department of a newspaper, I’ve been enjoying […]

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Questions For. . . Chris Wallace

Now that the Olympics are over, we can turn our full attention to the every-four-years spectacle we really love—the presidential election. We caught up with […]

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Sports Monday

Amalie Benjamin had an interesting piece in the Globe on Friday reporting that the Red Sox had gone over the $10 million mark in signing […]

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The Hill and the Hall

We regret to inform you that the Hill and the Hall is taking the week off. We thought about strapping McMorrow to a gurney and […]

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Clark Rockefeller, Lenny DiNardo, Eddie Vedder, and the FBI: A True Story

The Clark Rockefeller saga has touched many lives. Local music writer Tom Kielty is no exception. It was a drizzling Sunday afternoon and my girlfriend […]

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Townie Town Hall

The interns at Boston Daily read the community papers so you don’t have to. Then they blog for us. Hilarity ensues. A Rising Star In […]

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Keohane: The Place Where Nobody Knows Your Name

Logan’s always a fascinating place. This is mainly because the vast majority of people who work there have perfected the ability to lather up the […]

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Sports Monday

I spent a good part of the weekend curled up with the 2008 Pro Football Prospectus, and it goes without saying that it’s required reading […]

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Favre to the Jets

Any hope that the Summer of Brett would end soon went out the window this morning when the news broke that the New York Jets […]