Daily Feed: Boston: We're the Worst Dressed AND the Least Friendly

Thanks to Nathan Horton, Toronto is Still Waiting for the Stanley Cup. Excited Torontonians anxiously awaited the Cup to arrive in their city with Horton, but it instead took the next flight, caught a movie, or whatever, and never arrived. So, Toronto, what else is new? [Yahoo]

No Longer Just The ‘Worst Dressed’ … We’re Also The Least Friendly. Days after GQ hated on Boston by calling us “America’s Worst-Dressed City,” a new survey names the Hub as the least friendly city. Put politely, we’re not getting any dates in a bar with a profile like that. [MyFoxBoston.com]

As Obama Passes Up Warren, the Case Solidifies for Her Senate Run. Elizabeth Warren issued a statement supporting the nomination of Richard Cordray to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. But will she take on Scott Brown? [BizJournals.com]

MBCR YouTube Video: How to Stay Quiet on a Quiet Car. For those who don’t quite get the concept of how to stay quiet on a quiet car, this how-to PSA should help to avoid any confusion. [UniversalHub.com]

Case of the Mondays? Red Sox Win in 16-Inning Game That Ends Near 2 a.m. The Sox finally put the Tampa Bay Rays to bed with a lone run from Dustin Pedroia. [WTSP.com]


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