People Are Bidding On Curt Schilling’s Bloody Sock

People Are Bidding On Curt Schilling’s Bloody Sock. Heritage Auctions thinks it will go for at least $100,000, and bidding started at $25,000.  []

Why The North Atlantic Cod Cut-Backs May Not Impact People Who Eat Cod. The AP talks with some of the New England fisherman who will be pretty much devastated, even if temporarily, by the cuts, which start in May—while pointing out that non-anglers who consume cod will probably not notice much of a change. Just 9 percent of seafood consumed in the United States is domestically caught, and in New England, locally caught cod makes up about 12 percent of all cod eaten, according to estimates from the federal government and the Gulf of Maine Research Institute. The rest is imported, with much of the imported cod caught in Norway and cut in China, according to the AP.  [AP]

Here’s Something That Took a Beating from Nemo: Dunes on the Cape. The February 8-9 storm left enormous gaps in the dunes at Town Neck Beach. “My eyes filled up … I had to walk around and take the pictures because it was so dramatic and so heartbreaking,” Paul “the Paul Revere of beach erosion” Schrader, of Sandwich, told the Cape Cod Times.  [Cape Cod Times]

Massachusetts May Get Its Very Own Rock Song. We already have a folk song and a polka. Last week, state Rep. Marty Walsh filed a bill to make the Modern Lovers’ “Roadrunner” our official rock anthem.  [Rolling Stone]

Two Things About the Boston Globe. First, in an interview with Poynter, Brian McGrory says that the newsroom is going to “untangle” and, which “… will involve some pretty strong maneuvers here. We’re going to start removing our in-depth Globe journalism from, which is not a small move.” And second, It’s Good to Live in a Two-Daily Town points out the little bits of poetry shining through the newspaper’s headlines.  [Poynter | Two-Daily Town]

U-Hauls: Great for Hauling, Not So Much for Making a Getaway. That’s the lesson learned by two 27-year-olds trying to flee after allegedly stealing $5,000 of metal from the Marina Yard.  [BPD]