PM Roundup: Boston Breaks Temp. Record; BU Bees Find New Home

Other stories (and links) circulating around the newsroom this afternoon:

-- Just after 3 p.m. today, Boston hit 96 degrees and broke a record for June 21 that was set in 1949. [Harvey Leonard, WCVB-TV]

-- Some startups are reportedly spurning Boston's new Innovation District as rents there rise. [Boston Business Journal]

-- The U.S. Olympic Committee has apologized to a Boston-based social network of knitters, after it sent the site a cease and desist letter for holding its own sort-of Olympic games. [NPR Two-Way Blog]

-- The bees that descended on Boston University's commencement ceremony have found a new home on campus. [BU Today]

-- Newly released data shows that Boston ranks No. 7 among metropolitan regions with the most naturalized citizens in 2011. [Atlantic Cities]

-- The Celtics have taken over the basketball operations of the NBA Development League's Maine Red Claws. [Associated Press, via Boston Herald]

This program aired on June 21, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.


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