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By adamg - 4/19/22 - 9:23 am

DigBoston announced today it's suspending its weekly print edition again, and for much the same reason as in 2020: The pandemic and its continuing effects on the economy, which in the Dig's case means a continuing lack of advertising from clubs and other entertainment spots.

By OriginallyFromDotParker - 3/19/19 - 10:17 am

Fitchburg's own Michael Brodeur is bringing his music project New Dad to Boston and it's going to be a real hoot!

You know Brodeur from his work at such local publications as DigBoston, Boston Phoenix, and currently, the Boston Globe.

And, duh: Brodeur penned that brilliant satirical taxonomy, "Fake Massachusetts Towns", that ran in McSweeney's. The stuff of Massachusetts Memes legend:

By OriginallyFromDotParker - 3/16/19 - 9:37 pm

Long-time DigBoston contributor Barry Thompson's series of interviews for an oral history about DigBoston (formerly Boston's Weekly Dig) in DigBoston: Read more.

By adamg - 12/2/13 - 8:33 am

The Dig today joins the Globe and the Herald with an online radio station. Of course, being the Dig, they want to be edgy. Or as News Editor Chris Faraone puts it:

You've probably heard about Boston Herald Radio, where you can get your daily dose of faux-populist garbage and conservative idiocy delivered right to your desktop. And you may also know about the Boston Globe's sad little streaming enterprise, where I hear you can listen to Weezer and Pearl Jam all day until you're bored out of your fucking skull.

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