Tag Archives: Boston marathon 2013
Last week brought us the two geniuses who dressed as George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin.
Believe it or not, some people aren’t totally OK with this.
Today in WAY TOO SOON comes the news that the screenwriters responsible for The Fighter have already picked up the feature film rights to Boston Strong,
We now (kind of) know what motivated Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to bomb the Boston Marathon one month ago: "Muslim retribution" for U.S. involvement in Afghanistan
This should give your chills chills. Before last night's Bruins-Maple Leafs game—a 4-2 Toronto win, but we're not worried about that now—the TD Garden went
Zubeidat Tsarnaeva is in denial and harbors disbelief that her sons had anything to do with the bombings in Boston. Like, say, every other parent
The best thing you'll read on the Internet today is the Boston Globe's harrowing account of the man, codenamed "Danny," who was carjacked last
The mother of the two Boston Marathon bombing suspects won’t be purchasing an American flag tank or rooting for the next incarnation of the Dream
It's been over a week since the marathon bombings. Nike, finally, has pulled the below t-shirt, which you could find in outlet stores and
Crazy and chilling report by CNN from the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, where Boston bombing suspect Dzhokar Tsarnaev attended college. On Friday we posted about
Last night, 19-year-old Dzhokar Tsarnaev, co-perpetrator of Monday's Boston Marathon bombing, was taken into custody alive. His capture prompted impromptu celebrations across the city—a crowd
They got him. It's over.
As of this writing, a person believed to be the Boston Marathon bombing suspect is pinned by SWAT Teams and authorities in a boat in
It’s been a terrible, no good, very bad week. Fox News’ Megyn Kelly reading Eminem lyrics from Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s Twitter account was a tiny silver
Ruslan Tsarni, the uncle of the two Boston Marathon bombing suspects, just gave a remarkable interview with press congregated outside his Maryland home. He didn’t
Oh boy. This guy probably wishes he had a do-over.
The Twitter handle @j_tsar is owned by 19-year-old Boston terror suspect Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, according to a classmate of the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth student.
Remember this the next time someone says shit like this bonds us all together as Americans.
Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the man shot dead by police in connection with the horrific Boston Marathon bombings, appears to have a rather active presence
One suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings is dead and the other is the subject of a massive and focused manhunt early this morning as
The FBI just wrapped up a brief news conference at the Sheraton Hotel in Boston announcing its two suspects in Monday's marathon bombing. The Feds
Two days after the unthinkable happened, Boston sports fans gathered together for a Bruins game. Emotions were understandably high as a million different emotions converged.
Over 2000 FBI agents have analyzed photos and tips to find the person responsible for the Boston Marathon bombing. According to the AP, a suspect has
You’ll never find two fan bases that despise each other like the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox. But last night, the rivalry was
Bomb scares have, not surprisingly, affected a nation on high alert today. My alma mater, Duke, was unfortunately the scene to one at the
There were hundreds of heroes in the dark hours after yesterday's Boston Marathon bombing. First responders, police officers, EMTs, doctors, nurses, bystanders. All deserve to
The scope of yesterday’s tragedy in Boston continues to become clearer. Three people, including an eight-year-old boy, are dead and 145 are injured. Authorities are
Bill Iffrig is the 78-year-old runner pictured in this now iconic photo by Boston Globe photographer John Tlumacki. He was knocked over by the
Today is a terrible day. A tragic day. BroBible's day-to-day programming of frat news, fart jokes, and general locker room humor just feels inappropriate and
Two explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon injured spectators and runners alike, turning a joyous scene into a nightmare. Images from the
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library—located on the tip of the UMass-Boston campus—was the scene of a third explosion about 40 minutes ago, confirmed Boston