As one of the 17 home subscribers the Boston Herald boasts, the hardreading staff has drastically reduced its expectations of the local daily. But the paper has failed to clear even that low bar. Actually it failed to jump at all today.
The foisty local tabloid told us it had “printing problems” last night. But of course the Herald has printing problems every night, BECAUSE ITS PRINTER IS ALSO ITS CROSSTOWN RIVAL. So for the most part either 1) the Herald’s early edition gets printed – what? – 24 hours in advance, or 2) it doesn’t get printed at all.
Neither of those fates, unsurprisingly, is ever visited upon the Boston Globe.
Regardless, here’s the front page that did not land at the door of the Global Worldwide Headquarters this AM.
Sleepy’s, eh? Sounds about right.