We published a lot of stories this week, but here are five we picked for your weekend reading:
• With a 10-year fight to keep some area Catholic churches open appearing to end this week, Edgar B. Herwick III explained how to sell a Catholic church.
• Following the Supreme Court striking down the Massachusetts buffer zone law, Greater Boston examined why free speech trumped the right to avoid harrassment in the decision.
• Adam Reilly talked to the disruptors and the disrupted in the restaurants vs. food trucks fight.
• Dan Kennedy analyzed the sale of Fox 25 to Cox Communications, wondering whether the it signaled Rupert Murdoch's impending purchase of The Boston Herald — for the second time.
• And NPR's Dina Temple-Raston tried to figure out the cost of carrying out a terror attack, and found it's a lot less than you'd think.