Which Massachusetts Towns Have the Most Millionaires? There are lots of ways to find where the most millionaires in Massachusetts live, but one thing’s for sure: just look west. “Based on state tax data on millionaire filers in 2010, towns such as Weston, Wellesley, Newton and Concord consistently rank high among the wealthiest communities in the Bay State, regardless of how the numbers are crunched,” writes the BBJ. They also put together a searchable tool that lets you search for millionaires by city/town or county. [Boston Business Journal]
Former Gov. William Weld to Endorse Scott Brown. Weld is scheduled to appear at Brown’s campaign headquarters in Southie on Friday. His endorsement comes a day after Boston’s black clergy leaders endorse Elizabeth Warren. [AP]
Deval Patrick Calls Brown a ‘Bay State Birther.’ He name-called Brown for turning Warren’s heritage into a major campaign issue during an “On the Record” appearance on Thursday. [WCVB]
Matthew Broderick As Mitt Romney on David Letterman. Broderick/Romney makes a stop by the Late Show on Thursday night to talk about his debate performance. “I went out and hired some Jewish fellas to write me some real killer zingers,” he says. [YouTube]
Someone Created a Change.org Petition Against the Removal of Mural Depicting Barack Obama as Jimi Hendrix. The mural is located in an alley near Hancock Street in Quincy. [Change.org]
American Airlines Finds the Culprit for Why Its Seats Were Falling Off. American Airlines officials say that spilled soda, poor design, and wear to the hardware are what caused a row of seats to come loose mid-flight on at least three of their Boeing 757s in less than a week. Yet another reason why soda is bad for your health. [WCVB]
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