Friday, June 17th
Week in Review
The news sure was Boston centric this week with only the Anthony Weiner sideshow getting us off track. Even today’s New York Times prominently features a Boston story, a lengthy look at that awful story about a schizophrenic man in a rehab center killing his 25-year-old caregiver. But of course we’re all focused on the Boston Bruins winning the Stanley Cup and the corruption conviction of former Speaker of the House Sal DiMasi. It all pushed those poor tornado victims off the front pages, who received federal disaster relief this week. Joining us to break down all the week’s news—and give their “thumbs Up, thumbs down” on banning clothes lines, bandwagon fans and more—are former Massachusetts Congressman Peter Blute, Boston.com's Garret Quinn, and Terence Burke from Denterlein.