weekend approaches, it's time to stop questioning if Sarah Palin
could be America's first “reality show president” (whatever that
means), and to gather up the family for a viewing of her wholesome
TLC debut. From what we've seen so far, there are big surprises in
store for anyone who crowned Nucky Thompson the most avaricious
politician in the 9pm Sunday time slot.
Two years after Ken Tremendous shut down the site dedicated to the cause, the Times reports that ESPN has fired Joe Morgan. Or "declined to renew [his] contract," according to the Times. Jon Miller's destination is still unclear, though the network has decided to move on from the team for the Sunday night baseball broadcasts.
You rushed to his support when NBC yanked the Tonight Show gig out from under him. You followed his Twitter feed. You packed sold-out venues across the country to watch him recycle a few bits from Late Night and sing a straightforward rendition of "The Weight" (or so I heard; I wasn't there or anything).
Welcome to "Meet the Mayor," a segment in which we interview local Foursquare Mayors in their natural habitats.
JP Comics & GamesDavid Levy
So your mayorship is basically up for grabs?I took a new job this year, so I have less disposable
income than I used to. About two months ago, I stopped buying comics.
wake of Jon Stewart's Rally to Restore Sanity, everyone has pretty
much agreed that nobody agrees on what the fuck happened in
Washington. Most media outlets myopically reviewed the spectacle as
if it were a concert, and from within the confines of both literal
and figurative press corrals.
At the same time, tens of thousands of
attendees who played the crowd continue to share pics, memories, and
viruses they picked up in the Halloween jungle.
Travel Channel host Adam Richman
"For Billy Ruane"
| Memorial exhibit; the public is invited to contribute art and memories |
Fourth Wall Project, 132 Brookline
Ave, Boston |
Through November 18 | fourthwallproject.com
Dennis Lehane | Moonlight Mile discussion |
Boston Public Library, Copley
Square, Boston |
November 4 @ 6 pm | bpl.
Today's a big day for New York gubernatorial candidate Jimmy McMillan.
Well, yea, there's that whole election thing going on, but it's doubtful
that even Jimmy himself honestly believes he'll take this one. (Although, to be
fair, the rent in the Big Apple is, indeed, too damn high. Man's got a
valid, if not-so-eloquently-articulated point.
Are you a chef that misses the days of quasi abusive lunch money handovers on the elementary school playground, of mom giving you a good yell after she found your poorly hidden Playboys, of your first serious girlfriend not being ‘totally cool' with that new thing you wanted to try in bed? Are your eggs not the only things that need a forceful beating? All you masochistic Bostonians who know your way around a kitchen (or a therapist's office), listen up!
Public transportation is a dirty endeavour. Convenience and positive environmental impact aside, once that bell sounds and the subway doors slide shut, you and your fellow passengers are temporarily encased in a hurtling Petri dish of microbial nightmares. Not a very romantic situation, but the intrepid researchers at Craigslist have taken up the task of empirically analyzing just how romantic a subway ride can get.