Daily Feed: Tom Brady and Gisele's L.A. Mansion Almost Complete

Tom Brady and Gisele’s L.A. Mansion Almost Complete. The 22,000-square-foot, $20 million, eight bedroom palazzo with a six-car garage and a covered bridge (yes, a freaking covered bridge) is expected to be move-in ready just after the new year. Meanwhile, the rest of us will bring in 2012 with pork, sauerkraut, and a 1 p.m. kickoff vs. Buffalo from the extreme comfort and incredible luxury of a La-Z-Boy. [Daily Mail]

Creative Problem Solving: MBTA to Put Ads to Charlie Cards. Booking progress for solutions that will rid the MBTA of its projected $161 million budget deficit in 2012. [Biz Journals]

Globe Not on the NYT Co.’s Hit List. But: “If somebody makes a decent offer for the Globe, I promise you they’re going to sell it,” said James Boyce, founder of the Boston-based Common Sense New Media Strategies. The New York Times Co. already plans to sell its Regional Media Group, which includes 14 daily and two weekly newspapers in the U.S. [Herald]

Cathedral High Football Team Lunches with Menino Today. Special guests include former Patriot Tedy Bruschi, as well as Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine and owner Larry Lucchino, who, no doubt, have a bit of pointing to the sky of their own to do. [Fox]

Boston Public Market To Open in Fall 2012 or Spring 2013. Including all the charisma and charm of your favorite Haymarket vendors, but indoors! [WBUR]