Articles about "Front pages"


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Newspapers celebrate World Cat Day

It’s World Cat Day. Happy World Cat Day. To help you celebrate, here are front pages featuring cats. (Front pages courtesy Newseum.) Read more

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Sex-slave investigation shares Philly Daily News’ front page with ‘Sexy Singles’

Philadelphia’s location between several mid-Atlantic cities “creates a particularly attractive opportunity for the brokers of enslaved women,” Morgan Zalot writes in an investigation of sex trafficking published in the Philadelphia Daily News early Tuesday.

Philly is also a place where “Sexy Singles” appear in swimsuits, according to its front page.

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‘You made us proud’: Argentine paper celebrates second place

We’ve spent some time enjoying good, bad and the Turkish newspaper fronts during the World Cup. Here’s one last look at how newspapers in the losing and winning countries responded on the front page, courtesy the Newseum.

This is how you celebrate your team, even if that team came in second place (which seems pretty awesome to me). This front is from Buenos Aires Herald, in Buenos Aires, Argentina:

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And from BILD, in Berlin, Germany, the shiny gold trophy it has used as the letter “i” in its name for most of the World Cup finally pays off:

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Most of the Brazilian newspapers showed Germany’s team celebrating, but this is a nice photo illustration from Lance! — Rio de Janeiro:

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And finally, from Fotomac, in Istanbul, Turkey, just because we can:

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From ‘Homecoming King’ to ‘End of an Era’: How newspaper front pages handled LeBron’s decision

On Friday we highlighted The Plain Dealer’s famous 2010 front page when LeBron James left the Cleveland Cavaliers for the Miami Heat. Here’s how that newspaper — and others, from Ohio to Florida — handled his decision to return to Northeast Ohio (most images courtesy Newseum):

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The (Elyria, Ohio) Chronicle-Telegram

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The (Massillon, Ohio) Independent

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The (Willoughby, Ohio) News-Herald

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The Columbus Dispatch

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South Florida Sun-Sentinel

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Miami Herald

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Daily News

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New York Post

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The New York Times

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The Wall Street Journal

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The Washington Post

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Maya Angelou front pages: ‘Beyond Words’

I usually just choose a few front pages for these features, but today on the fronts of newspapers around the country, and a few around the world, there are images of Maya Angelou. In some, she’s younger, in some, she’s older. She’s smiling or speaking or laughing or just looking at the camera. There were many more than this collection I gathered from Newseum, but here’s a handful of the day’s tributes to Maya Angelou.

Buenos Aires Herald, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Montgomery Advertiser, Montgomery, Alabama

Contra Costa Times, Walnut Creek, California

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Executive ‘winced’ when he saw Daily Breeze’s Oscars headline

The Daily Breeze’s headline Monday marking “12 Years a Slave” ‘s Best Picture win was “tacky, ridiculous, stupid,” Michael Anastasi said in a phone call. Anastasi is the vice president of news and executive editor for Digital First Media’s Los Angeles News Group, which publishes The (Torrance, Calif.) Daily Breeze.

The headline reads: “‘Slave’ becomes master.” (“How does this actually get published?” Slade Sohmer writes.)


Anastasi said “I winced” when he saw the front, and that his “body is still contorted” from his physical reaction to the headline. He’s spoken to the Breeze’s editors, he said. “They feel terrible and have taken responsibility,” he said. “It should never have happened.” There will be internal discipline, Anastasi said, declining to elaborate. He says the people at the Breeze “work very hard day in and day out to do some terrific journalism.”

Not many people called to complain, he said, about four or five readers. “One is bothersome to me,” he said. Read more

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‘Enough’! Newspapers chronicle never-ending winter

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It’s March, right? After another round of snow, ice and cold in many parts of the country, it’s hard to tell.

The Virginian-Pilot has clearly had enough.

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‘Winter wonderland’ — some newspapers remind readers snow can be fun

Most newspapers from snow and ice-covered cities around the country featured similar images and themes on Thursday — the pains of traffic, the troubles of clearing roads and the lonely pedestrian slogging through what feels like the worst winter ever.

A few newspapers, however, remembered what snow days are like for kids. (All covers courtesy the Newseum.)

From The (Shelby, N.C.) Star, a winter wonderland.

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Super Bowl front pages: ‘Seasick’ vs. ‘Champs’

The Denver Post’s front page reflects the beating the Broncos took Sunday:

While The Seattle Times goes with a simple “Champs”: Read more

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Cold fronts: Snow hits newspapers’ front pages

Yeah, there’s more snow in the Northeast and more newspaper fronts to show it. Unlike with the Polar Vortex, however, this time, people seem fashionably prepared, even if public works departments did not.

In Asheville, N.C., the Citizen-Times found Bruce and his owner dressed to chill.

AM New York found a woman and her coffee ready for the cold.

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