MFA Kicks Off Mario Testino Exhibits With Star-Studded Event

MFA Kicks Off Mario Testino Exhibits With Star-Studded Event. Anna Wintour, Hamish Bowles, Gisele, and Karlie Kloss all made it out to the MFA on Wednesday night to celebrate the photographer’s first showcase in the United States.  The two exhibits—one of portraits and another of British royals—opens to the public on Sunday.  [Styleite]

You May Be Caught Up in Obama-Romney or Brown-Warren, But … It’s more than a year (and another election day) away, but the Herald continues to percolate the speculation on whether Menino will seek an unprecedented sixth term and who might or might not run. “I think there is going to be someone who will run who will be a very serious challenge,” Greg Selkoe, who took himself , told the Herald. “I think there’s definitely real Menino fatigue out there. … It would be really sad for Boston if there wasn’t at least a race.”  [Herald]

Would You Rather Your Neighbors’ House Be An Enormous Billboard, or See Them Evicted? The marketing firm Brainiacs from Mars (which actually is from California, but close enough, right?) is planning to come to Massachusetts and offer homeowners in need of cash an interesting proposition: To turn their homes into bright, eye-catching advertisements, and they’ll cover the mortgage payment, no questions asked.  [Globe]

How the Kennedy Card Is Played in Massachusetts. Slate‘s David Wiegel points out the ways that Sean Bielat invokes the Kennedy legacy on the campaign trail. Interestingly, he reports that when he visited Massachusetts to cover the Kennedy-Bielat race, he waited in line for time behind the New York Times magazine and Buzzfeed.  [Slate]

Women Spend More Time in the Binder AND the Kitchen. Working women spent more than twice as long as working men—35 minutes compared to 15 minutes a day—cooking and cleaning up, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ American Time Use Survey.  [WBUR]