Boston boasts one of the country’s largest sports markets, due in large part to the tireless efforts of our local media. These five members of the Hub’s sports press are those with the best faces for radio… 5. Brian Scalabrine Never has there been a taller dude with a Napoleon complex. Don’t be fooled by […]Read more "The Five Goofiest Looking Members of the Boston Sports Media"
I find it extremely tough to hate Ray Allen. I really do. He is the true symbol of the oft-cited yet rarely actualized “consummate professional athlete.” In a league with players now known just as much for their general spoiled brat-edness as their thuggery, Ray has been a beacon. Unlike many highlighted by Jeff Van Gundy in […]Read more "Fare Thee Well, Ray. You Bastard."
I am not a food elitist. Nay, my tongue is the prototypical plebeian populist. If he ran for office he would ride a wave a popular support that would make Obama circa 2008 jealous. You would want to have a beer with him. You’d want him to kiss your baby. Then like his Democract populist […]Read more "Top Five Menu Items in Dunkin’ Donuts History"
For as much alcohol as we supposedly consume in this city, we sure make it hard on ourselves to do so. No Happy Hours. Bars close at 2. Scant open liquor stores on Sundays. I guess it goes back to the ancient Protestant value which still permeates through our waters- if you’re going to have […]Read more "Top Five Worst Lines in Boston"