Not just for the employment and room-for-rent ads, but for the TV section. Then I wouldn't read about things like this after the fact:
Kids'WB! has revealed that the Static Shock episode "Toys In The Hood," guest-starring Superman, will air on May 3rd, 2003.
[. . .] And don't forget, Static Shock's on twice May 3. At 9:30am (ET) there's a rebroadcast of "Hard As Nails," guest-starring Batman, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy. The same day, at 10:30 am (ET) it's the all-new "Toys In The Hood," guest-starring Superman and Toyman.
That first bit is from an article at Toon Zone, and the last from Static creator Dwayne McDuffie, who switched over to Anil Dash's employers' system for his news page, which is a neighbor of Shock and Awe, something else I should be reading more often.
Managed to forget to check Christopher Priest's blog for a while, too. He recently posted an essay explaining why chriscross is one of the greatest comic book storytellers alive and why dc & marvel are wrong about him. Which, for those of us who enjoyed the man's work on Blood Syndicate (put aside your prejudices and give the book a try despite the name; back issues should be dirt cheap if you can find 'em), is something that doesn't need explaining.
A man of enormous mirth and enormous proportions, Cross is also a man of deep and inspiring religious conviction who has waited patiently-- too patiently-- for his moment in the sun. Regrettably, in this business, the cards are somewhat stacked against him, with the race card being fairly near the top, and the You've Been Around Awhile But Haven't Had A Big Hit card being likely at the very top.
But he felt it needed to be said, and does a great job saying it, so have a look.
Also noticed on Dwayne's blog that today is/was Free Comic Book Day. Well, I missed last year, too.