Spanning the Web
Taking you around the internet for your afternoon enjoyment.
This one is for all you fans of irony out there: Boston Police arrested a man at the Liberty Hotel on a slew of charges, and he then spent the night in jail. One currently in service, not the former Charles Street Jail. [BPDNews.com, second item]
So now we can add music piracy to the list of crimes happening in Dorchester? The city’s experimental low-cost WiFi program is now live. About 8,000 households can access the service, which costs $9.95 per month after a free trial. [WBZ]
Well, that’s unusual: Cambridge Police arrested the gunman in a shooting at the after-hours mecca Hi-Fi Pizza in Central Square, but can’t find the victim. [Cambridge Chronicle]
And here’s what Bostonista has for you.
If she shows up in a Smurfette-inspired blonde wig, we’ll call in the shrink: Alyssa Giacobbe has Smurfs on the brain, and it’s beginning to show.