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  • Boston, Massachusetts 02118
  • Phone: (617) 426-8942
  • Circulation: 39,000 (as of June 2014)
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  • Publication Day: Every Wednesday
  • Market Served: Boston Metro
  • National Advertising: Voice Media Group
I stay cool, and dig all jive,
That's the way I stay alive.
My motto,
as I live and learn,
is
Dig and be dug
In return.


― Langston Hughes
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Recent AAN Awards

2009 Cover Design, 2nd Place (Circulation Below 50000) by Boston's Weekly Dig staff
2008 Editorial Layout, 2nd Place (Circulation Below 55000) by Staff
2007 Editorial Layout, 1st Place (Circulation Above 55000) by Paul McMorrow, Joe Keohane and Paul Maybury
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Demographics

Age

 21-24 (30%)
 25-34 (51%)
 35-44 (10%)
Gender

 F: 42%
 M: 58%
Education
Attended College:
84%

Graduated College:
60%
Occupation Professional/ Managerial:
50%

Median Household Income:
$74,000

Source: MRI

Staff

Title Name Email address*
Publisher Jeff Lawrence ---
Associate Publisher Marc Shepard ---
Creative Director Tak Toyoshima ---
Art Director Scott Murry ---
News & Features Editor Chris Faraone ---
Freelance Writer Haley Hamilton ---
Contributor Emily Hopkins ---
Arts & Entertainment Editor Susanna Jackson ---

* email addresses available to members only

Recent Articles

Bring the Caucus

On the third anniversary of Occupy Boston, a movement alumna gives party politics a try.
Dig Boston  |  Robin Jacks  |  09-04-2014  |  Politics

Smarter City or City Under Surveillance

Last week the Dig alerted readers to a secret experiment carried out by the City of Boston during the Boston Calling concerts that took place in May and September of last year. Among the revelations therein: Outside contractors helped municipal authorities deploy resources designed to analyze body and facial patterns of “every person who approaches the door” in order to gauge panic levels and crowd sentiment. In this follow-up, again relying in part on privileged documents that were left exposed online, we examine the communications leading up to these surveillance trials in the days, months, and even decade prior to the first Boston Calling.
Dig Boston  |  Chris Faraone, Kenneth Lipp and Jonathan Riley  |  08-15-2014  |  Civil Liberties
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