Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers.
The search for new Margolis continues: We get pictures of four of the candidates for Boston Public Library president. Two are women, one is a Latino man, and the other is a former Massachusetts State Senate President. Their public interviews start tomorrow at 8 a.m. [Globe]
Meet you at the monkey bars: The Boston Schoolyard Initiative has refurbished 71 public school playgrounds, and hopes to fix up another 14 by 2010. [Herald]
Even sadder: The couple that was killed during yesterday’s plane crash in Easton leaves 4-year-old twins. [Globe]
Will Desmond Tutu bring peace to Boston’s convention centers? Rumor has it the Nobel Peace Prize-winner won’t attend a November convention if the conflict between Aramark and its union isn’t resolved. [Herald]