The local dailies occupy parallel universes today in their coverage of the ongoing violence/protest in Ferguson, Mo.
Yes, both have editorial cartoons mirroring the unrest in the wake of the Michael Brown shooting.
Boston Globe’s Dan Wasserman:
Boston Herald’s Jerry Holbert.
But beyond that, the papers couldn’t be more different in their opinion pieces.
Former homeland security official/gubernatorial candidate Juliette Kayyem’s op-ed in the Globe about the failures of the law enforcement community:
Globe columnist Derrick Jackson’s piece on the failure of white Americans to, well, get it:
Crosstown at the Herald, though, the failure all belongs to the media.
Call the roll.
One town, two different worlds, eh?