“When a Rock God breaks a leg, he finishes the show,” reads the website. “When mortals sign his cast, they do it with the Internet.”
Heidi Watney had a viral video going around of her having trouble getting through an MLB report. The reason was said on air but she didn’t like how we promoted it. Take a listen to how it all went down.
Comedy Central’s ‘@midnight’ is turning band names into sandwiches. Combining music and food…naturally, we’re going to contribute.
Twitter likes to have fun with hashtags. One of Twitter’s favorite pastimes is taking a popular subject and putting a funny twist on it – which gave birth Monday to #Unpopular80sBands. Here are the best tweets of the day.
When a legendary sci-fi hero survives a catastrophic event, the creativity of fanboys and fangals on Twitter ignites.
Malcolm Butler’s game-winning interception will go down as one of the greatest plays in Super Bowl history. But because of Pete Carroll’s play-call it will also be one of the most controversial. Here are the best reactions from Boston-area fans to the play everyone is talking about.
It was an interesting year for Super Bowl commercials this year – one ad that has everyone talking the morning after is for Nationwide insurance. If Nationwide wanted to bring the mood way down during the game, they may have succeeded.
While many Massachusetts residents are holed up in their houses riding out the storm, a handful of others have taken to social media to document the Blizzard of 2015 as best they can.
The legend has been debunked. The Boston yeti lives.
Who is Paul McCartney? According to these conspiracy theorists, he doesn’t even exist.