With Win Over Cowboys, Patriots Are Back On Top of AFC East. Thank goodness. Let’s hope we never find ourselves anywhere but over Buffalo. Ever. Again. [NFL]
No Fall Holidays in Somerville Elementary School? Christopher Columbus annihilated indigenous people, Halloween is for witches, and Thanksgiving marks the pillaging of the Indians; this and more in a memo from principal Anne Foley, who isn’t allowing these holidays in her hallways. We get it. But we have to ask: Are parents now solely responsible for teaching youngsters the sheer magic and absolute thrill of drawing a turkey with the outline of their opposite hand?!? [Stroller Derby]
Contrary To The Headline Frenzy, The Casino Bill Is Not The Only One on the Table. Melissa’s Bill is set to emerge from a joint committee this week, and with it, the possibility that repeat criminal offenders could be stripped of any parole eligibility. Ever. And whether you are for or against it — both sides of the table are well-populated — this one could be more of a life-changer to Massachusetts families than any Casino could ever be. [Patriot Ledger]
Fried Chicken Theory: Did Clubhouse Culture Kill The Red Sox Mojo? Meet Boston’s newest teams: the ‘Stay The Course’ crew and the ‘Blow’em The Hell Up’ folks who want to ditch the entire Sox team and start from square one. [Over the Monster]
If You Think Boloco Is Just a Burrito Joint, Think Again. It’s more like a master of social media and public relations that happens to sell burritos on the side. Really, really tasty ones. [BostInnovation]
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