A friend of the blog suggested that MJS was paying attention and used the proper type face for this headline. But that brings up two more issues!
What the flock is this page three feel good story doing on the front page above the fold when the White House continues to thrash around asea and in Wisconsin it’s Foxconn every day all day.
And why does the headline say “Brewers’s”? My The New York Times Manual of Style and Usage, page 251, says it should be written as “Brewers'”. The s after the apostrophe should only be used with the last letter of the noun being made possessive is silent and one of their examples is “Arkansas’s”.