Spanning the Web
Taking you around the internet for your afternoon enjoyment.
We were close: The Herald went with “Naked DOC worker runs on Dunkin, but cops track him down” for the headline of its story about the drive-thru pervert. We also would have accepted “DOC workers takes his coffee naked.” [Herald]
Athol continues to be Athols: A death metal band by the name of Necronomichrist has complained that the town kept it from playing a fundraiser for a local skate park because of its religious leanings. The town says it was afraid their music wouldn’t be appropriate for children. [FOX 25]
The pipe dream lives on: Somerville hopes that a transportation bill passes the House today. If it does, $700 million in funding will go to the Green Line expansion project. [Somerville Journal]
But then our coworkers wouldn’t see our snappy “I Voted” sticker: City Councilor John Tobin wants to move city Election Day to Saturday to increase
his chances of winning the mayorship voter turnout. [Roslindale Transcript via Universal Hub]
And here’s what Bostonista has for you.
We’re feeling a little flaky: Luckily, we’ve got a new routine to put an end to that dandruff.