"... On its face, it seems unusual to make fun of your customers and do it in a mocking and irreverent way."
The Post-Gazette’s publisher says he voted for Trump and calls criticism of PG’s rightward shift “a lot of bunkum”
"I’m not going to pretend that I didn’t vote for Donald Trump," J.R. Block says. "I did. In fact, so did much of Pennsylvania."
Saturday and Tuesday papers are a thing of the past now.
“It’s been exhausting, it really has. Taxing but also energizing.”
The millennial-focused aggregation site launched two years ago.
"I felt a showdown coming," Rogers said.
Charlie Deitch promises to be as snarky and confrontational as ever.
... "who is there to hold the Post-Gazette accountable? We, the people. That’s who."
“It doesn’t take much to connect the dots between the absence of Rob’s left-leaning cartoons and the recent arrival of a Trump-supporting editorial page editor.”
Pittsburgh's newest cigar lounge opened last week on the North Shore.
“The byline strike was but one mobilization effort in our arsenal. We are prepared to use others."
“[This] byline strike is solely focused on the unconscionable way we have been treated over the last 12 years ..."