Watch: Time-Lapses of Yesterday's Storms from Six Vantage Points


Watch: Time-Lapses of Yesterday’s Storms from Six Vantage Points. For anyone else who’s into time-lapse anythings, you’ll be glad Chris Devers is up to his scheming and has webcam footage of yesterday’s storms. Favorite: Boston Harbor:

(h/t Universal Hub) [Flickr]

MFA Hosts Online Contest, Features Works in Gallery. There’s a first time for everything, and in the MFA’s case, it’s the first time the museum is featuring works from an online contest in its halls. For “Grandstand to Gallery,” 700 people submitted photos of Fenway Park, and six winners were selected for display at the MFA (and over the video board at last night’s Sox game). Get a sneak peek of “Pretzel Boy” by Lora Brody, of Waltham, and try not to rush to see the rest.  [WBUR]

Washington D.C. Discovers Boloco And Likes It. Boloco is setting up shop at three D.C. locations, and the first shop in Bethesda opens to customers tomorrow. One critic’s biggest surprise? That burritos come in sizes smaller than your whole face. [Washington Post]

Linda Pizzuti Henry Pregnant? If the reports/rumors are true, congrats to the Mr. and Mrs. on baby No. 2.  [Herald]

Exactly How Stupid Are the Knicks for Letting Jeremy Lin Leave?Slate executive editor Josh Levin hands it to the Knicks for their stupidity in letting former Harvard bball player Jeremy Lin head to Houston. “The Knicks prove that no matter how much the league tries to help its least-competent franchises, stupidity always finds a way,” he writes. “New York was smart to pull Lin off the scrap heap, but it took James Dolan’s franchise just a few steps to transform good fortune into the morale-killing eviction of the player who’d revitalized a long-moribund team.” At least we can look at the bright side: New York’s loss is our benefit. [Slate]