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Stop the presses! The Boston Globe’s Dan Wasserman and the Boston Herald’s Jerry Holbert had the same line on the first presidential debate. Details at IGTLTDT.
Boston Globe editorial cartoonist Dan Wasserman had a Tom Toles moment in yesterday’s edition: Compare and contrast in clear idiomatic English: Conclusion: We’re lucky a handful of papers still employ editorial cartoonists. And we’re lucky to have Wasserman and Toles.
The local dailies make a mountain out of a Cahill, Day Two. Start with this Boston Globe front-page thumbsucker: Cahill faced fine line on government advertising In politics, all the world’s a campaign stage, particularly for incumbents. Officeholders enjoy the … Continue reading
Saturday’s Boston Globe G section featured a cover story on 1) this weekend’s annual meeting of the National Cartoonists Society taking place in Boston, and 2) the exhibit “One Fine Sunday in the Funny Pages” currently at the Boston Center … Continue reading
Boston Globe editorial cartoon from the formidable Dan Wasserman: Full disclosure: Terrorists give me a haddock.
Campaign Outsider’s wildly unpopular Name That Decade maybe-contest has drawn up to zero submissions. Regardless, the hardworking staff soldiers on. Which means we continue to read newspapers, resulting in our encountering the best decade-naming effort by far, compliments of the … Continue reading
I love Boston Globe editorial cartoonist Dan Wasserman’s work. (Exhibit A: Tuesday’s “It Turns Out, There Is A Death Panel” submission.) Just wanted to say that.