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The Nib's indie comics 2015 calendar of obscure holidays

yesterdayOdd : Boing Boing

The Nib, Medium's killer comix publication, is publishing a "2015 Calendar of Obscure Holidays" featuring original artwork by Nib editor Matt "War Is Boring" Bors, Erika Moen, Rich Stevens, Zach Weiner, Jen Sorensen, Brian McFadden, Eleri Harris, Andy Warner, Matt Lubchansky, Liza Donnelly, Scott Bateman, and Gemma Correll who did the cover. Read the rest

Boston Globe beefs up its business coverage

The Boston Globe is adding a standalone eight-page Business section in December. “We’ve got everything but a new name, which is currently, to my chagrin, “Business,'” Globe editor Brian McGrory tells his staff. “Please offer better ideas.” He adds: “We’re aiming to make our business coverage a signature part of the Globe, both in print … Read More

Big moves as Globe prepares to expand its business section

Some big media moves were announced a little while ago as The Boston Globe plans to ramp up its business section next month. First the email sent to the staff by editor Brian McGrory and business editor Mark Pothier. Then a bit of analysis. Hey all, We’d like to fill you in on some terrific developments […]

40,000 Voter-Registration Applications Submitted by Blacks and Hispanics Disappear in Ga.

Editor’s note: According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution,? Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp claimed that nearly 40,000 voter-registration applications in Georgia that were supposedly unaccounted for have been found and processed, and those applicants are now registered to vote. Show More Summary

GalleyCat Exclusive: NY Times Unveils 10 Best Illustrated Children’s Books of the Year List

3 weeks agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

The New York Times Book Review has unveiled its annual list of the “10 Best Illustrated Children’s Books” of the year. Shelf Awareness children’s editor Jennifer M. Brown, Caldecott Medal-winning artist Brian Floca, and Caldecott Medal recipient Jerry Pinkney sat on this year’s judging panel. Show More Summary

POLITICO Pro Launches Labor & Employment Vertical

3 weeks agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlDC

POLITICO Pro today launched its 14th topical vertical, Labor & Employment. In September, POLITICO Pro editor Marty Kady announced that Timothy Noah would serve as editor of the new vertical, to be joined by Law360?s Brian Mahoney. Later that month, Kady also named In These Times’ Mike Elk a Pro labor reporter. Show More Summary

Obama is no strategic genius on the Middle East

To the editor: Brian Michael Jenkins stretches credulity by comparing President Obama to Roman general Fabius Maximus. ("Is Obama a modern-day Quintus Fabius Maximus?," Op-Ed, Oct. 22)

Dr. Nancy Snyderman ‘Deeply Sorry;’ Maintains She Poses ‘No Risk to the Public’

On “NBC Nightly News” tonight, Brian Williams read a statement from NBC News chief medical editor Dr. Nancy Snyderman who was spotted out and about near her Hopewell, NJ home Thursday despite being under voluntary quarantine due to possible exposure to Ebola. Show More Summary

Brian Leiter to Step Down as Editor of PGR in 2014-15

In effect, Leiter ignored my warning: Do not multiply enemies beyond necessity. He finally went too far. For years he got away with vicious out-of-the-blue personal attacks on conservatives and white males, but when he turned on females, such as...

Human Universe: the ascent of man – and Brian Cox, of course

Alt Text: Editor Holden Frith New BBC2 science series gets better when David Attenborough's anointed heir comes down to earth Column Holden Frith Wednesday, October 8, 2014 - 10:13am Viewers who have not yet succumbed to the soft-voiced...Show More Summary

Greg and Brian Eat Poison Pizza and Almost Die - IGN Plays the Sims 4: Episode 20

In the final episode of Greg and Brian Play the Sims 4, our favorite IGN editors nearly lose it all. Even their pizza.

Video: Brian Brown's fellow panelist gives insight into Moscow panel's extreme views on homosexuality, marriage

2 months agoLGBT / Gay : Good As You

At last week's "Large Family and the Future of Humanity" conference in Moscow, Russia, National Organization For Marriage president Brian Brown was joined on a panel by John-Henry Westen, the Canadian editor of the very anti-gay website LifeSiteNews: John-Henry Westen,...

How An Offbeat Side Job Can Supercharge Your Creative Process

The former art director of McSweeney's talks about his adventures moonlighting as a Lyft driver, and how it's inspired his work. For the past seven years, editor and designer Brian McMullen had a dream creative job as the senior art director and one of the senior editors at literary and humor publisher McSweeney's. Show More Summary

2014 Toronto International Film Festival Preview: Five Key Questions

On your mark. Get set. Roll ‘em. The 39th Toronto International Film Festival—TIFF for short—kicks off today and RogerEbert.com is there. Content Editor Brian Tallerico and I will be racing around North America’s premier movie event, trying to see as many of the must-see titles that we can among the some 284 features from 70 countries. Show More Summary

Exactly how often do cops shoot people?

Well, actually, we really don’t know. D.Brian Burghart is the editor of the Reno News & Review, the city’s alt-weekly. Driving home one day, he came across the aftermath of a police shooting, and became curious about it. So he started to look for the figures on how often officer-involved shootings happen. And he couldn’t […]

Is Barron's Right On Terex?

Editor's note: Originally published on August 10, 2014 Brian Langenberg reviews the August 11 article on pages 19-20 titled "Building the Case for Terex" by Jack Hough. Barron's makes the case for 30% upside over the next year for Terex...Show More Summary

IGN Plays Micromon: Playing the Top-Selling Pokemon Clone

IGN Editors Brian and Brendan compare the similarities between Micromon and Pokemon.

The Globe’s Catholic website gets a name: Crux

4 months agoIndustries / Media : Media Nation

The Boston Globe’s Catholic website will be called Crux, according to an announcement the paper posted a little while ago. Also, Globe editor Brian McGrory and Crux editor Teresa Hanafin talk about Margery Eagan’s role as the site’s spirituality columnist. According to the announcement, “In her column for Crux, Eagan will explore issues of spirituality, […]

The Incredible Story Of How A Bankrupt And Unemployed Brian Williams Got His Big TV Break

Before Brian Williams was the Emmy-winning anchor and managing editor of NBC "Nightly News," the 55-year-old struggled to even find a job after dropping out of college. Now earning a reported a $10 million annual salary, Williams went...Show More Summary

Boston Globe editor: Never mind about that last Tom Farragher announcement

On June 2, Boston Globe editor Brian McGrory announced that Tom Farragher was stepping down as Spotlight team editor to work on “high impact enterprise stories.” McGrory now tells his staff: “Never mind.” “Sometimes great ideas overtake very good ones, and this is one of those times. Upon further consideration, I’ve asked Tom to become … Read More

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