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  • People on the Move

    People on the Move
    Promotions, hires and recognition at South Florida employers. Culinary Angel León was appointed executive chef of Modern Garden, a hot stone and crudo lounge, in Miami, owned by Carlos and Maryam Miranda. In addition, Chef León will oversee their...
  • Journalism professor's lessons live on

    Journalism professor's lessons live on
    It was 37 years ago when we met, a frightened student and a rumpled teacher in an awkward moment that changed a life. It was a hot early summer day in the rural Midwest, and I was wandering the empty halls of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, a...
  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist Bryan Burwell dies at 59

    No one liked game day more than Bryan Burwell. He loved the camaraderie of the press box, the ebb and flow of that day's athletic event, and the labor of love in bringing that event to life for Post-Dispatch readers. Burwell, a longtime sports...
  • Ex-GOP leader now trains journalists for partisan group

    WASHINGTON Since Kirby Wilbur quit as chairman of the Washington state Republican Party last year, he's held a job that would seem a tricky balance: training objective journalists at an overtly partisan organization. Wilbur is executive director of the...
  • Twain House Hosting Talk With Ultra-Conservative Author Mark Steyn

    Twain House Hosting Talk With Ultra-Conservative Author Mark Steyn
    If you haven't had your fill of political debate and chatter, you can get a heaping helping when the Mark Twain House & Museum presents ultra-conservative Canadian author, recording artist and rights activist Mark Steyn in conversation with award-...
  • Reg Henry: The journalist will get the last laugh

    Every so often, young people visit us here at the word factory to see if they would like to pursue careers in journalism. Given the politically motivated bad-mouthing of the industry these past 30 years, a visit to a newspaper might seem an unlikely...
  • No laughing matter: China's media regulators ban puns

    No laughing matter: China's media regulators ban puns
    It just got a little less fun to be a headline writer in China. China’s media regulators have put out a new edict to copywriters, directing them to keep their groaners to themselves. It’s no laughing matter – the State General...
  • States train officials in public records access

    WASHINGTON When Washington state Rep. Gerry Pollet took office in December 2011, one of the first things he said he did was start preparing a bill that would require open government training for public officials. As a citizen activist and public interest...
  • 'Quo Vadis' challenges the mission of S. Korean churches

    'Quo Vadis' challenges the mission of S. Korean churches
    As night falls in many South Korean cities, the sky glows a reddish orange from crosses sitting atop churches large and small. This country of 50 million has more than 58,000 churches — one for about every 860 people — and nearly a third of...
  • Rubber-stamp writing

    Journalism is produced at speed, and the writer reaching for an expression in a hurry is like a short-order cook going to the shelf for the most familiar ingredients. Journalism is also highly formulaic—write one obituary, and you can write a...
  • Sorting through the media's intentions in covering Ferguson

    Sorting through the media's intentions in covering Ferguson
    As the curtain closes on the latest episode of "Ferguson," the media series, it is fair to wonder whether events might not have spiraled out of control to the extent they did had the media settled on another topic. Ebola, say. Remember that one? I'm...