Taking you around the internet for your afternoon enjoyment.
Dream on, Maui: Aerosmith fans who had tickets to a show are suing to recoup travel expenses after the band canceled the show only to return a few days later to perform privately for Toyota employees. Aerosmith says it canceled because it couldn’t get its tour equipment to Maui in time for the show, and not because of the great deal they got on hybrids. [WCVB]
They can’t take that away from him: Experts say plans to privatize the state lottery could generate 10 to 20 times the lottery’s current revenue. State treasurer Tim Cahill says things are fine the way they are. [Globe]
Again, tell it to Seamus: Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is facing charges that she’s an opportunistic pet lover after she unloaded the Clinton family’s cat after Bill Clinton’s presidency was over. Who says Republicans and Democrats don’t have anything in common? [Herald]
Don’t mess with her Dunkin fix: A woman in Providence emerged from her car with a crowbar after the driver behind her at a Dunkin Donuts drive-thru honked at her. Of course, hair-pulling and death threats ensued. Hey, we’re pretty surly before our medium regular too. [WHDH via Bostonist]
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