The Essential Difference Between the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald

Both Sunday dailies have reports on the Boston taxicab industry, and the difference between them tells you all you need to know about the two news organizations.

Boston Globe:

 

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And that’s just the first of three parts.

Boston Herald:

 

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Once again, the Herald is a lively index to the Globe.

Don’t get the hardreading staff wrong: We yield to no man in our appreciation of the feisty local tabloid. Hell, we’re one of its 17 home subscribers.

But it’s always good to remember what’s what with the Boston dailies.

 

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3 Responses to The Essential Difference Between the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald

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