The Week That Was
Chronicling the past week via quick links and pithy commentary (Where’s Whitey? edition)
The FBI tells us what we knew all along: That guy? Not Whitey.
Maureen Feeney gets ready to talk community: She tells us about her plan for a citywide summit.
If a struggling talk radio host spews profanity, does anybody care? Apparently not.
We rock the Oscars with Emily Valentine: Come back and visit us soon, Christine Elise!
Gov. Patrick makes like Jennifer Hudson: And tells us he’s not going.
We’re coming for your candy, Menino! We talked to FOX Business Network’s Liz Claman.
Sal DiMasi goes golfing: And suddenly everybody cares about his short game.
Geeks hate Hillary Clinton: Or don’t want to donate to her campaign, anyway.
It’s theme week at the Turnpike Authority: Though it’s unclear whether toll workers packing heat will result in a wild west or Godfather theme.
Comcast enrages geeks everywhere, and a million blogs are born: How’s your bandwidth now?
We hope those crazy kids will make it: The love song of Sal and Deval.
Another union fight to look forward to: It’s the Turnpike workers’ union versus the very funny Alan LeBovidge over who can carry guns.
In further tales of groups that need to chill: American Idol fans are only slightly crazier than pushy Sox fans.
The slow, agonizing death of print media continues: Eighty Globe employees get buyout offers.
Dear Tony Dungy: Shut it.
The happiest lady in the world: Bianca de la Garza talks to us about her sweet new gig with Channel 5.
That’s all for this week. If you need us, we’ll be joining the world-wide search for Whitey. From our couch.