The Week That Was
Chronicling the past week via quick links and pithy commentary (why can’t the Sox play the Rangers every day? edition).
Mathematicians and violins: We talk to Cambridge author Yael Goldstein Love about her first novel, The Passion of Tasha Darsky.
No wonder he’s smiling: Newbury Comics is doing fine. Thank God.
The Varitek divorce: We comb the Boston magazine archives to shed some light on what went wrong.
Charlie gets litigious: The MBTA sues some MIT hackers.
What’s better than Tom Brady’s truck? According to a Georgia man, a helicopter.
Who is Clark Rockefeller? We check in with Wikipedia.
Boylston Street Redux: Paul McMorrow fills us in on the most recent development debacle.
They were in bed like John Edwards and Rielle Hunter: The Herald got first dibs on the National Enquirer’s bogus Ted Kennedy story.
Details, details: Gov. Deval Patrick prepares to take on the police union.
The Red Sox score some puns: We review the team’s headline-friendly players.
Suffolk Downs buddies up with Wonderland: It’s all about politics.
Primetime Deval: The governor goes national.
Inside Clark Rockefeller’s social life: What his membership in the Algonquin Club says about the man of mystery.
More reason to love Julia Child: The French Chef was an American Spy.
They may not be the father: But the teenagers who swear at the RMV could use a little Maury-style tough love.
Deval Patrick’s a genius: The Hill and the Hall explains why.
That’s all for this week. If you need us, we’ll be enjoying summer hours.