I'll start having The Age delivered again by next week.
I don't buy newspaper now, but I used to buy Gazeta do Povo and read at a couch at home
The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. In my home, while sitting on a comfy chair.
If I did buy a newspaper, it would be the New York Times Sunday edition, but like most people in this information age, I get most of my news from online sources.
Athens Banner-Herald, read in bed
I tend to read the Observer but more often than not in online format.
Politiken. In a park. Or at the library.
the sun, yes most of it
I read the New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Frederick News-Post (where I'm employed) just about every day, including Sundays. I read all on my computer or smartphone.
The Frederick News-Post has a digital version of the paper that I really love. It is the actual paper, in layout and all, but completely digital. The format is similar to a PDF. In the office, we call it the e-edition (electronic).
The Economist, The New York Times, The Asbury Press I usually read my Sunday papers at a busy cafe with a wonderful cup of freshly brewed coffee.
My family buys newspapers all days, I try to read them as often as I can even though I am very critical towards their approach. As for the place...does it really matter?
Almost 10 and wherever I find possibility.