On the one hand, the Globe of the Midwest runs a sweet story about how Chicagoans and Bostonians are really more family members than people who have an innate hatred for each other - we're both have guys in tuxedos starting our hockey games, we both have waterfronts, we both have lots of rich people who give money to charity (really). The story features... Read more
To lighten up the political discussion here in Boston, with the most popular athlete in the world coming to understudy Tom Brady as the future Quarterback of our New England Patriots, I ask all those who participate on UniversalHub.com to give their answer on whether they believe that Tim Tebow is the second coming of Steve Young? Please answer any way you like.... Read more
Don't be knuckleheads, Ed Davis tells fans getting ready to throng the Garden tonight.
I ask that you celebrate a win or loss with the pride and class that our team and our city deserves.
Davis has a special word for any college students left in town: Act up, and your school will have a word with you.... Read more
If you're at work, put your ear buds in first before watching this call from Presidents Rock Club in Quincy.
The BAA is inviting 5,633 runners who were unable to cross the finish line at this year's marathon back to run in the 2014 Boston Marathon next year.
In a press release today, they listed the eligibility as having at least crossed the half-marathon checkpoint when the race was stopped at 2:50 PM. They do not yet know what the total size of next... Read more
Big Papi is selling memorial bats with net proceeds going to the One Fund. The blue bats feature the phrase "This is our f-ing city" (yes, written just like that).
I was photographing the scene at Heartbreak Hill for Running Times and later moved downtown. I photographed runners a half mile from the finish line for the last 25 minutes before the explosions went off. I decided to put them into a video as a tribute to all of them. (Pretty good song, too). If you know anyone who was at or close to the... Read more