The Week That Was
Chronicling the past week via quick links and pithy commentary (We Don’t Have Columbus Day Off edition).
We spent a lot of time thinking about the Weekly Dig: First, we spoke with president/publisher/ (and now) editor Jeff Lawrence, and then we tried to figure out what they should do next.
A pair of gambling stories: Boston’s loss is New Hampshire’s gain? Delaware North want a piece of the action.
Nobody looks good here: Intoxicated firefighters, a history of substance abuse problems within the fire department, a suspicious ruling from a judge. It’s a bad week.
We asked, she kind of answered: Questions with Mila, the Top Model contestant who got bounced.
He fought the Pike Authority and the Pike Authority won: Well not yet, but Deval Patrick picks up the battle from Mitt Romney for a unified transportation authority, and the cash-strapped monolith shrugs.
The Guardian Angels are still here: And they’re recruiting over-caffeinated hipsters.
Globe columnist says he’s not cool: Who are we to disagree?
We told you that wasn’t Whitey: The Yankee hat should have given it away.
Wrapping up the Sox Game 1: Two words: Josh Beckett.
Man gets bad grade, contemplates lawsuit: It really has come to this, hasn’t it?
Man gets incarcerated, sues Pats for $5 million: Claims Tom Brady implanted a listening device in Donovan McNabb’s Chunky soup. What, like Belichick wouldn’t try it?
Yankee fans always take the high road: Right.
So then Jay’s like, ‘Oh no you didn’t,’ and then Emily’s like, ‘Whatever’: Media cat fight! Good times.