The Week That Was
Chronicling the past week via quick links and pithy commentary (Wait, Mitt Romney’s a Mormon? edition).
Pats beat Ravens: And the desperate conspiracy theories begin.
It was 25 years ago today: Herald reminds Boston that it still exists.
Are they taking odds on who gets a casino? Cause it’s a lot more interesting than the Wisconsin-Marquette game.
Harvard beats Michigan: And we checked in with Tommy Amaker.
A Trump spokesman sets the record straight: Yes, but beans black or refried?
No, really, we’re still here: Michele McPhee bolts the Herald.
A Romney quiz that has nothing to do with religion: See if you can guess when Mitt’s being funny?
It was so beautiful at the beginning: Why the T Alert is like a needy ex-boy friend.
Gonz was wrong; Patrick was right: Stop the presses.
Who is Karim Garcia? That was pretty much the reaction to Steelers safety Anthony Smith’s “guarantee.”
Barack Obama’s bringing out the heavy artillery: And we mean Oprah.
Come on people, shovel those sidewalks: Here’s a handy how-to. You’re welcome.
We’ll admit it, on days like this we still love the Herald: MBTA Seeking Subway Sicko. Brilliant.
Pay no attention to the Creationist in your rear-view mirror: Mike Huckabee, passes Romney in a national poll.
That’s all for this week. We’ll be back on Monday. If you need us, we’ll be enjoying huaraches at Tacos Lupita.