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  • Courant Gala Celebrates 250th Anniversary

    Courant Gala Celebrates 250th Anniversary
    The reason went back to the 18th century but the celebration was anything but 250 years old as a sold-out crowd of  business and non-profit leaders, corporate well-knowns, politicians  and local celebrities joined a who’s who of Hartford Courant’s past and present at the newspapers 250th “A Courant Affair” gala Friday at the Bushnell.
  • Remembering Ben Bradlee

    The following editorial appeared in the Dallas Morning News on Thursday, Oct. 23: The name Ben Bradlee elicited sharp emotions for anyone who crossed paths with the Washington Post executive editor during his 1968-91 tenure. Fear and loathing...

    BP breaks new ground in PR, issuing a PR release about its PR release

    Evidently feeling some heat over a corporate press release that somehow found its way into Politico Magazine masquerading as an "opinion" op-ed, BP took the unusual step Wednesday of issuing a corporate press release about it. If you're counting, that's...

    OCT 22 | Printers Row: Clarence Page at Union League Club

    OCT 22 | Printers Row: Clarence Page at Union League Club
    Pulitzer Prize-winner Clarence Page of the Chicago Tribune is one of the most nationally recognized and highly regarded syndicated columnists in the country. His newest book, “Culture Worrier, Selected Columns 1984 – 2014, Reflections on Race,...

    Catasauqua native recounts memories of working for Ben Bradlee

    When Ben Bradlee needed a new secretary in 1990, he asked a Catasauqua native who was working in the Washington Post newsroom. She said no. A bit baffled by the answer, the legendary newspaper editor asked Carol Leggett, who had been working as a...