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Ed Henninger design

The shadow knows

Ed Henninger, design ED HENNINGER is an independent newspaper consultant and the director of Henninger Consulting. Website: www.henningerconsulting.com Phone: (803) 327-3322 WANT A FREE evaluation of your newspaper’s design? Just...

Scott Kearnan

Scott Kearnan became the Boston Herald’s food editor as of June 22. Before joining the Herald, Kearnan was the Boston editor of Zagat.com, an...
John Foust Advertising

The power of implication

John Foust, advertising John Foust has conducted training programs for thousands of newspaper advertising professionals. Many ad departments are using his training videos to save time...
Kevin Slimp technology

Not news to this columnist: Community papers doing well

Kevin Slimp, technology Kevin Slimp is director of the Institute of Newspaper Technology. Email questions to him at kevin@kevinslimp.comA few months back, I had breakfast with the...

Francis A. Montecalvo

Francis A. Montecalvo, 78, of The Villages, Fla., and formerly of Middleton, Mass., died June 15 in Lahey Hospital and Medical Center in Burlington,...

Arlene Maher Baker

Arlene Maher Baker, 90, of Prospect, Conn., died June 21 at home. She covered the town of Prospect for WOWW-AM radio station in Naugatuck, Conn.,...

Raymond ‘Gus’ Gustitus

Raymond “Gus” Gustitus, 67, of Pittsfield, Mass., died June 17 at Hillcrest Commons in Pittsfield. He was a printer at The Berkshire Eagle and at...

Robert Andrews ‘Bob’ Colby

Robert Andrews ‘Bob’ Colby, 74, of Guilford, Conn., died June 24 in Connecticut Hospice in Branford. Colby was a community news editor for many years...

Harvey Steven Rottenberg

Harvey Steven Rottenberg, 73, of Richmond, Va., died June 12 in Richmond. He was a newspaper reporter in Providence, R.I. He was a co-author of two...