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Pulitzer Prize Awards

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  • I got a spot of good news today

    Rich Roberts, Public Information Officer of the International Union of Police Associations, sent this:  I wanted to inform you that the International Union of Police Associations has chosen your work for our Quill & Badge Award for Excellence in...
  • Review: 'Boy on Ice' by John Branch

    Review: 'Boy on Ice' by John Branch
    Typically, it is difficult to feel compassion for a hockey "goon" whose main job is to try to re-arrange faces in brawls during games. Yet John Branch accomplished that mission in his new book, "Boy on Ice: The Life and Death of Derek Boogaard." He...
  • Review: 'The Glass Cage' by Nicholas Carr

    Review: 'The Glass Cage' by Nicholas Carr
    The opening paragraph of "The Glass Cage," Nicholas Carr's cautionary tale of unchecked technology, puts readers in an airplane on final approach as the Federal Aviation Administration issues a 2013 safety alert. Flight automation, declares the untitled...
  • Marilynne Robinson's grace shines through in 'Lila'

    Marilynne Robinson's grace shines through in 'Lila'
    Over the last decade, Marilynne Robinson has been at work on a project that is more than a little Faulknerian: a series of novels, taking place in 1950s Iowa and revolving around a narrow set of characters, that seeks to use narrative as a tool for...
  • Theater: Six-foot invisible rabbit on stage at DeSales

    A Pulitzer Prize-winning play about a giant, invisible rabbit opens Act 1's 45th season at DeSales University in Center Valley. "Harvey," Mary Chase's comedy of errors, is about Elwood P. Dowd, a charismatic man who makes friends wherever he goes. But...
  • Stop the presses! New football league wants to field Orlando Sentinels

    Stop the presses! New football league wants to field Orlando Sentinels
    A new pro-football league may be coming to Orlando. Please do not stop if you've read this before. In the not-so-illustrious footsteps of the Thunder, Rage, Tuskers, Panthers, Renegades and Blazers, here come the Orlando Sentinels. If that sounds...
  • Taking aim at short-sellers, but misfiring

    Northwest Biotherapeutics, a Bethesda, Md., firm with a purported cancer vaccine in development, has been in a long, bitter battle with short-sellers of its shares. It also has implied that Adam Feuerstein, a reporter for TheStreet.com, may be in...
  • South Florida classical music picks

    South Florida classical music picks
    Thomas Hampson Feb. 15 at New World Center, 500 17th St., Miami Beach; 305-673-3330, NWS.edu. Tickets $35-$60. The celebrated Metropolitan Opera baritone will perform an intimate recital of favorite works before joining the New World Symphony and...
  • Editor's choice: 'Summer of the Dead'

    Editor's choice: 'Summer of the Dead'
    Ackers Gap, W.Va. After my previous travels there, no encouragement was necessary for another excursion. The town is more than merely a speck on an imaginary map, and it is a way to channel my former Chicago Tribune and Pulitzer Prize-winning...
  • BOOKS

    BOOKS
    Happier Hour: You'll need a beer and plenty of time to absorb Donna Tartt's "The Goldfinch," an opportunity that will be provided Thursday night in the NSU Museum of Art's book club. Tartt's sprawling, Pulitzer Prize-winning novel concerns Theo Decker,...
  • When political reporters become scandal chasers [Commentary]

    When political reporters become scandal chasers [Commentary]
    One chilly winter evening in 1988, I was the lone journalist among a small clump of voters gathered inside an old meeting hall in Manchester, N.H. I was there, mostly out of curiosity, to witness the spectacle of a man desperately clinging to a...