A pawnbroker dumped 900 pounds of Butterfingers candy bars in Copley Square today to commemorate Wes Welker's performance in the Super Bowl. The CEO claims he loves to talk to people; you can let him know what you think at 720-320-7777.
UPDATE: The mayor's office... Read more
OMG, Matt Light and Gronk went to a party after the Super Bowl! Clutch those pearls closer to your chest, Mabel! Or as David Robichaud asks, as he wipes away a tear:
What do you think about this? Should they have been celebrating after a crushing defeat?
Jay Fitzgerald says cut Gisele some slack:
[S]he was fundamentally right about bemoaning the dropped passes. Don't forget that.
Harvey Leonard (yes, that Harvey Leonard) tweets:
Our younger daughter is married & lives in NY. Her husband is a Giants fan, but she is on her way here to root for Pats.
Boston Police say anybody not ensconced in a bar in those areas by the time Madonna starts to sing on Sunday will be turned away from the area. And people who are in a bar who leave after she starts belting it out will be escorted out of the area.
In its listing of Important Super Bowl Safety Tips for Patriots Fans Looking to... Read more
Henry Santoro notes:
If he practices today, we win Sunday's game by six points. If he doesn't practice...let's not think about it.
UPDATE: Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis says memo is misleading; people can't be arrested just for being outside; a Northeastern official agrees. More in the comments.
Residents of at least a couple of Northeastern dorms got a warning tonight from college Residential Life: Don't even think about going outside during or after the Super Bowl:
The anxiety around the city - stay inside! When Boston... Read more
Onto the Super Bowl. Think Buckner will be calling Cundiff?
UPDATE: Of course they'll be facing the Giants. As Garrett Quinn tweets: "Two weeks of Boston vs New York hype. You're welcome, America."
Otherwise the Paul Revere statute in the North End is going to have to wear a Tebow jersey for a day.
Owen Strachan, a theology professor who admits to following the Patriots since the days when "Drew Bledsoe was completing cannon-like passes to more sideline coaches than receivers," struggles with the issue of whether God's hand is guiding Tebow's arm and what happens if the Patriots repeat their earlier stomping of Denver (Ed. note: Wouldn't it be something if the Pats won 66-6?), concludes that... Read more