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This Just In: Snow is Falling!

Aww, look. How pretty. The snow falls around Santa’s merry visage, bringing back those warm holiday feelings we love so much. Our toes may be […]

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Tancredo To Romney: Psych!

Things have been pretty quiet on the Mitt Romney front this week. His lead is waning against Mike Huckabee, but most pundits have shifted their […]

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Breaking: Clemens Named in Mitchell Report

Everyone probably should have seen this coming. According to ESPN and other outlets, sources close to former Yankee trainer Brian McNamee said that Roger Clemens […]

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Raw Deal

“Did you hear there’s a raw food restaurant coming to the North End? Ugh.” So shuddered my friend, the food snob. She was talking about […]

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The Herald’s New Columnist

On Friday, the Herald loses one of its best reporters when Michele McPhee abandons the tabloid (like so many before her…sniffle). She’s off to be […]

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Another Day, Another Electrical Device Causes a Bomb Scare

On our way into Boston Daily HQ today, we had the treat of finding Mass. Ave closed off. After a long walk to Kendall Square […]

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J-School Professors Gone Wild

Boston University journalism professor Chris Daly has created a firestorm after he wrote an entry on his blog that bashed a story by Perry Bacon […]

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Jane Swiftboats Romney

“When are you going to stop picking on poor Mitt Romney?” That’s the question our mother usually asks us when she talks about our work […]

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The Same Old State House Politics? Maybe Not

Leading with a story on how Gov. Deval Patrick and his Lieutenant, Tim Murray, have been reeling in loads of special interest money, today’s Globe […]

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Too short to be usefu…

In their continuing and paranoid efforts to anticipate reader attention spans, newspapers have been almost universally chopping story lengths. Publishers (especially of the free, Metro […]

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Get the Picture? It Seems That You Don’t

Dear People Who Don’t Understand WGBH’s Digital Mural, They are pictures. You know, like the billboards you see as you drive down the Pike at […]

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Rep. Ed Markey Gets a (Second) Life

If you’d told us a notable Massachusetts resident was conducting business in Second Life, we’d conclude you were talking about Red Sox pitcher and noted […]

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Tough Numbers for Romney

Last week, Boston Daily and pretty much every other media outlet spent a lot of time talking about “the speech.” Despite all that free publicity, […]

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Oprahpalooza Hits New Hampshire

The Patriots-Steelers game wasn’t the only big event going on in New England yesterday. Last night the Oprah Winfrey–Barack Obama tour wrapped up at the […]

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Hate Boy Scouts? We’ve Got a Job for You

You may remember the Cambridge Election Commission best as the mean-spirited liberals who kicked the local Boy Scout troop out of polling places during last […]