The Week That Was

Chronicling the past week via quick links and pithy commentary (can’t we all get along edition)

Let’s hear it for the slightly less-faceless columnist! Kevin Cullen came out blazing. We knew you had it in you.

Doesn’t anyone know how to get signatures anymore? If so, Jim Ogonowski and Rep. Carl Sciortino could use your help.

The Green Line’s fatal crash: Where do we go from here?

Jimmy Carter she ain’t: Rachael Ray inadvertently gets involved in international affairs.

Gisele and Bridget have a catfight: At least in our Culture Snob’s mind.

Brooklyn, Brookline: It’s not a po-tay-to, po-ta-to situation.

It’s not easy being green: But Somerville continues the good (if not increasingly ludicrous) fight.

Is John Kerry the new Condoleezza Rice? Maybe, if Barack Obama becomes president.

Whoa: Anish Kapoor’s exhibit at the ICA trips us out.

We’ve got a headache: Please, no more Sex hype.

Even Heidi and Spencer aren’t this annoying: Either pick Mitt Romney as your running mate, or don’t. We’re bored.

If you find a World Series ring, we know who’s looking for it: Julian Tavarez continues to delight us from the Midwest.

Oh God, not the jinx talk again. If anything, we should be worried about why we don’t understand this team. They beat the Pistons on Wednesday, but we all know we’ll be back at the Garden for Game 7.

That’s all for this week. If you need us, we’ll be anticipating Game 7.

Also, the clever illustration at the top of this post is by Joe McKendry.