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Sharp Page One piece in yesterday’s Boston Sunday Globe about Jonathan Goldsmith, the Vermont actor who plays The Most Interesting Man in the World in Dos Equis commercials. The hardworking staff does always read local front pages, and … Continue reading
From our Scratch Your Head desk This correction ran in Wednesday’s Boston Globe: Huh? So the hardclicking staff went back to the original Globe piece and found this: Also being featured in Christie’s Jan. 24 sale is “Favorites From the … Continue reading
This is really impressive: Tuesday’s Boston Globe managed to correct and promote the paper in one swell foop. Man, that’s sweet. UPDATE: Wait – should that be Bumblebrag? We’re confused.
Well the Missus and I trundled down to the theater district last night to catch the New York Theatre Workshop production of Once, and say, it was swell. Even though we sat in the nosebleed section of the banged-out Opera … Continue reading
The Boston Sunday Globe featured this full-page ad on A12 yesterday. Two things, for starters: 1) The whole Time Dealer of the Year Awards looks suspiciously like a pay-for-play scheme. 2) There is no this: At least not outside the … Continue reading
This defies the natural order of things, but hey . . . Friday’s Boston Globe, Page One: Friday’s Boston Herald, page 16 . . . Read the rest at It’s Good to Live in a Two-Daily Town.
It’s never good when Boston compares itself to major-league cities, especially in the rapid-transit category. But here comes the Boston Globe’s Derrick Jackson bragging on the MBTA’s planned Night Owl experiment in his op-ed column yesterday. The T’s chance to … Continue reading
The past seven days have provided us with a Pulitzerpalooza that includes the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Boston Globe. Start with the leader in the clubhouse: Andrea Elliott’s Invisible Child, the Times five-part series chronicling the … Continue reading
From Thursday’s Boston Globe: The stately local broadsheet made a mistake reviewing “My Mistake”? File under: There but for the grace of God and etc.
Wednesday’s New York Times called the roll of State Gun Laws Enacted in the Year Since Newtown. Nutshell version: Twenty-nine laws loosened concealed carry laws; none tightened them. Twenty-three laws tightened background checks and mental health reporting; three loosened … Continue reading