The Susan G. Komen Foundation, the non-profit with a penchant for painting everything pink in the name of breast cancer awareness, has picked an interesting partner for its latest magenta-saturated partnership: Baker Hughes, one of the largest fracking companies in the world.
Garage rock quintet The Hives may have gone a bit too far last night during the band’s set opening for Pink at TD Garden. CBS Local reports that the Swedish group, best known for its 2000 hit “Hate To Say I Told You So,” dedicated a song to the city that endured the Marathon bombings in April, saying, “This song’s for everyone in Boston. It’s about stuff blowing up. It’s called ‘Tick, Tick, Boom.'” More
Every October, New England Patriots fans see Tom Brady take the field in pink cleats. Rob Gronkowski and other Pats dry their hands with pink towels. Gillette Stadium is just one of 32 stadiums across the NFL that has a significant pink presence during the month as part of its “A Crucial Catch” campaign, in conjunction with The American Cancer Society. With all of this pink gear and team shops pushing the sale of these items, you’d think more money would be going towards fighting breast cancer. Unfortunately, it’s not. More