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From our Walt Whitman desk Well our feisty local tabloid won another big award yesterday – a coveted Top Ten Front Pages nod from the Newseum’s Today’s Front Pages. Judgment Day Today is the day that Major League Baseball is expected to suspend … Continue reading
From our Walt Whitman desk Stop the presses! The Boston Herald made The Newseum’s Top Ten Front Pages on Monday. Here’s the text . . . Read the rest at It’s Good to Live in a Two-Daily Town.
Every day, The Newseum designates the Top Ten Front Pages from daily newspapers. Here’s today’s edition: Notice anything missing among all these Page One headlines about the Hunt/Nightmare of the Marathon bombing being over? Yeah – the Boston dailies. Granted, … Continue reading
From our Walt Whitman desk As the hardreading staff predicted, the Boston Herald is feeling festive in today’s edition over yesterday’s Top Ten Front Pages coup in the Newseum’s daily bakeoff. Putting on the pompoms: Ready for its close-up . . . Read the rest … Continue reading
From our Walt Whitman desk The Boston Herald will be doing some celebrating itself and singing itself tomorrow, thanks to a return trip to The Newseum’s Top Ten Front Pages hit parade. Opening Week Look no further than today’s front pages to find out … Continue reading
From our Walt Whitman desk As the hardreading staff predicted just hours ago, our feisty local tabloid is trumpeting its latest, if littlest, award: Making the Newseum’s Top Ten Front Pages list. Today’s Boston Herald, page 4: And the victory dance . . . Read the … Continue reading
From our Walt Whitman desk You’ll very likely see the Boston Herald celebrating itself and singing itself once again in its Saturday edition, thanks to this: That’s right – our feisty local tabloid has made the Newseum’s Top Ten Front Pages list, this time compliments … Continue reading
The Boston Herald might have missed out on the Newseum’s Top Ten Front Pages today, but the feisty local tabloid is far superior in the Boston Big Storms graphics showdown with the Globe. The stately local broadsheet featured a standard-issue bar chart on Page … Continue reading
The Boston Herald has long been a self-promotion machine, touting some coverage that led to government action or crowing about its inclusion in the Newseum’s Top Ten Front Pages on a particular day. But not today, because that latter distinction belongs to crosstown rival Boston Globe. … Continue reading
In its Tuesday edition the Boston Herald – ever Whitmanesque – celebrates itself and sings itself yet again. Page Two: Read the rest at It’s Good to Live in a Two-Daily Town.