Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers.
The Celtics weren’t the only ones who performed well: Aside from some rock-tossing and minor scuffles, the victory celebrations were peaceful and stank of cigar smoke. [Globe]
Save a stogie for tomorrow: Rumor has it the Celtics will have their Rolling Rally tomorrow afternoon. [Herald]
There’s a first time for everything, right? Secretary of State Bill Galvin has asked Attorney General Martha Coakley to investigate whether Richard Vitale acted as a lobbyist. Coakley has never investigated an alleged violation of lobbying laws since she took office in 2006. [Globe]
Independent-minded: A new study finds that Boston has the highest percentage of political independents in the nation. Not surprisingly, most of the city’s unaffiliated voters lean democratic. [Herald]