PM Roundup: 'Bikeable' Boston; A Record Fish; BPD On TV
Other stories circulating around the newsroom this afternoon:
-- Boston has been called "bikeable" by the folks at Walk Score/Bike Score. [Update: Earlier today, Boston was listed as "somewhat bikeable;" Bike Score has updated that label.] [Atlantic Cities] Related:
- A bicyclist beat a driver and a T commuter in a Davis-to-Kendall Rush Hour Race. [BostInno]
-- An in-house printing press is helping sales at the Harvard Book Store. [Forbes]
-- Using three basic measures of success, a contributor writes that Massachusetts is America's best state. [Slate]
-- A record carp — weighing in at 46 pounds — was caught in Shrewsbury. [MetroWest Daily News]
-- Local actor Donnie Wahlberg is bringing the Boston Police Department to television with a docudrama called "Boston Blue." [Boston Herald]
-- The Nieman Journalism Lab examines the Boston Globe's new afternoon sports show.
-- The closing Provincetown High School has held its final junior prom. [Cape Cod Times]
This program aired on May 14, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.