|01.31.13 at 8:16 am ET|
According to this new Volkswagen ad, driving one of their cars can turn you into a laid-back Jamaican. I don’t know about the validity of the implication, but regardless, some are speaking out calling the ad racist, some say it’s fine and kind of funny. Time to judge for yourself.
|01.30.13 at 7:04 am ET|
The greatest mystery to rock New England in at least 12 hours … what exactly was the food object that disrupted Tyler Seguin’s shootout attempt? And who the hell threw it? Thanks to youtube, we may be a little closer to the truth. Jump ahead to 1:34 for the incriminating evidence.
They say it’s a JJ Sausage. Yay or nay?
|01.29.13 at 6:16 am ET|
Autotune lives! If you’ve found yourself sick of these in the past, I urge you to open yourself back up. Sure, Manti’s the star here, but Katie Couric adds something special to the chorus. Also, stick around until the end for a rap break from Manti’s dad and a guest appearance from Blast Master Roker.
|01.28.13 at 3:24 pm ET|
It’s been a cold January (even by New England standards), but before you know it, spring will rolling into town – as will the start of the Revolution’s 2013 MLS campaign.
But before the Revs take the pitch for their home opener on March 23rd against Sporting KC, the team must round out its 2013 Rev Girl squad.
Ten local women have made it to the final round of the Rev Girl Boston auditions – held from 9:00-11:00PM this Thursday (1/31) at Game On! Boston – where four will be selected by guest celebrity judges to join returning members on the Revolution’s promotional team.
The Rev Girls serve as the Revolution’s official promotional team, making appearances throughout the year at home games, community and charity events, photo shoots and other promotional events.
Some of the judges helping to select this year’s Rev Girls team include NESN reporter Jenny Dell, Boston’s own boxing champ Danny O’Connor, Boston Globe, Boston Phoenix & Slate.com contributor Luke O’Neil and Revolution defender Kevin Alston.
The auditions will be made up of three competition rounds, including Revolution trivia, a Q&A session about each finalist, and crowd giveaways to judge fan-interaction skills.
|01.28.13 at 11:07 am ET|
Whether you watched it or not, the Pro Bowl took place yesterday in Hawaii. Someone won, someone lost, it’s not really that important. No one really cares about the Pro Bowl because it’s boring, inconsequential and lacking in violence and intensity. While that can certainly be said about the game on the field, it turns out the action in the stands is another story entirely.
Seriously, how does this happen?
Does guy number 1 say, “NFC is the bomb! AFC blows!”
Does guy number 2 come back with, “No way dude, I bleed red, white and the assorted colors of the AFC helmets!”
It doesn’t seem likely, but clearly something set these folks off.
- Aaron Eriskin on Sizing up the competition
- Tim on Mrs. Football vs. Miss Alabama
- gibby on Mrs. Football vs. Miss Alabama
- Kevin Miller on Mrs. Football vs. Miss Alabama
- Captain on Mrs. Football vs. Miss Alabama
- Har in Vancouver on DJ Steve Porter ‘Can’t Wait’
- SeamusNH on Happy couple caught in the act
- Michael Terzakis on snyderyacht
- Lollipop on The Lovely Donna Simpson…Smokin!
- RICK ALLEN on The Red Sox new theme song!