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Spotlight on Spotlight

Spotlight on Spotlight

Boston Globe’s investigative team becoming cultural meme

FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS, the Boston Globe’s award-winning Spotlight Team – not the same people, they do change them – has put a spotlight on corruption, scandal, and inequity in the region. From exposing James “Whitey” Bulger as an FBI informant to revealing slothful schedules of Massachusetts judges to uncovering redlining by mortgage companies(...)

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Spotlight on Spotlight

For more than 50 years, the Boston Globe’s award-winning Spotlight Team – not the same people, they do change them – has put a spotlight on corruption, scandal, and inequity in the region. From exposing James “Whitey” Bulger as an FBI informant to revealing slothful schedules of Massachusetts judges to uncovering redlining by mortgage companies(...)

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Disagreeing agreeably

Disagreeing agreeably

Nassour and Mermell talk politics across the partisan divide  

“POLITICS, IDEAS & CIVIC LIFE IN MASSACHUSETTS” has been the tagline describing the focus of CommonWealth’s coverage since the magazine was launched 22 years ago. We didn’t say it explicitly, but the goal also was to promote a civil civic life here. A robust exchange of views and ideas, argued vigorously but respectfully, seemed then(...)

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The Codcast: Disagreeing agreeably

“Politics, Ideas & Civic Life in Massachusetts” has been the tagline describing the focus of CommonWealth’s coverage since the magazine was launched 22 years ago. We didn’t say it explicitly, but the goal also was to promote a civil civic life here. A robust exchange of views and ideas, argued vigorously but respectfully, seemed then(...)

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Boston moves to the Herald?

Boston moves to the Herald?

Tabloid relocating to South Shore

DESPITE ALL THE ANGST over Digital First’s $12 million takeover of the Boston Herald earlier this year, employees are about to see a $3,100 boost in their paychecks. The downside is it is coming by way of eliminating paid parking for the tabloid’s staff when the notoriously cost-conscious media chain moves the paper with a(...)

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Boston moves to the Herald?

Despite all the angst over Digital First’s $12 million takeover of the Boston Herald earlier this year, employees are about to see a $3,100 boost in their paychecks. The downside is it is coming by way of eliminating paid parking for the tabloid’s staff when the notoriously cost-conscious media chain moves the paper with a(...)

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Pizzuti Henry takes charge at the Globe

Pizzuti Henry takes charge at the Globe

Names Leung interim editorial page editor

NOW WE KNOW what a managing director does at the Boston Globe: She runs the place. After a long period in which Linda Pizzuti Henry took on more and more responsibility at the newspaper but shied away from saying she was in charge, the tune changed on Monday. Pizzuti Henry announced in a memo to the(...)

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