The Week That Was
Chronicling the past week via quick links and pithy commentary (Josh Beckett For Mayor edition).
Casinos, Part II: Tim Cahill comes out firing, and he’s supposed to be on the governor’s side?
Who you calling homely, Ryan? Not this librarian.
The Best Sports Town in America: How high will idle Boston College be in the polls on Sunday?
We found Charlie and he’s trying to get to Somerville: Maybe this time he’ll have a chance. Maybe.
It’s Tsongas over Ogonowski: Somehow we’re sure it’s the immigrants fault. Unless it was Bush’s.
The things we’ll do to entertain you: Like get red hair extensions.
Rats are taking over the city: This can’t be good.
Consolidate the what, now? Instead of bring the transportation authorities to heel, let’s give them a raise!
We get no love at the Define-a-thon: Damn Popsicles.
Dear Big Dig Contractors: You’ve taken everything else, can we have our dogs back?
More Romney: He wants to tie financial aid to potential career choices? And don’t get him started on single mother’s. Please.
Patrick struggles with the whole endorsement game: To quote Jim Braude, “When did you decide you didn’t want to be Hilary’s attorney general?”
The next big thing: Not likely to be Fort Point.
Kellergate: Good thing we have so many media experts in this town who aren’t driven by their own personal biases.
Good Baby Good: Ben Affleck is back.
Bonus Red Sox Ramblings
Hate to point out the obvious: But it’s not 2004 anymore.