by Brad Herzog
16 Jan 2014
I knew I was going to like the Newseum, Washington’s D.C.’s massive museum celebrating the First Amendment, the moment I approached it. Before I even walked in, I encountered a daily feature of the place—a collection, under glass along the sidewalk outside the entrance, of front pages from each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia. The front pages are switched out every morning (in other words, that’s someone’s job), and it can be a rather mesmerizing stroll through myriad points of view.