Monthly Archives: August 2012
Actually, cub columnist – not to get technical about it. U. S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren (D-Boston Herald) has been writing a daily column about the Republican National Convention all this week for the feisty local tabloid. That’s right: The … Continue reading
The Romney Kids Are Alright! Details at IGTLTDT.
For once, the Globe’s Names column is hipper than the Herald’s Inside Track. Details at IGTLTDT.
From yesterday’s New York Times (page B11): Malcolm W. Browne, 81, Pulitzer Winner Malcolm W. Browne, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter whose four-decade career included covering the Vietnam War — and taking one of the most memorable photos of the conflict … Continue reading
So who do you think is winning the coverage bakeoff at the Republican National Convention? Find out at IGTLTDT.
Splendid reader Michael Pahre – who, let’s all remember, miraculously won the Seamus Sweepstakes last year – sends along this query to the hardworking staff: Should the Globe be quoting Derrick Jackson in news stories about the presidential race? Scott Lehigh? … Continue reading
Primary election endorsements from the local dailies. Details at IGTLTDT.
Yesterday’s New York Times front-paged a story its kissin’ cousin Boston Globe was all over days ago. Score one for the local team. Details at IGTLTDT.
From yesterday’s Wall Street Journal: Asheville, N.C. Debates: How Weird is Too Weird? Topless Rally Raises Eyebrows, Questions ASHEVILLE, N.C.—This city has made a name for itself as a tourist and retirement haven, known for its arts festivals, spiritual retreats … Continue reading
From Mediaite: Rubio: ‘This Is As Ugly And As Nasty A Political Campaign As I Have Seen’ Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio appeared on Fox & Friends on Monday where he was asked to open up about his role at this week’s Republican nominating … Continue reading