The Week That Was
Chronicling the past week via quick links and pithy commentary (all the leaves are brown and the sky is gray edition).
Up in George’s Foreman’s grill: The UFood Grill spokesman talked to us about all things food and business.
Golden opportunity: Here are five things you need to know before investing in this commodity.
They said “bail,” not “bailout”: The stunning price Clark Rockefeller would have to pay for freedom.
You’ll have to pry the Mitt mitt from my cold dead hands, Flannery: We hand out the first-ever Boston Daily Baseball Awards.
Julie Donaldson, reporting: The embattled Channel 7 sports reporter gets back to work.
The Successories of the 1920s: Matthew Reed Baker takes a look.
Genius! In praise of Laurel J. Sweet.
Role playing at the dinner table: Plimoth Plantation helps spice up your Thanksgiving.
Chuck Turner elevates the discourse: No, not really.
It was a great idea until we felt the power of this hangover: We prepared for the vice presidential debate the only way we know how—drinking.
John McCain gets sentimental about baseball: But we wish he’d just be quiet.
Pedroia the little pony? Yeah, we don’t think so.
Gov. Patrick sees his opening: How the fiscal crisis gives him a big opportunity.
That’s all for this week. If you need us, that’s just too doggone bad.