Anthony M. Amore is a columnist with the Boston Herald and the head of security at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum since 2005, where he is charged with efforts to recover 13 works of art stolen on March 18, 1990. He regularly blogs for The Huffington Post, drawing on his 15 years of national security, law, intelligence and crisis management experience with two federal government agencies, including his part in stopping the so-called "Shoe-Bomber" in 2001. Amore is also a trustee of the Association for Research into Crimes against Art and a lecturer in the study of art crime.
Tom Mashberg is an award-winning investigative reporter and the former Sunday Editor for the Boston Herald newspaper. During his 30-year career he has reported for The New York Times and The Boston Globe, as well as writing for Vanity Fair and many other publications. He was called “the quintessential newspaperman” by FOX-TV’s America’s Most Wanted.