The Week That Was
Chronicling the past week via quick links and pithy commentary (What’s the real difference between 30,000 and 5,000 new jobs? edition)
Fuzzy math, shameless pandering, hopeful/hopeless projections: Yup. It’s the casino debate.
Who knew Lindsay Lohan had standards: Eli Roth’s not that old.
It was a big night for local author, and BoMag profile subject, Ben Mezrich: We were at the premier of 21 and filed this report.
Hank Steinbrenner will make baseball fun again: Seriously it was getting a little too respectful between the Sox and Yanks.
The continuing saga of the on-again off-again Sal-Deval romance: If they ever did get together it would totally wreck the show, like on Cheers.
While we love the action on the field, the brawls need to stop: Just say ‘Yankees suck’ and leave it at that, OK?
The Globe continues to insult our intelligence: With this piece of hysterical drivel.
Josh Beckett: Who you calling fat? We’d love the gossip columnists to try this workout.
Voting is hard: And it requires extra postage.
All those people who name their kids after jocks: Are they having second thoughts?
It was a big week for the Celtics: And Rajon Rondo continues to grow up right before our eyes.
Don’t call it a comeback: Karl Rove hints at a McCain/Romney ticket. We can only dream.
C’mon Athol: Have a sense of humor.
The first casualty of the Obama/Clinton ground war: Is a Harvard prof.
That’s all for us this week. If you need us we’ll be putting the finishing touches on our Rajon Rondo shrine.