Mr. Spaghetti was a very bad dog, often pooping inside and on his owner’s son’s toys. He would also bark at the Dominos delivery boy who was only trying to do his F***ing job. Mr. Spaghetti is not missing. Mr. Spaghetti is dead.
- Rusty-ass meat cleaver
- Wrist rocket
- Getting tased
- That kinda curvy one on the left with the short handle
Footage from TMZ appears to show Philadelphia 76ers rookie Jahlil Okafor involved in a skirmish on the streets of Boston late last night.
The news that Boston no longer wants to host the 2024 Summer Olympics isn’t really a shock. Few cities these days do. But the Olympics don’t have to be bad for the host city—and done right, they can actually benefit it. Nowhere is that clearer than Los Angeles, the new frontrunner for 2024. The Olympics would be good…
Boston mayor Marty Walsh essentially torpedoed the city’s bid for hosting the 2024 Olympics today, believing that agreeing to the United States Olympic Committee’s terms could put the city under financial strain.
Aaron Hernandez’s fiancée, Shayanna Jenkins, was back in court today so that perjury charges that had previously been brought against her by prosecutors could be dismissed. Jenkins was originally charged with perjury following her grand jury testimony, but was later promised immunity in exchange for taking the stand…
A Bolt Bus caught fire on the Mass Pike this afternoon and exploded while commuters sped past in adjacent lanes in an incident that, TV reports say, resulted in no injuries but some pretty amazing television. New England Cable News caught the whole thing live:
Nobody has ever Boston sports fan’d harder than these Celtics bros whooping, hollering, heckling, and bird-flippin’ after the Cavaliers went up 3-0 in the series with a 103-95 win. Sully, Knucklefuckle, and Phart are really enjoying themselves here in this video.
In 1872, 12-year-old Jesse Pomeroy was briefly sent to reform school after brutally attacking several children. After his release, “the Boy Fiend” progressed to murder. A new book takes a look at this unusual case, one of the first to bring the insanity defense — and all its complications — into the public eye.
Did you see that some of the Gawker Media rabble are trying to unionize? I have mixed thoughts on this. On the one hand, sure, good, look out for the working man. But then again, they’re fucking bloggers. This is a very, very soft gig, so maybe tone down the coal-miner act? But I admit my thoughts aren’t fully formed,…
Yes, there is still snow in Boston. Black, disgusting, humps of snow, melting and composting in the massive “snow farms” that formed the dumping grounds during the city’s record-setting winter. This dude skied one just last week.
As soon as the jury found Aaron Hernandez guilty of murder this morning, I braced for all the bad ideas that were going to be written down. I even invented imaginary takes: the announcement of the Bruins firing their GM came about 15 minutes later, for instance—surely someone would make an ill-advised attempt to tie…
You know how the adage that you should always "just be yourself" is nothing but soft-headed, recklessly empowering drivel unless all concerned parties understand the unspoken addendum of "I mean, unless you're a dick—in that case, be someone else"? The blogatorial version is that one ought to "write what you know,"…
It may never, ever stop snowing in Boston, where they've run out of places to dump it, and two more storms appear on the way over the next week. To illustrate the record-breaking snowfall this winter, the front page of today's Globe put it in terms every Bostonian can understand—slightly under one full Patrice…
Here's something fun to consider: Does Bill Simmons fancy himself as the LeBron James of Boston? According to a source, the Grantland honcho, who has lived in Los Angeles since 2002, was telling friends over dinner last night that he's "toying" with the idea of moving back to his hometown.
The Patriots are parading through Boston today, and walking beer pong tournament Rob Gronkowski is enjoying the festivities by wearing a children's hat and inefficiently putting beer in his mouth.
After a short night of restless sleep, it appears that forecasters are still predicting the end of the world in the Northeast this evening. If you haven't panicked yet, you have several hours to do so before it's too late. Hug your children. Hoard booze. This is not a drill. Here's what you need to know to make it…
Nobody who lives in Boston actually wants the city to win its bid for the 2024 Olympic games. And yet, in a joinder agreement between the city and the United States Olympic Committee, mayor Marty Walsh has signed a contract that forbids city employees from speaking negatively about the big, the IOC, or the Olympic…