The Week That Was

Chronicling the past week via quick links and pithy commentary (sure does feel like fall edition).

1220556118Sell, sell, sell! The economy tanks, and Francis Storrs calls out the experts who didn’t see it coming.

But there is hope: Might Bill Galvin save the American economy?

Dane Cook has his day: But his week went downhill from there.

Matt Cassel is a real boy quarterback! We’ve got the reaction from central Jersey.

See? The fans are making t-shirts in his honor.

Talk back to the Globe: The broadsheet now allows comments on its articles.

Albert Arroyo gets back to work: The former firefighter gears up for his next bodybuilding competition.

Forget hockey moms: We invent some new voting blocs.

M-F-A! M-F-A! Our local art institution rakes in some big bucks.

Massholes love Sarah Palin’s glasses: We have some ideas why that is.

And you thought the T was crowded before: What the influx of college students means for your commute.

Keohane’s new gig: Register of probate?

Privacy is an illusion: Sarah Palin and Tania deLuzuriaga teach us all a valuable lesson.

Oh, that money: The government reminds Richard Arrighi that he has some assets.

Let’s go over this one more time: The Scituate bridge situation is incorrectly reported. Again.

Vote Kucinich! The Ohio representative takes on the Yankees.

Mayor Nouveau Riche’s rusty machine: The Hill and the Hall reflects on what Dianne Wilkerson’s loss means for Tom Menino.

It’s the battle of the backups: Our Culture Snob debates the merits of Kevin O’Connell and Matt Gutierrez.

That’s all for this week. If you need us, we’ll be picking apples.