Chronicling the past week via quick links and pithy commentary (we’re on summer hours edition).
Spare the -Rod headlines: Cynthia Rodriguez files for divorce from A-Rod because he loves pop stars and strippers. But he’s not the only famous person involved with local exotic dancers.
Ethics, schmethics: Joe Lally really doesn’t understand ethics laws.
Sal DiMasi goes old school: And kills slot legislation with some shrewd wrangling.
Boston’s mafia gets cheesy: How the felonious have fallen.
D.M.C has a new collaborator: B.P—Big Papi.
Firefighter flare-up: Fire commissioner Roderick Fraser isn’t happy with the union. Again. Some more.
You know what we don’t have enough of? Luxury apartments.
Mike Lowell gets caught stealing: Much to the amazement of everyone.
Cullen by the numbers: We use statistics to explain the insanity.
Branding with Beckett: We check out the chaotic scene at Beckett Bowl.
Somerville gets Smart: Cars, that is.
That’s all for this week. If you need us, we’ll be looking for sharks.
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