Seamus Gallivan of the Good Neighborhood interviews Tom Toles on cartooning, blogging, investigative reporting and Buffalo’s rebound.
Tom Toles is features in a Q&A talking about his involvement with Investigative Post and Monday’s benefit for the organization that he is headlining along with the Outlyers.
Investigative Post announced today an editorial partnership with City & State, an award-winning political website and magazine based in Manhattan. As part of this collaboration, Investigative Post Editor Jim Heaney will write a monthly column in City & State magazine about politics and government in Western New York. City & State will also publish other Investigative […]
Tom Toles was a Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist when he left Buffalo nearly 12 yeas ago to succeed the legendary Herblock at The Washington Post. Then a funny thing happened: He picked up the drum sticks and became a drummer in a rock ‘n’ roll band. Two of them, eventually. His one band, “Suspicious Package,” plays mostly […]
Investigative Post’s new mobile format is now video friendly. Our reports that air on WGRZ, 2 On Your Side, can be viewed on our mobile format that we rolled out last month.The upgrade is part of our continuing efforts to improve our digital presentation. Our digital agency at Bicycle Creative has reformatted the site to fit a […]
A large grant obtained by a coalition of progressive organizations in Buffalo includes funding for Investigative Post. The Open Society Foundation, funded by billionaire George Soros, has selected Buffalo, San Diego and Puerto Rico for two-year grants of $1.9 million each. Organizations in the three regions will be candidates for additional funding of up to […]
Attention smartphone users: Investigative Post is now available in a mobile friendly format. The upgrade is the first of several steps we’re taking to improve our digital presentation. Our digital agency at Bicycle Creative has reformatted the site to fit a smartphone screen and ease navigation. It makes for much easier viewing of stories, photos […]
Buffalo News television critic Alan Pergament reports a new contract that calls for more Investigative Post stories on WGRZ. Ch. 2 President Jim Toellner lauded iPost for doing “an extremely good job” and told The News: “In partnership with Investigative Post, we’re able to do deep and intensive investigations.”