Tenth Series: Yesterday’s News, edition 100. This series is a comment on the rabid ferocity of the current news media and plays off the much used quote from the character Charles Tatum in the movie Ace in the Hole / The Big Carnival, 1951, “It's a good story today. Tomorrow, they'll wrap a fish in it.” Collages placed July 27-September 30, 2010 in New York. Each collage consists of a 2 x 3 ½ inch poly bag, real news photographs from The New York Times, all wrapped around a stolen fish image or a plastic fish (the real ones smell too much), with red star sequins. On verso are fish stickers, one fish googly-eye, a folded xerox copy of The New York Times, and a signifier word sticker with the edition number and web-site address. Signifier words for this series are: albacore, anchovy, barracuda, bass, bluegill, catfish, cod, eel, fish, flounder, grouper, grunion, guppy, haddock, halibut, herring, koi, lamprey, mackerel, mahi-mahi, minnow, monkfish, mullet, perch, pickerel, pike, piranha, porgy, red snapper, rockfish, roughy, salmon, sand dab, sardine, scrod, shad, shark, skate, smelt, sole, stingray, sturgeon, tarpon, tilefish, trout, tuna, walleye, whitefish, and whiting. Did you see one? Tell me.