The Week That Was

Chronicling the past week via quick links and pithy commentary (Dumb and Dumber, Jacoby? edition)

BostonNOW died as it lived: Inaccurately.

We weren’t the only ones wishing this story were true: The Herald gets duped.

Alaska comes to Massachusetts: If only temporarily.

We love Tom Brady: Largely because he’s a well-dressed jetsetter with a hot girlfriend.

Have you heard about this thing called a web log? If you hadn’t, the Globe breaks it down for you.

They don’t actually know your name: And for the love of God, if you insist on paying too much for your pub grub, Cheers is at 84 Beacon Street.

Our food editor picks the 10 delicious experiences every Bostonian should have: And others have weighed in, as well. Come on, don’t be shy. We want to hear from you too.

The Pope comes to America: And skips Boston, much to the dismay of abuse victims.

Never say we don’t contribute to our community: We solve two employment problems at once.

Good thing it stopped before it spread: Was BostonNOW bent on nationwide domination?

That Mitt Romney. What a jokester: The Governor apparently saved his comedic timing for C-SPAN.

Jakes misbehavin’: Now they’ve got a grand jury to deal with.

Don’t the higher-ups at NESN read the crime reports? You shouldn’t make Bruins fans angry.

The Pope talks to clergy abuse victims: But it’s going to be all about the follow-through.

What’s worse than the Governor and the Speaker fighting? When they don’t. Come on guys, you’re freaking us out.

And we’re just getting started on the Celtics playoff excitement. We’ve got your Celtics-Hawks preview and the wisdom of Sam Cassell.

That’s all for this week. If you need us, we’ll be scouring the internet for Celtics and Bruins playoff tickets.