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Topic - Richard Johnson
It was too expensive. It lacked editorial focus. And for a digital publication, it was strangely cut off from the Internet. That's the obituary being written in real time through posts, tweets and online chats about The Daily, the first-of-its-kind iPad newspaper that is being shut down this month.
In schools and backyards, for their birthdays and out with their dads, kids are gaga for archery four weeks into the box office run of "The Hunger Games" and less than 100 days before the London Olympics.
If it wasn't clear to Claude Julien before he took the job in Boston, it quickly became obvious that the Bruins were struggling in the summer of 2007_ on the ice, and in the hearts of the local fans.
Even Herman Cain's ardent supporters acknowledge that the businessman still has an uphill task.
Which gossip editor is leaving the New York Post's Page Six after 25 years chronicling the lives of the famous and the notorious?
The company hired top-name journalists from other publications, such as the New York Post's former Page Six editor, Richard Johnson, and said it poured $30 million into the newspaper's launch.
"This was and is a hockey town like no other in America," said Richard Johnson, the curator of The Sports Museum of New England. "Boston is to hockey what Lubbock is to football, San Pedro de Macoris is to baseball, Sydney to rugby, Buenos Aires to futbol, Addis Ababa to marathoning."