Best of Boston

Best Critic, Art

1985 Best Critic, Social

John Robinson, <em>Boston Globe</em>

Acerbic, witty. His trashing of the Jason's anniversary party is memorable. read more»
1984 Best Critic, Film, Print

Carrie Rickey, <em>Boston Herald</em>

Witty, entertaining, consistent—a breath of fresh air in that paper. read more»
1984 Best Critic, Television

Terry Ann Knopf, <em>Patriot Ledger</em>

Acerbic, and willing to take what she dishes out. When she guest-hosted "People Are Talking," one of her regular targets, Nancy Merrill, filled Knopf's newspaper [...] read more»
1984 Best Critic, Film, Television

Chuck Kraemer, Channel 5

Monotone delivery, but stylish and intelligent. read more»
1983 Best Critic, Film

Chuck Kraemer, Channel 5

Witty. It's unfortunate that he doesn't do more on movies. read more»
1983 Best Critic, Theater

Arthur Friedman of the <em>Cambridge Express</em>

When Friedman was at the Real Paper, he was quoted all the time. Now he's invisible, but just as good. read more»
1983 Best Critic, Television

Monica Collins, <em>Boston Herald</em>

Tough and influential. read more»
1982 Best Critic, Film

Stephen Schiff, <em>The Phoenix</em>

Intelligent, but not adventurous. read more»
1982 Best Critic, Television

Clif Garboden, the <em>Phoenix</em>

Hot Dots. Hot stuff. read more»