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Posted by Teresa Hanafin  November 5, 2008 01:08 PM

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Several of you have asked if any of the best photos on the site -- those by the Photographers of the Week, for example -- would be printed in the Globe. Thus far, the answer has been no -- until today.

The Globe's new feature section, "g", pulls together all of the content that falls under the broad umbrella of Living/Arts: Food, Movies, Music, Calendar, Sidekick, comics, TV listings, etc. The inside back cover of "g" will display a rotating set of features; for example, "Party Lines" by Bill Brett -- photos taken at social events around the region -- will run every Tuesday. And every Wednesday belongs to RAW.

Now, if somebody buys an ad for that spot, then the feature gets pre-empted. That happened to us last Wednesday. And if somebody buys an ad in that spot to run from now until next spring, well, your fame will have been short-lived.

But enjoy it while you can. The photo that we chose to feature today came from Nancy Bray of Harwich, who was one of our early Photographers of the Week. Here's how it looked in print; if you'd like to see it up close, just plop your loose change down for a copy of today's Globe. (If you live in Harwich, don't bother; Nancy has already bought every copy in town.)


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