MORE ON GLOBE, T&G CUTS. Not much more, actually. The Herald's Greg Gatlin, who broke this story last month, reports on yesterday's announcement here. (Gatlin's also got a pretty interesting report today on an experiment in open-source journalism.)
The Globe's Mark Jurkowitz also writes about the cuts. And here's how the Times covers the story.
CAROLYN CLAY ON ROBIN DOUGHERTY. "Robin devoted herself, in the main, to arts journalism. But her great art was the cultivation of her friends." Click here.
NEW IN THIS WEEK'S PHOENIX. Is America sick of Massachusetts? With John Kerry and Mitt Romney both gearing up for presidential runs, we're about to find out.
"Hubristic". Spot on, Dan. Particularly liked Dukakis's comments. Hilariously, he personifies the Dems, ("that's my story and I'm sticking to it"). Kerry's attempts at "government in exile" and Romney's trips and comments out of state both bespeak a lack of respect: for the office quixotically sought by Kerry and the one held presently by Romney. We do get the government we deserve. Bummer.
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