Spanning the Web
Taking you around the Internet for your afternoon enjoyment.
Bon appetit! 103 Irving Street in Cambridge, which was once the home of the late Julia Child, is up for sale. This may be the one instance where a potential buyer will be deterred by a renovated kitchen—the kitchen she used was sent to the Smithsonian when Child moved out of the house in 2001. [Boston.com]
Au revoir: Globe business reporter Binyamin Appelbaum will leave the paper for the Washington Post. [Don’t Quote Me]
Quelle horreur: Patriots defensive back Willie Andrews was arrested for allegedly holding a gun to his fiance’s head. It’s the second time he’s been arrested during the off-season. [Herald]
Laissez les bon temps roulez: Convenience store magnate and creative ad sponsor Christy Mihos is considering a run for governor in 2010. He’s already unveiled “Don’t Blame Me, I Voted for Christy” bumper stickers. Excellent. [PolitickerMA]
And here’s what Bostonista and Chowder have for you.
Just in time for the Fourth of July: We take a road trip to Hidden Ponds, Kennebunkport’s new “cottages.”
Hello, quick-serve food on the Waterfront; goodbye, Jamaican food in Cambridge: It’s all the news that’s fit to eat.