Kalman: Signing Kevan Miller Was Wrong Move At Wrong Time For BruinsKevan Miller signed a four-year contract worth $10 million with the Bruins on Tuesday and will count against the cap at $2.50 million per season.
Kalman: Bruins' New Assistants Specialize In Grooming Youth, Constructive CriticismIt’s time for new voices on the Bruins’ bench, but voices that are still familiar and will convey a similar message to the ones they’re replacing.
Robb: Danny Ainge, Celtics Still Have Options Despite Offseason RhetoricThe offseason hasn't even started yet, and many roads for the Celtics to continue their rebuild appear to be blocked. But it's not time to panic yet.
Jay Talking Travel: Greece Episode Two - The Water TaxiIf punctuality is a big deal for you, then the water taxi may not be your best bet, but due to a ferry strike, it was my only bet.
Socci's Notebook: Kevin Faulk -- The People's Choice For Patriots Hall Of FameBob Socci looks back at Kevin Faulk's unbelievable career with the New England Patriots.
Ask Eric: What Created This Colorful Show Over Boston?Many looked up and saw a strange sight in the sky over the Boston area. What causes these bright colors without any rain around?
Jay Talking: Everybody Needs A Goal. What Is Yours?Bradley Jay asks passers-by to share their goals.
Jay Talking Travel: Greece By ScooterI figured out a way to hold my iPhone in my teeth while driving a scooter in Greece so you can see the Greek countryside and seashore.
Frost Free? Not Quite Yet.It's been a fantastic stretch of warm weather, but a sharp cold shot is en route to New England this weekend. Anyone planning on some gardening should keep an eye on potential frost ahead.
Jay Talking: Close CallsBradley Jay is on the street asking folks to share theirs "close call" stories.
Sunshine, Warmer Temps Return After Mother's DayWarmer temperatures are on the horizon after a week of mostly wet weather.
Robb: Brad Stevens Goes To Bat For Former Pacers Coach Frank VogelFor two coaches that have never worked together directly, Brad Stevens and Frank Vogel have some deep roots.