Are you tired of the same horse race political coverage? Are you sick of hearing about how much money the candidates raised? Do you want coverage to reflect more state and local issues?
For every 50 right-wing roaches who wreak havoc on my nerves, there is only one Eileen, who just three weeks ago sent me her latest care package.
The next time someone makes a movie that’s specifically about my life, almost line for goddamn line, it would be great if one of you told me ahead of time.
It’s time to call the governor out for being a shameless business-assist monkey right now, because later’s always too damn late.
Titled “No News Is Bad News,” it’s about how the predicament of local media in this state has gone “from bad to worse,” what “a world without news really looks like,” and, specifically, how “the marriage of GateHouse and Gannett looms like an Angel of Death over what’s left of the local media landscape.”
Put in simple terms, he was an awesome guy with a great attitude, and we looked forward to collaborating with him this semester.
Take outgoing District 5 Councilor Tim McCarthy, who has historically had bad positions on cannabis, endorsed Gov. Charlie Baker in 2018, and often suffers from the same Caucasian derangement syndrome as the governor.
'This is who we are, these are our stories, and nobody is going to act like we have no voice around here.'
"I hope to pass on such lessons to future officials in similar circumstances and to all the citizens who should hold them accountable."
Covering Climate Now now ranks as one of the most ambitious efforts ever to organize the world’s media around a single coverage topic.