This week I had a chance to chat with NECN’s Mike Giardi on his blog as part of his “Personality Plus” feature at the Cable News Station’s website.

Even though I love computers and they’re how I make my living, sometimes they just don’t cooperate. This is one of those days.

The Celtics tonight have the opportunity to join the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA finals. Game six with the Detroit Pistons is on tap for tonight, and it will be the stiffest test the Celtics have had all season. The Pistons will be desperate, the crowd raucous.  Richard Hamilton is listed a questionable tonight with a strained elbow, but you know he’s going to play. For all the coverage from this morning’s papers, is your best resource for keeping up with everything.

The Red Sox  are in Baltimore this weekend, where Manny Ramirez will try and hit home run number 500. The Sox have had their struggles on the road this season,  and in particular the bullpen has struggled. Those are the subjects of a number of articles that can be found on

The Patriots continued their passing camp yesterday, and Bill Belichick talked a little Celtics with reporters.  Catch up on the offseason activities over on

We’ll have approval ratings at noon, and if Ken Fang can get HIS computer struggles figured out, we’re hoping for some Friday megalink action later in the day.


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