It all depends on compensation.
Patriots finish off the deal, of Matt Cassel (with Mike Vrabel) to the Chiefs, according to NFL reports.
The compensation is the thing, folks.
A second rounder, no. 34 overall, is all the Pats got.
A first and a second from the Chiefs would have been nice.
Maybe even a first and a swap of seconds, [...]
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It all depends on compensation.
So theater lovers and all you “Rent” loving fanatics.
Adam Pascal, Anthony Rapp, and Gwen Stewart will reprise the roles they originated on Broadway in “Rent: The Broadway Tour,” which comes to Boston’s Colonial Theatre for a limited two-week engagement July 14 – 26, 2009.
Inspired by Puccini’s “La Boheme,” “Rent” focuses on a community of young [...]
Here is a story that ran in today’s Eagle-Tribune about Stephon Marbury possibly joining the Celtics.
I spoke with ex-Boston College star Billy Curley, now the coach at Thayer Academy, who played with Marbury on the Minnesota T-Wolves.
Ex-teammate says Marbury is worth the gamble
Billy Curley hasn’t been to a Boston Celtics game yet this year. [...]
I would argue with anybody who says bringing on Stephon Marbury for the stretch drive (including playoffs) is not a good decision.
The only way I would agree with the naysayers would be if they could prove he would ruin what the Celtics have going.
With Marbury expected to join the team tomorrow and probably play on [...]
First this happened.
Then this happened.
Don’t miss Andover’s Boutique Blowout Event, Saturday, March 7th and Sunday, March 8th. Blowout prices abound in 15 downtown Andover, Mass., shops. Amazing end of season Final Markdowns!
Saturday hours 10-6
Sunday hours 12-5
Participating stores include Athlete’s Corner, bella beads, CoCo Collection, Cristina’s Bridal & Formal Wear, Dino Furs, dresscode, First Date Boutique, Gigi’s, Helen Thomas, Izzy’s [...]
Ian Thomsen of SI has the scoop.
The Mikki Moore era is about to begin. Alert your local reptile dealer!
This from John Eligon’s great little New York Times feature from 2006.
Growing up in Gaffney, S.C., Moore, a self-professed country boy, used to find snakes in his grandmother’s backyard. When he returned home for the summer while at the University of Nebraska, his [...]
Saturday I got the chance to go to an opening party for the new House of Blues in Boston, just across the street from Fenway Park.
The Blues Brothers, aka Jim Belushi and John Aykroyd, were there. The performance was amazing, especially their rendition of the Boston classic “Dirty Water.”
They were joined on stage by James [...]
Movie reviewer Greg Vellante and I will be blogging about the Oscars starting at 6 p.m.
Feel free to join in below.
The 2009 Academy Awards
Our movie reviewer, Greg Vellante and I, will be talking Oscars on Sunday, from 6 p.m. on. We’ll be doing a live blog here at Pop! Be sure to stop by and check it out.
If I didn’t already have eight things to do on Saturday, I would totally be at this Animal Planet TV show casting call with my little dog Wembley.
Here are the details:
OPEN CALL FOR ANIMAL PLANET SHOW!
Saturday, February 21st, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Boston Casting
Boston Casting is looking for dog owners!
Train Your Pet to [...]
That incredulous looking point guard is headed to the Kings for a second-round pick.
On a completely unrelated note, everybody should check out Michael Lewis’ New York Times Magazine story about Shane Battier, the Houston Rockets and statistical analysis in the NBA. It’s been making the rounds on the Internet over the past few days. While [...]
This one is just for the girls.
Kiehl’s is having an in-store shave contest, in celebration of the relaunch of “Close Shaverettes” Simply Mahvelous Legs Shave Cream.
The contest is going on right now in our stores on Newbury St. (Boston), and in the Burlington Mall.
The contest involves Svetlana Pankratova, who holds the world record for [...]
First the above happened. Then Boston College beat Duke. I was lucky enough to be in attendance at Conte Forum Sunday.
While I understand the blather about Boston being a PRO SPORTS TOWN, the place was rocking. Whether that atmosphere can be recreated is unclear, but the Eagles join fellow ACC school Wake Forest as the [...]
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