Spanning the Web
Taking you around the internet for your afternoon enjoyment.
If you needed another reason to miss Filene’s, here it is: Macy’s sent an email to Massachusetts residents advertising a piece that commemorates “every bone-crunching tackle and triumphant touchdown of the Giants’ historic victory.” Should sell like hotcakes. [Universal Hub]
John McCain rolls deep to little effect: Despite having a pack of Massachusetts heavyweights (. . . and Jane Swift, zing!) behind him, there were still empty seats at a McCain rally earlier today at Faneuil Hall. [BostonHerald.com]
Don’t forget to vote, kids: At least you won’t have a parade to distract you. God, it still hurts. But misery loves company, and you should have plenty of it. Secretary of State (and Pats scapegoat) Bill Galvin says voter turnout will be high tomorrow. [WCVB]
Seriously. Do it: Polls put Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton in a dead heat, while it looks like Romney will carry his home state. Go out and vote. They’ll even give you a sticker. [Boston.com]
And here’s what Bostonista and Chowder have for you.
Dea Dea Baker is back in New York for Fashion Week, as are Rachel Baker and Alyssa Giacobbe. They’ve had their first Nigel Barker sighting, been threatened by animal cruelty protesters, and heard all about our football team.
We want our year-round open-air farmer’s market: Here’s how you can help Boston get one.