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Elmer Ferguson Memorial Award - List of Recipients
... Herald/Montréal Star 1984 Tom Fitzgerald The Boston Globe 1984 Trent Frayne Toronto Telegram/The Globe and Mail/Sun 1984 Al Laney New York Herald Tribune 1984 Joe Nichols The New York Times 1984 Basil O'M. 2000 Jim Matheson Edmonton Journal 2001 Eric Duhatschek Calgary Herald 2002 Kevin Dupont Boston Globe 2003 Michael Farber Sports Illustrated 2004 Jim Kelley The Buffalo ...
Rita Katz - Works - Select Articles
... National Review, October 21, 2005 "The Coming New Wave of Jihad", The Boston Globe, March 13, 2006 "Terrorist 007, Exposed", The Washington Post, with ...
Boston.com
... Boston.com is a regional website that offers news and information about the Boston, Massachusetts area ... Boston.com was launched in late October 1995 by Boston Globe Electronic Publishing Inc ... the Internet subsidiary of the Boston Globe ...
List Of Northeastern University Alumni - Alumni - Journalism and Communications
... Center anchor Fred Cusick – Sportscaster Richard Daniels – former President, The Boston Globe Nat Hentoff — Contributing editor, The New Yorker Magazine Dan Mason – Radio Host ... Robinson – Investigative Journalist, Boston Globe Dorothy Samuels – Editorialist, New York Times (Northeastern University School of Law) ...
L. L. Winship/PEN New England Award
... The award was established in 1975 by The Boston Globe in conjunction with PEN to honor the veteran Boston Globe editor Laurence L ... Winship/PEN New England Award in honor of father and son, Thomas Winship, both long-time Boston Globe editors ...

Famous quotes containing the words globe and/or boston:

    Americans think of themselves collectively as a huge rescue squad on twenty-four-hour call to any spot on the globe where dispute and conflict may erupt.
    Eldridge Cleaver (b. 1935)

    To get time for civic work, for exercise, for neighborhood projects, reading or meditation, or just plain time to themselves, mothers need to hold out against the fairly recent but surprisingly entrenched myth that “good mothers” are constantly with their children. They will have to speak out at last about the demoralizing effect of spending day after day with small children, no matter how much they love them.
    —Wendy Coppedge Sanford. Ourselves and Our Children, by Boston Women’s Health Book Collective, introduction (1978)