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  • Variety Nominated for 28 Awards by Los Angeles Press Club

    Variety magazine journalists, articles and graphic design have been nominated for 28 SoCal Journalism Awards given by the Los Angeles Press Club. New York film editor Ramin Setoodeh is nominated for Journalist of the Year in the Print Under 50,000...
  • In 'Point and Shoot,' inside the mind of an unlikely revolutionary

    Growing up in Baltimore, Matthew VanDyke had few friends. He was doted on so much by his mother and grandmother he was still living in his mom’s basement in his mid-20s. The most hair-raising adventure he ever had was with a video-game console....
  • Author Stuart Dybek: Chicago's storyteller

    Author Stuart Dybek: Chicago's storyteller
    The way Stuart Dybek tells it, on the night that he decided to become a writer, the moon rose full and bright over Lake Michigan. It had not been an easy decision. His father, an immigrant from Poland who had pushed his way to foreman at the McCormick...
  • Kremlin backing Ukraine rebels in push for power-sharing reforms

    The Kremlin's top diplomat signaled Tuesday that Russia won't recognize the results of Ukraine's May 25 presidential election unless it is preceded by a "national dialogue" on redistributing power to the regions and an end to Ukrainian troops' efforts...
  • Why did NBC reportedly pay Chelsea Clinton $600,000 a year?

    Why did NBC reportedly pay Chelsea Clinton $600,000 a year?
    NBC's hiring of Chelsea Clinton as a "special correspondent" in its news division was widely recognized as an exercise in corporate cynicism when it was announced in November 2011.  Now a price tag has been hung on that scandal, with Politico's...
  • Egypt announces verdict in Al Jazeera trial will come next week

    After 12 hearings, an Egyptian court said Monday it would hand down a verdict in one week in the case of three journalists for the English-language service of the Qatar-based broadcaster Al Jazeera who have been held for almost six months on terror-...
  • Tearing down 'Deep Throat's' garage, and putting up a ... garden area?

    Joni Mitchell once sang, memorably, “They paved paradise to put up a parking lot.” But in Washington, it’s a parking lot that’s about to bite the bullet. And not just any parking lot, but the famous (infamous?) one in which...
  • Have car shows run out of road?

    Have car shows run out of road?
    At March’s Geneva Motor Show, a 15-minute press conference cost the world’s largest carmakers a cool €550 a second. For many in the industry, such extravagance is looking like an overpriced luxury that it no longer has the stomach for....
  • Recognizing good work [Commentary]

    Recognizing good work [Commentary]
    My husband the sportswriter received an award last week from the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons for a meticulously reported story on the surgery that repaired Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson's devastating knee injury. Talk...
  • Divorce is a risk when she earns more than him

    When I read last week that Angela Ahrendts was getting up to $68m as a welcome gift for joining Apple, my mind skipped at once to her husband. This latest addition to her vast stash of money must catapult her spouse Gregg to the very top of the global my-...