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Catch the summer art buzz

Some parts of Portland may get quiet in the summer, but there's plenty action in the art biz. And lots of cruise-ship visitors this year to quicken the streets a bit.
Onward and upward
By KEN GREENLEAF  |  June 08, 2012

Distant view

Of all the coverage of Olympia Snowe's decision not to run for re-election this year, the Maine media should have been expected to handle it best.
Press releases
By JEFF INGLIS  |  March 09, 2012
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Odd Future blew up out of nowhere. But they didn't do it alone.

By now you've heard about how post-this, uber-that, and pre-apocalyptically radical the Los Angeles collective Odd Future is. Or maybe your little sis came home with ringleader Tyler the Creator's tag tatted on her teenage ta-ta's.
Making the brand
By CHRIS FARAONE  |  May 06, 2011
Newest Lame-Ass Trend in Major Label Hip-Hop Exposed by NY Mag

Newest Lame-Ass Trend in Major Label Hip-Hop Exposed by NY Mag


R.A. the Rugged Man said it best: Every Major Record Label Sucks Dick. Major props to New York Mag writer Erika Ramirez for writing today...
By Chris Faraone  |  May 04, 2010
Imitation, flattery, etc: New York Magazine's Sarah Palin story looks awfully familiar

Imitation, flattery, etc: New York Magazine's Sarah Palin story looks awfully familiar


Well, this is awkward: NY Mag, this week; and the Boston Phoenix, July 2009Back in July of 2009, Boston Phoenix staffer DAVID S. BERNSTEIN wrote...
By Carly Carioli  |  April 26, 2010
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Bad sports

When historians trace the rise of the blog as the dominant journalistic form of the 21st century, they’ll pay close attention to two recent developments.
While old and new media are mending many fences, they’re still squaring off in jockland
By ADAM REILLY  |  June 18, 2008


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Southern discomfort

A pair of recent developments in the Sun Belt serves as a useful reminder that antagonism between government and the press can get a whole lot nastier.
Anti-press overreach in the Sun Belt. Plus, the strange resilience of Page Six editor Richard Johnson
By ADAM REILLY  |  October 26, 2007