Page One Editor

Charles F. Mansbach

Mansbach has been the editor in charge of the front page of the Globe in its final stages since the 1980s. He began working for daily newspapers in 1966 and joined the Globe in 1978.

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Making our mark

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Discussions about punctuation needn’t be dull affairs. Consider these breathtaking scenes.

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Identification, please

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From “front-runner” to “casino mogul,” editors must be careful when applying identifying words and phrases to people.

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Yesterday’s gone

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For the first time in more than four decades, Globe articles do not employ “yesterday, “today,” and “tomorrow.”

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Swept away by colorful writing

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Attempts at writing colorful prose often clutter the narrative more than they enhance the story, leaving the reader bobbing and churning as if stuck at sea on a small boat.