This week, it was one of Ed's photos that made its way onto the cover of the Back Bay Sun. He was walking our Westie Poppy in the Public Garden when he stopped to enjoy the scene and take a few pictures.
The copy reads:
Public Garden Moment
“No two gardens are the same. No two days are the same in one garden.” (Hugh Johnson)
You can read some of the stories at the newspaper's website www.backbaysun.com and download a copy of the paper by clicking on the "Full Print Edition" icon in the left hand column. The new issue is usually on the website by Wednesday of each week. Since that icon only lasts until the next paper is published, we have uploaded a copy to this link, so that you can find it anytime.
In this earlier post is a list of the other places where you can find copies of this local paper. We usually get ours in the Circulation Room at the Boston Public Library in Copley Square. There, you'll also find copies of the The Beacon Hill Times and the The North End Regional Review. Here's a link to download a list of the other places where you can find copies of this local paper.
We are hearing from friends and neighbors and BostonZest readers who have left the area, that they like us connecting to copies of The Back Bay Sun. We plan to make this a regular feature to remind you of this great collection of local papers from the Independent Newspaper group.
Disclosure: The Independent Newspaper Group, owner of all three of these papers, is one of our freelance clients and you'll see our photographs, columns, and articles in their newpapers. Here are links to all their local papers.
- The Back Bay Sun
- The Beacon Hill Times
- Charlestown Patriot-Bridge
- Chelsea Record
- East Boston Times - Free Press
- Everett Independent
- Jamaica Plain Gazette
- The Lynn Journal
- Mission Hill Gazette
- The North End Regional Review
- Revere Journal
- The Logan Times
- Winthrop Sun Transcript
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Words: Penny & Ed Cherubino
Photography: © 2013 Penny Cherubino
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