Newspaper delivered to my door . . . or rather, to my tree / New Jersey / Feb. 2008
I recently started a Sunday subscription to the New York Times. So nice to have it delivered rather than having to track one down around town. On Sunday when I looked out to see if the paper had arrived, the blue delivery bag was in the tree and the sections of the paper were sprawled on the ground. Does my delivery person have an artistic side, I wondered? (It looked like a modern art display that I saw in a gallery at the New Museum.) If you can't get all the papers you want to read delivered to your door (or your delivered paper goes astray), you can read newspapers from all over the world online at the Internet Public Library.