Taking you around the Internet for your afternoon enjoyment.
For trains that seem to move so slowly when we ride them, they’re awfully dangerous lately: A woman was struck and killed by an Orange Line train at Sullivan Station this morning. This is the third time in as many days an MBTA train has caused a fatality. [BostonHerald.com]
And now, can we please move on? Neil Entwistle was sentenced to two concurrent life sentences for killing his wife and daughter. [WHDH]
Score one for the Globe: In a tease on Boston.com’s homepage, a scholarship funded by the Aqua Teen Hunger Force settlement money from Turner Broadcasting was referred to as a “‘Mooninite’ scholarship.” That’s much more fun than its official name, which is the City of Boston/Turner Broadcasting System Inc. Scholarship. [Boston.com]
Who do you love? It’s a question for the ages—Heidi Watney or Amalie Benjamin? Discuss. (We’ve got to go with Amalie, just because she represents the under-appreciated hotness of print journalists.) [Surviving Grady]
And here’s what Bostonista and Chowder have for you.
Rocking the suburbs: We report from Newton’s Hotel Indigo opening.
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