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  • Rick Daniels Named Courant Publisher; Nancy Meyer Leaving For Florida Media Group

    Rick Daniels Named Courant Publisher; Nancy Meyer Leaving For Florida Media Group
    HARTFORD — Rick Daniels, a veteran of the New England media industry, was named publisher and chief executive of the Hartford Courant Media Group on Friday, succeeding Nancy A. Meyer, who was promoted to lead a newspaper media group in Florida....
  • Ex-Courant Editor Teutsch Remembered As Dedicated Journalist, Humble Colleague

    Ex-Courant Editor Teutsch Remembered As Dedicated Journalist, Humble Colleague
    Clifford L. Teutsch, a dedicated newspaperman who led The Courant's newsroom through some of its most exhilarating and most turbulent times, died Friday. He was 64. Teutsch served as editor of the Courant from September 2006 to May 2009, and as...
  • 'Kill the Messenger' a cautionary tale for crusading reporters

     'Kill the Messenger' a cautionary tale for crusading reporters
    The key moment in "Kill the Messenger" takes place when imprisoned drug lord Norwin Meneses, suavely played by Andy Garcia, turns to Jeremy Renner's crusading journalist, Gary Webb, and asks a deceptively simple question: "Now that you know the truth,...
  • 'Kill the Messenger' asks some good questions

    'Kill the Messenger' asks some good questions
    *** (out of four) The real-life-based investigative journalism tale “Kill the Messenger” is no “All the President’s Men,” but it’s got quite a story: In the late ‘90s, San Jose Mercury News reporter Gary Webb...
  • Renner sinks his teeth into 'Kill the Messenger' journalist role

    LOS ANGELES Playing the skilled bowman Hawkeye in the "The Avengers" earned Jeremy Renner worldwide recognition. Now, Renner stars in "Kill the Messenger," a special effects-free movie that trades intergalactic battles for arguments over a desk. "Kill...
  • Barbara Mahany on 'Slowing Time'

    Barbara Mahany on 'Slowing Time'
    Publishers Weekly named "Slowing Time: Seeing the Sacred Outside Your Kitchen Door" one of the 10 most anticipated religion books for the fall. But former Chicago Tribune reporter Barbara Mahany would like to tweak that: "It's a spirituality book," she...
  • Review: 'Kill the Messenger' ★★★

    Review: 'Kill the Messenger' ★★★
    "Kill the Messenger," the film about journalist Gary Webb's shocking newspaper stories that connected the Reagan-era CIA to America's crack epidemic, shows just how hard it is to film investigative journalism as a drama and get it right. The film...
  • WWII author Rick Atkinson says faces learning curve for next project

    By Ian Simpson WASHINGTON, Oct 9 (Reuters) - Author Rick Atkinson, who won a Pulitzer Prize for a best-selling World War Two history, said on Wednesday he was facing a steep learning curve for his next project on the American Revolution. After 15...
  • Renner brings richness and character to 'Messenger'

    Without a standout performance by Jeremy Renner, "Kill the Messenger" would have been no more entertaining than a standard History Channel documentary. The clash of journalistic ethics and political posturing that goes on here has historical significance,...
  • Pulitzer Prize winner Charles Krauthammer talks politics in Easton

    Whether you're a Democrat, Republican, independent or none of the above, head to Easton's State Theatre on Oct. 9 for an insightful program by Pulitzer Prize-winning commentator Charles Krauthammer. Named by The Financial Times as the most influential...
  • Wilderness photo plan draws more fire

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration has put the brakes on a plan to charge hundreds of dollars in fees for commercial filming and photography on U.S. forest lands, but critics are far from satisfied. "There is no doubt, as you look at this, that there is...