Spanning the Web
Taking you around the internet for your afternoon enjoyment.
Stop, collaborate, and listen: Former Red Sox first baseman Kevin Millar has changed his at-bat music in Camden Yards to “Ice, Ice, Baby.” Man, do we miss that crazy bastard. [Deadspin]
Jim Ogonowski’s sticker campaign can’t compete with a story like this: Keith Jones, a 38-year-old Somerville hip-hop producer and activist whose hands were rendered useless by cerebral palsy, will officially announce his campaign for John Kerry’s Senate seat tomorrow. [Somerville Journal]
Dunkin’ Donuts is still king: A Patriot Ledger survey finds that 48 percent of South Shore residents get their coffee at Dunks. Starbucks placed a distant third behind MaryLou’s. [Patriot Ledger]
You can’t hear him now: A man who posed as a Verizon worker in order to rob homes has been arrested. [WBZ]
And here’s what Bostonista and Chowder have for you.
We love it when Justin Timberlake is right: Newbury Street’s Karmaloop comes back around.
Barbecue, healthy eating, and a trip to the Big Easy: They’re what’s happening on Boston’s dining scene this week.