Best Of 2006

Best Newspaper for a Nickel: The St. Petersburg Enquirer

The price point is key to this photocopied gem of a local newspaper; the price “$.05” is actually in the masthead. The Enquirer’s highlight is the front-page story written by “Aunt Wilma.” From the June issue, here is her lead: “John F. Kennedy had a dream, and twenty five years later in the village of Cumbijin in the Ecuadorian Andes, that dream made house calls.” I know what you’re thinking; we’re just jealous.