Hopefully, someone or something will fill the void the Phoenix leaves. All of us should shudder to consider the alternative.
The Boston Phoenix, one of the New England’s oldest alternative news and arts weekly newspaper, has ceased print publication after 47 years and is cutting 40 jobs immediately because of long-term decline in advertising revenues.
One of Boston’s best known alternative publications is buffing up its image.
Jon Keller recently sat down with The Boston Phoenix’s Chris Faraone, who got a closeup look at the Occupy movement from the inside.
The Boston Public Library will publish over 2,800 rarely seen baseball photographs online starting on Friday, bringing baseball fans back to the Golden Days of America’s pastime.
Jon Keller talks with David Bernstein from the Boston Phoenix about politicians writing memoirs.
A new year in politics means a new Congress, a new legislative agenda and a chance to put the troubles of 2010 behind us – for some people, at least.
Just a few random thoughts today: Pastor Terry Jones in Florida, the nutcase in Florida who wants to burn a pile of Korans on 9/11 I see is still praying about his decision.