Chicago Tribune sends pizzas to Boston Globe newsroom

“We can’t buy you lost sleep, so at least let us pick up lunch,” a note from the Tribune’s newsroom says. Boston Globe Magazine writer Scott Helman confirms to Poynter the lunch in question is pizza from Regina Pizzeria.

Photo courtesy Michael Levenson

Tribune staffers previously bought drinks for Times-Picayune staffers after they learned their paper was reducing print frequency and staff.

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  • dasd

    4rgameprivates.5forum.net/

  • http://www.facebook.com/robert.knilands Robert Knilands

    As “selfless” as these gestures might be, the Tribune would be better off taking care of its own employees and cleaning up its own house.

  • http://twitter.com/aderryberry aderryberry

    Righteous! Yes all around.

  • http://www.facebook.com/lickaflange Aaron Maxwell

    Yes it does, genius: Boston Globe Magazine writer Scott Helman confirms to Poynter the lunch in question is pizza from Regina Pizzeria

  • http://www.facebook.com/george.rauh George Rauh

    I will quip a quote from a friend…. if you plan an escape in a boat, make sure the boat is in the water, and not in Watertown… on its trailer.

  • http://twitter.com/dakipstr Kip Michalak

    Forget Boston pizza,
    how bout some authentic deep dish pizza from Chicago!

  • LaurenceGlavin

    The story doesn’t make it clear whether the pizza was commercial crap from the likes of Domino’s, or the reak thing prepared in the North End (Boston’s Little Italy).

  • Constant Comment

    Just wait til the Koch brothers buy the Tribune–then it will be the entire country offering to buy Trib employees a drink.