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First off, let’s stipulate – as they say on Law & Order – that Boston is lucky to be not only a Two-Daily Town, but also a Two-Editorial-Cartoonist Town. And we have a couple of really good ones – Jerry Holbert at … Continue reading
Boston is blessed not only with two daily newspapers, but with two very talented editorial cartoonists: Dan Wasserman at the Boston Globe, and Jerry Holbert at the Boston Herald. (You can count on two hands the number of daily newspapers … Continue reading
Boston being the Cathaholic hub that it is, the hardreading staff is not surprised at the hallelujah chorus in today’s local papers. Start with the Boston Herald, which doesn’t measure its coverage of newly minted Pope Francis I, it weighs … Continue reading
In this most Cathaholic of towns, the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald are on Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation like Brown on Williamson. For starters, the old Pontifox owns both front pages. From there he gets Vatican-size chunks of the newshole – … Continue reading
The feisty local tabloid continues its anti-tax jihad today from the very first page (via The Newseum’s Today’s Front Pages): Inside the Herald puts a price tag on the tax hikes proposed by Gov. Deval Patrick (D-One Foot Out the Door) … Continue reading
The front pages of today’s local dailies almost – but don’t quite – say it all in their coverage of a looming tax hike in Massachusetts. The Boston Globe’s Page One (via the Newseum’s Today’s Front Pages) appears measured and slightly … Continue reading
His ‘n’ His editorial cartoons at the local dailies today. In the Boston Globe, the great Tom Toles . . . Read the rest at It’s Good to Live in a Two-Daily Town.
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.
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