The Week That Was
Chronicling the past week via quick links and pithy commentary (we love October baseball edition).
Making the economic crisis more fun: Economist Nancy Kimelman gives us the financial news drinking game.
We knew him when…: Our pal Mike Ross will (probably) become City Council President. Here’s how he did it.
No sleep, even when at Fenway: ALCS Game Three had us worried.
“Party of death” would make a great metal band: The Catholic church becomes a single-issue voter.
Now that’s some memorabilia: How you can own the 1912 World Series trophy.
Sorry about our inability to bring the funk.
Knock it off, or you’re going to bed without dessert: Local cops get childish about losing detail work.
Of course she does: Sarah Palin loves the Tampa Bay Rays.
The Possibilities of Sainthood: BU professor Donna Freitas talked to us about her young adult novel and teenage sexuality.
Cry us a river: Bankers and traders are landing on the therapist’s couch as the market collapses.
Speaking of issues: Female voters don’t vote for their fathers, thanks very much.
They’re rich, but probably not that rich: Mad fan Bart Steele is suing Bon Jovi for $400 billion.
Give us a Red Sox cap, or give us death: We don’t believe Jeff Beatty’s excuse for wearing a Yankees hat.
Sarah Palin’s coming to New England! We predict her itinerary.
That’s all for this week. If you need us, we’ll be cheering on the Sox.