Question of the Day

Yesterday's question of the day asked: This unsigned series of newspaper articles may have been written by Samuel Adams, and spread unsettling (and perhaps spurious) information about the British in Boston, in order to stir unrest. What was it called, and when did it cease publication?  That would be the "Journal of Occurrences," which reportedly stopped publication on August 1, 1769, when Governor Francis Bernard fled Massachusetts.

Congratulations to Ned Donovan of the Daily Dot for being the first to answer that correctly! Honorable mentions go out to Ken Walker of the Tampa Bay TimesCraig Pittman of the Tampa Bay TimesRon Harris of the Associated PressJason Hensel of Facility MagazineM. Edward Borasky, and Mike Mikaelian for also getting that right!

Here's today's question, which keeps it simple: In newspaper layouts, two facing pages are called ... what?

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