Tag Archives: Catherine Greig

Correction o’ the Day (Boston Globe Humblenag Edition)

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.

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Battle Of The Bulger: Globe Sketchy, Herald E-pistol-ary

Monday coverage of the James “Whitey” Bulger trial is always challenging for the local dailies, there being no weekend court sessions. So enterprise stories are the order of the day for both papers. Start with the Boston Globe, which features Page … Continue reading

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Throwing The Book(s) At Whitey Bulger

Dueling book plugs in the local dailies the past two days, starting with this Boston Sunday Globe Page One pompom: A window into Whitey’s brutal life and mind New biography traces Bulger’s rise, reign, and the reckoning ahead As he sits … Continue reading

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Globe Magazine Picks Carmen Ortiz As Bostonian Of The Year

From the Boston Globe press release: Boston, MA, Dec. 30, 2011 – The Boston Globe Magazine announced today that it has selected US Attorney Carmen Ortiz as “Bostonian of the Year” for 2011.  She will be featured in a special … Continue reading

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Boston Herald Right Hand, Meet Boston Herald Left Hand

Two weeks ago, the Boston Herald ran this: Boos for Whitey Bulger costume Murder victim’s brother upset by iParty jumpsuit Dedham-based party supply retailer iParty is selling a particularly scary Halloween costume this year — a prison jumpsuit based on … Continue reading

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Whitey Bulger/Catherine Greig FBI Photo Bakeoff

The FBI has launched another “Where’s Whitey” campaign, this time “focusing not on Mr. Bulger but on his girlfriend, Catherine Elizabeth Greig,” according to the Wall Street Journal: [Yesterday] the agency [began] airing public-service announcements in 14 U.S. cities during shows … Continue reading

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