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Editors at New York Times: 'What's a Boston Herald?'

Yesterday’s jaw-dropping New York Times front page has rightfully been the talk of the media world.

Also rightfully, the Times cited its sources at the end of the four-page roll call. 93 more words


Fishermen cast for new customers amid coronavirus pandemic

GLOUCESTER, MA – MAY 10: Leo Alvarado works to unload a fishing boat at Fisherman’s Wharf on May 10, 2020 in Gloucester, Massachusetts. 325 more words

Events And Appearances

Zach Senyshyn: Then & Now

We continue updating Boston Bruins prospects in two different series with Zach Senyshyn. We’re taking the longer, more detailed approach with the 15th overall selection from 2015, with some superb past content from Dominic Tiano who has been following him longer than most of us.-KL… 1,839 more words

Boston Bruins Prospects

Boston Globe Recycles Work of Other Newsrooms

From our No Credit Where Credit’s Due desk

Let’s stipulate here that the Boston Globe has done yeoman’s work covering the local coronavirus calamity.

But let’s also acknowledge that the Globeniks have occasionally drafted off the work of other news organizations in the process. 263 more words

Boston Herald Quarantined From Full-Page COVADS

From our Local Dailies DisADvantage desk

As the hardreading staff has noted numerous times, the Boston Herald has long been the wallflower at the local advertising dance. 209 more words

Hexit Watch™: It's -30- for Heslam and Ingemi

From our Long Goodbye desk

More bloodletting at the Boston Herald as its hedge-fund overlords once again go Grim Reaper on the scrawny local tabloid. 151 more words

Joaquin Didn't Ruin Your Coffee

In the article “Thanks, Joaquin, for Ruining Our Coffee,” Boston Herald columnist and guy who has never heard of plant-based coffee creamers, Joe Fitzgerald, writes that Joaquin Phoenix’s Oscar acceptance speech was “intellectually barren and viscerally revolting.” He criticized Phoenix for not mentioning Puerto Rico where he was born, said he “he babbled for three minutes while squeamish viewers tried not to vomit,” referred to Phoenix as a “fool,” and suggested that if we don’t stop Phoenix, everyone will have to drink black coffee. 496 more words