Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers.
Nothing conveys the power and beauty of faith like a suburban office park: The chancery of the Boston Archdiocese has left its longtime home in Brighton and moved to an office building near a T.G.I. Friday’s in Braintree. Somewhere, Cardinal William O’Connell is pissed. [Globe]
Who’s crazier, the homicidal husband, or his mother? Neil Entwistle’s mother, Yvonne, said after yesterday’s guilty verdict, ““We know that our son Neil is innocent and we are devastated to learn that the evidence points to Rachel murdering our grandchild and then (committing) suicide. . . I knew Rachel was depressed. Our son will now go to jail for loving, honoring and protecting his wife’s memory.” [Herald]
You may want to look into taking a cab: Drunk driving arrests are up 70 percent after State Police increased the number of sobriety checkpoints on local roads. [Globe]
Yesterday it was Bonanza, today it’s shades Brokeback Mountain: After the Herald reported yesterday that Mayor Tom Menino and Sen. John Kerry were fighting, the mayor came forward to say he’s pals with the junior senator. [Herald]