Since you're trying your best to check out and start the oncoming three-day weekend, we thought we'd force you to relive the work week — from the perspective of the WGBH Newsroom.

• Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone issued an executive order banning Somerville police from arresting undocumented immigrants simply for being undocumented — and explained the move on Boston Public Radio and argued its merits against critic and Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson on Greater Boston.

• Innovation reporter Cristina Quinn subjected herself to a blowout as she examined the rise of super-niche businesses, and reported on an MIT breakthrough that could lead to streaming Netflix on the moon.

• Free speech advocates Harvey Silverglate and Juliana Devries argued that the right to counsel is dwindling in the U.S. across the board, not just for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

• Gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker and former Boston mayor Tom Menino both made appearances on Greater Boston.

• Journalist Glenn Greenwald, who won a Pulitzer for his work reporting Edward Snowden's NSA leaks, spoke in Cambridge, and The Forum Network was there to record it in non-surreptitious fashion.

• Dan Kennedy wrote about The Boston Globe's disclosure policy regarding the paper's coverage of owner John Henry's other business interests, such as the Red Sox, and rounded up coverage of Henry's sale of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette to out-of-town owners.

Have a good long weekend — see you Monday.