Singer-songwriter and Lexington native Amanda Palmer made quite a scene outside the main branch of the New York Public Library (NYPL) Thursday.
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Well this is heartwarming. Howes Cave, New York resident Eleanor Cunningham celebrated her 100th birthday by skydiving, something my 18-year-old self would never dream of doing, much less my 100-year-old self. More
Notorious Boston-hating gossip rag Gawker published another craven pageview grab thinly disguised as a March Madness-style bracket to determine America’s ugliest accent, and lo and behold, Boston is the number one overall seed. The Manhattan provocateurs have made a living talking smack about our fair city, and the round-by-round tournament updates should provide plenty of additional opportunities for their trademark snark.
Lena Dunham is my hero. Sure, sometimes her Twitter feed surpasses the appropriate level of self-indulgence, and I almost always hate what she’s wearing, but these are not important things in the long run of pop idolatry. I love Lena Dunham because she is nothing but her totally fucked-up, super creative, and unabashedly un-adult self all the time, and her show totally embodies her entire weird personality. This woman will write herself wildly embarrassing (and probably based on real life) roles and scenes, subsequently kick ass acting them out and successful direct her fellow actors. It’s inspiring. She’s a creative genius. Don’t argue with me. Last night, I got a sneak peek at Season 3 of “Girls.” I’ll do my best not to spoil it. More
Every sports honk in the city is sharing their take on the former Red Sox CF’s 7-year, $153 million dollar deal with the Yankees, so why not us? Kevin Paul Dupont from the Boston Globe checked in with his thoughts. We even talked Baseball Hall of Fame and Bruins-Habs. Listen. More