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The Globe sale, contextualized

News that the Globe was on the auction block was certainly a shock, but it should have been no surprise.
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By PETER KADZIS  |  March 01, 2013
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September 14, 2012

Look inside this week's issue of the Boston Phoenix
Look inside this week's issue of the Boston Phoenix
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  September 14, 2012
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Mothers News tackles cheesecake and Left-Handers Day

"No offense, but you guys are no competition," Jacob Berendes tells me.
This Just In
By PHILIP EIL  |  June 08, 2012

Its paywall up, the way forward for the Journal

The Providence Journal 's long-awaited paywall went up this week.
As The ProJo Turns
By DAVID SCHARFENBERG  |  March 02, 2012
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The Ocean State Review makes its debut

Nick-a-Nee's bar was the venue for the recent launch of The Ocean State Review , the University of Rhode Island's new literary journal.
Letters
By TIM LEHNERT  |  November 04, 2011
The Rum Diary

Review: The Rum Diary

It's neat seeing Depp, more than a decade after his balding Raoul Duke in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas , as the younger Hunter S. Thompson, softening mannerisms later made brittle with cocaine, even if the performance is all surface.
Depp as the younger Hunter S. Thompson
By ANN LEWINSON  |  October 28, 2011


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He's all Dwight

Throughout the 1940s, 50s, and '60s, Dwight Macdonald was one of the nation's most provocative and original literary, political, and cultural critics.
Remembering Dwight Macdonald's work
By PETER KADZIS  |  October 21, 2011

Providencejournal.com arrives with a thud

The Providence Journal 's much anticipated new web site,  providencejournal.com , made an underwhelming debut this week.
As the ProJo Turns
By DAVID SCHARFENBERG  |  October 21, 2011
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Trinity Rep’s rip-roaring His Girl Friday

There are theatrical adaptations and then there are magnificent transformations, like His Girl Friday . Multiple-Obie Award-winning playwright John Guare has expanded the furious screwball comedy into a historical/social commentary without our losing o
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By BILL RODRIGUEZ  |  September 23, 2011
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Is Rhode Island a paywall mecca?

Media analysts say Rhode Island could be especially fertile ground for a declining newspaper industry's primary survival strategy — charging readers for access to its heretofore free web sites.
As the ProJo Turns
By DAVID SCHARFENBERG  |  August 19, 2011
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Developing dances at the ICA

Summer Stages Dance wrapped its 14th season Saturday afternoon at the Institute of Contemporary Art with a presentation by four choreographers who've been working with the students at Concord Academy through July.
Summer summary
By MARCIA B. SIEGEL  |  August 05, 2011


Build on each other

Why is that when one Maine news outlet breaks a big story, the others spend more energy trying to copy it, rather than extend it? Take the most recent example, the labor mural dispute.
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By JEFF INGLIS  |  April 08, 2011

Build on each other

Why is that when one Maine news outlet breaks a big story, the others spend more energy trying to copy it, rather than extend it? Take the most recent example, the labor mural dispute.
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By JEFF INGLIS  |  April 08, 2011

Build on each other

Why is that when one Maine news outlet breaks a big story, the others spend more energy trying to copy it, rather than extend it? Take the most recent example, the labor mural dispute.
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By JEFF INGLIS  |  April 08, 2011

Talk time

The state's largest newspaper company is about to negotiate its contract with its employees. With workers seeking a share of the company's newfound profitability, and owner Richard Connor striving mightily to stay in the black, this could go very smooth
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By JEFF INGLIS  |  February 11, 2011
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Who's next?

If Melvin B. Miller has his way, last week's shutdown of the Bay State Banner — the African-American-focused weekly paper Miller ran as editor and publisher for nearly half a century — won't be the end.
What the Banner 's closure means for Boston's African-Americans
By ADAM REILLY  |  July 17, 2009