If you're wandering the aisles of your local Market Basket wondering why there's no food, you've come to the right place. This is what the week looked like from the WGBH Newsroom.

• Rupa Shenoy covered the week that was in the Market Basket crisis — from why its protesting employees haven't unionized, to the collateral damage suffered by tenants of Demoulas-owned strip malls where Market Basket's are located, to the workers' contrary response to Gov. Deval Patrick's call for them to return to work.

• Cristina Quinn reported on Gordon College's recent attempt to reconcile science and religion with a weeklong conference to promote science literacy to protestant pastors.

• Over at The Curiosity Desk, Edgar B. Herwick III got to the bottom of why the Boston Public Library is shedding tens of thousands of books.

• And Greater Boston turned its focus on college housing in Boston. James Edwards reported on the city's efforts to crack down on problem landlords, while Adam Reilly reported on Boston's attempt to get colleges to house more students on campus.

That'll do it, see you next week.