The redoubtable Dan Wasserman, Boston Globe contributing cartoonist, went local in yesterday’s offering.
That’s a riff on the attempt by local con artist Rev. Eugene Rivers III to diversity-extort (diversitort?) $105,000 from Keolis North America, which recently won the bidding to run Boston’s commuter rail system. (Details here.)
Wasserman mostly addresses national topics nowadays because he’s in syndication, but he tells the hardreading staff he’s looking to do local/regional cartoons in the Globe on Sundays.