Spanning the Web
Taking you around the internet for your afternoon enjoyment.
We love you way more than we love Tim Russert, Amy: Massachusetts native (and Gonz Show participant) Amy Poehler was number 10 on TV Week’s list of the most powerful people in TV news. She won for her excellent Hillary Clinton impersonation. [WBZ]
You gotta fight for your right to rent: A group of landlords and college students has sued the city after it passed our pal Mike Ross’ four-student per apartment limit. [Herald]
Curt Schilling has something to say: It took the ailing Sox pitcher only a few hours to refute his doctor’s claims that he would suit up and play for the Yankees next year if his rehab doesn’t progress well. [WCVB]
There’s a metaphor here somewhere: Gov. Deval Patrick released some small fish into a big pond to celebrate the state’s effort to stock ponds and lakes with fish. There’s no word if the fish went on to propose building casinos in the depths of their new homes. [Boston.com]
And here’s what Bostonista and Chowder have for you.
You never forget your first time: We check out the new Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at Logan.
Beer guys at Fenway? It’s only one item of good news on Boston’s dining scene this week.