In general, I like listening to 'BZ on the way to work - they can do a good job with breaking news (Danvers) and they always let me know what's on the front page of the day's Globe.
This morning, they faced a tough decision. Should they send ace reporter/poet Carl Stevens out to cover a gang-related double shooting in Roxbury (one dead, one wounded) or a store on Newbury Street that had a window smashed this morning?
Guess which one they chose?
Speaking of the murder, Adam Reilly ponders the Globe's decision earlier this month to write about the city-brokered truce between two local gangs - which apparently ended last night with the shootings:
The title of the story the Globe's Suzanne Smalley wrote about a truce between Boston's Heath Street and H-Block gangs earlier this month--"2 gangs find real peace, in secret"--raised an obvious question: would the aforementioned peace be jeopardized by being made public?
Now, following yesterday's killing of an H-Block leader in Roxbury, it's worth asking again. ...