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Monthly Archives: August 2012
Elizabeth Warren, Cub Reporter
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
It’s Good To Live In A Two-Times Co. Town (Romney Offspring Edition)
The Romney Kids Are Alright! Details at IGTLTDT.
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It’s Good To Live In A Two-Daily Town (Doing The McKayla Edition)
For once, the Globe’s Names column is hipper than the Herald’s Inside Track. Details at IGTLTDT.
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Dear NYT: That’s It? That’s The Sendoff You Give The Great Malcolm Browne?
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
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It’s Good To Live In A Two-Daily Town (Tampa Your Enthusiasm Edition)
So who do you think is winning the coverage bakeoff at the Republican National Convention? Find out at IGTLTDT.
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Question o’ the Day (Globe/Sununu Edition)
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
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It’s Good To Live In A Two-Daily Town (Showing Their Primary Colors Edition)
Primary election endorsements from the local dailies. Details at IGTLTDT.
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It’s Good To Live In A Two-Times Co. Town (Times Eats Globe’s Back-To-School-Dust Edition)
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.
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Why Is There No “Keep Boston Weird” Campaign?
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
Quote o’ the Day (Are You Kidding, Marco Rubio? Edition)
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
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