Spanning the Web

Taking you around the internet for your afternoon enjoyment.

Clemens apologizes for being Clemens. Or something: Former Red Sox pitcher Roger Clemens apologized today for “mistakes in [his] personal life.” Whether that refers to forgetting to fold the laundry this morning or having relations with a 15-year-old girl remains a mystery. []

Well well, look who’s come crawling back: Ridership on the MBTA continues to climb as locals become desperate for ways to cut back on gas costs. []

Good news for bad artists: The Museum of Bad Art will open a second location at the Somerville Theater on May 14. [Somerville Journal]

Who do they think they are? Harvard? The Newton North construction project has made life miserable for its neighbors, damaging their homes and enveloping them in dust. [Newton Tab]

And here’s what Bostonista and Chowder have for you.

It may not be green, but it sure is fun: Alyssa Giacobbe reports from the Ace Hotel in Portland, Oregon.

Now that it’s stopped raining, why not grill some meat? Chris Schlesinger’s Grill It! shows you how .