The recent June 3 edition of The Wave provided its best imitation of the New York Times. The lead story on page one for The Wave is about Jo Ann Shapiro. Meanwhile, the lead story by the national media for at least a week has been about a well-known local politician named Anthony Weiner. The Wave, unlike the New York Times, provides a brief synopsis about Weiner on page six.
Of the more than 100,000 residents of the peninsula, how many do you think care about, or even know about Shapiro? The whole country knows who Weiner is. How about The Wave presenting its readers its best imitation of an unbiased newspaper?