I love newspapers. And I am lucky that my "local" newspaper is The Washington Post. So I get local and national news articles. I love the editorials, science articles, political articles, and comics the best.
But I got to the point where I wasn't reading the new newspaper every day. When I got 3 months behind, I cancelled my subscription. Kept reading the older papers of course.
It was actually very interesting. I could completely ignore the sports section as being old and the local news was outdated. The comics were fine; few of them are topical.
The editorials became hilarious! You never realize how silly most columnists and editorials are until you read them after their predictions are made. I was reading liberal and conservative ideas about what Trump would do in his first 100 days after the first 100 days. None were right. Well, some were, and those people were right very often! It is a good way to decide who to pay attention to.
Looking back, what some of the columnists suggested would happen and knowing what DID happen was great reading. George Will (conservative) was right about a lot, so was E J Dionne (liberal). Charles Krauthammer was nearly almost always wrong.
I missed some of the comics that had story arcs. But they aren't my favorites. I find it pretty hard to care about those "soap opera" ones like Judge Parker.
I missed the Style Invitational contest feature. That suggests weird contests in the Sunday paper like writing haikus about current events, combining Kentucky race horse names together for humor, and creating puns by rearranging letters in Post headlines for anagrams and the like. I entered the contests in the past and got mentioned twice.
For a first entry printed, you get one of those pine tree air fresheners. Its your "first ink" (fir stink, get it?)
But reading old papers, I couldn't enter because of the deadlines. Now I have new papers and can enter again hurray.
"There was a time when
I was gone but now I'm back
Never win again."
But now I know which columnists to pay more attention to.