The concoction has less to do with pigskins or gridirons than with making a cocktail using coconut water.
Joseph O'Brien 4 p.m., March 29
Financially ailing watchdog Utility Consumers' Action Network (UCAN) has laid off two employees because of a paucity of funds, according to an outsider who is very close to the organization. There are now only three employees plus the new executive director, Kim Malcolm, who was brought in to replace co-founder Michael Shames. Both of the whistleblowers, Charles Langley and David Peffer, remain on the payroll. There is still no fully audited report of where the money went. The U.S. attorney's office is still looking into UCAN's prior financing.