Taking you around the internet for your afternoon enjoyment.
Prepare for a new joint project between Animal Planet and ABC—The Puppy Whisperer: A woman from Hanover helped her friend find the bodies of her dead dogs. Turns out, the Hanover woman had dreamed about their location. [Patriot Ledger]
Hey, at least it wasn’t a fire this time: During last night’s thunderstorms, a gust of wind blew a tree branch through the window of the Mattapan Trolley, injuring the driver and two passengers. [WHDH via Universal Hub]
Huh. We never saw hookers in the bins at Filene’s Basement: Prosecutors in the Neil Entwistle trial say he searched for half-price
prostitutes “female escorts” in the hours after his wife and baby were killed. Do prostitutes go on sale? We’d check ourselves, but we don’t want to have our lives ruined. [Boston.com]
Way to go, jackass: Police say that the accident that tied up traffic on the Expressway this morning was caused by a Jeep cutting off a tractor-trailer truck. [WCVB]
And here’s what Bostonista and Chowder have for you.
Michael Jackson tunes at the MFA? We check out the swanky MFA Museum Council Party.
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