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News & Features Editor: @DigBoston | Author of 4 books including '99 Nights with the 99%' | Founder: Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism (@BINJreports)

COCUZZO AND THE WILD COOMBA

COCUZZO AND THE WILD COOMBA
digboston.com — Photo of Cocuzzo by Joshua Simpson Any extreme skier will tell you their season never ends. The men and women of New England's mountains relish longer Vermont and New Hampshire winters, and certainly don't mind April snow showers like most of us, but when you are addicted to the airlessness and liberation that is found at several thousand feet in the clouds, you're always jonesing for your next brush with gravity.

LICENSE AND REGISTRATION PLEASE: ON POLICE CERTIFICATION

LICENSE AND REGISTRATION PLEASE: ON POLICE CERTIFICATION
digboston.com — Image by Tak Toyoshima Mental health and human service workers. Barbers, chiropractors, massage therapists, podiatrists, and optometrists. Cosmetologists, nutritionists, and hearing specialists. Sanitarians and embalmers. To legally operate in the Commonwealth, all of the above professionals need to be certified by the state's Division of Professional Licensure (DPL).

Joe Donovan beat impossible odds in being paroled from a life sentence. With his release this month, he and his advocates recount the nightmare behind them and brace for a daunting road ahead.

Joe Donovan beat impossible odds in being paroled from a life sentence. With his release this month, he and his advocates recount the nightmare behind them and brace for a daunting road ahead.
digboston.com — Carol Hallisey waits for Joe's release at her home in Massachusetts No one ever accused Joe Donovan of killing anyone, but he was convicted of murder nonetheless. The story of his trial is legend in Cambridge.

Boston walked out on its public schools years ago

Boston walked out on its public schools years ago
digboston.com — Photos by Chris Faraone It was toward the end of today's Boston Public Schools walkout. A couple hundred of the student organizers who set the afternoon action in motion were still hollering at Faneuil Hall, some taking their complaints to tourists inside Quincy Market who were observing confusedly.

THE BOSTON GLOBE’S OTHER DELIVERY PROBLEM

THE BOSTON GLOBE’S OTHER DELIVERY PROBLEM
digboston.com — With the exception of a few small outbursts, we mostly left the Boston Globe alone during its weeks-long failure to drop off newspapers on time (or, in many cases, at all) to subscribers. We're sure that doorstep glitch remains to be completely fixed.

JOEY’S ANGELS - BINJ Reports - Medium

JOEY’S ANGELS - BINJ Reports - Medium
medium.com — Joe Donovan beat impossible odds in being paroled from a life sentence. With his release this month, he and his advocates recount the nightmare behind them and brace for a daunting road ahead. No one ever accused Joe Donovan of killing anyone, but he was convicted of murder nonetheless.

INFO WARS: THE PERILS OF REPORTING IN MASS (A MEDIA FARM UPDATE)

INFO WARS: THE PERILS OF REPORTING IN MASS (A MEDIA FARM UPDATE)
digboston.com — Image by Kent Buckley First of all, I want to apologize to longtime readers of Media Farm for any lag in the column. Please keep the tips coming, we're not going anywhere, but I've personally been occupied doing the kind of journalism that we tend to chide others for doing, and it's important that I update readers on some critical developments.

PORKING PERMIT: FOR NEW PARKING APP, BOSTON ENTRUSTS COMPANY THAT COMPROMISED CITY DATA

PORKING PERMIT: FOR NEW PARKING APP, BOSTON ENTRUSTS COMPANY THAT COMPROMISED CITY DATA
digboston.com — Image by Tak Toyoshima When the City of Boston rolled out its new parking ticket app last month, the news was offered with the usual press release puffery, and received with a routine Hub media fellatio. "Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced today ...

MANCHESTER DIVIDED: PARKER WINS!

MANCHESTER DIVIDED: PARKER WINS!
medium.com — Things have moved so fast this past week in New Hampshire that a lot of people have forgotten that this is the 100th anniversary of the Granite State primary. The centennial's been noted, but it's fair to say most media is looking forward at this point - not 100 years in the past.

MANCHESTER DIVIDED: FIRST IN LINE FOR BERNIE

MANCHESTER DIVIDED: FIRST IN LINE FOR BERNIE
medium.com — I stared through a glass door at a Secret Service agent who was playing with a pocket knife in front of his colleagues, all of whom were afraid to ask him to chill despite their being visibly appalled by his behavior.
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May 06, 2016

HOW TO GET PRESS FOR MUNICIPAL TECH INITIATIVES 101: Call legacy outlet. Say the word innovation. Enjoy glowing puff piece. #mapoli #Boston

May 05, 2016

The most surprising thing about #BPS leaded water issue is that there are two whole working water fountains in #Boston schools. #mapoli

May 05, 2016

So late to today's #Trump taco bowl fiesta. Assuming he's already being mocked for having hands too small to handle actual tacos.

May 05, 2016

RT @DigBoston: NEW FREE RADICAL: THE RIGHTS STUFF. Felons everywhere need vote in order to have vote: ow.ly/4nstoW #Election2016

May 05, 2016

RT @epicentercom: 5.7 4th Annual Wake Up The Earth Parade Farmers market, dance & yoga classes and more! Parade 10AM Festival 12-6PM @egl@eglestonsqtitle="FutureBostonAlliance" href="http://twitter.com/FutureBoston" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">@FutureBoston

May 04, 2016

Just called my grandma during BINGO. She's not too happy with me right now.


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