MOSKOWITZ, ERIC covers transportation for The Boston Globe, writing about news, politics, lore, tragedy, and daily life along the roads, rails, and bridges of greater Boston. He also pitches in as a breaking-news reporter and a features writer, specializing in profiles as well as colorful stories mined from everyday life. Moskowitz is a native of Needham, MA, and a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, where he majored in history. He joined the Globe in 2007 after four years at the Concord (NH) Monitor, where he covered local news, the State House, and the presidential primaries. In 2005, the New England Society of Newspaper Editors named him community newspaper reporter of the year. He began his career as a regional reporter for The Standard-Times of New Bedford, MA. A former sports writer, he interned at the Cape Cod Times and Arizona Republic. Moskowitz is a Celtics season-ticket holder and a collector of vintage postcards, favoring Boston scenes that no longer exist. He attended the same elementary school as workshop participant Mike Bello, 20 years later.
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