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  • Local official's threat to sue newspaper for publishing his name backfires in a humongous way

    Kirby Delauter might need to rethink his strategy for keeping his name out of print. The Frederick County, Maryland, councilman's name was published Tuesday in newspapers, websites, news and opinion blogs and seemingly every corner of the Internet...
  • French satire magazine's raison d'etre: mocking, challenging

    The prophet is locked in an embrace, his arm encircling a French cartoonist, their lips locked. They drool. The prophet raises a finger, pointing to a word bubble. “100 lashes if you don’t laugh.” The prophet is on all fours,...
  • Religious sensitivity vs. free speech

    Religious sensitivity vs. free speech
    In the aftermath of the deadly assault on the offices of Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical newspaper, much of the world has rallied in solidarity with the publication, its irreverent cartoonists and their right to free speech. But not everyone is so...
  • Tribune Media to redevelop Times Mirror Square in Los Angeles

     Tribune Media to redevelop Times Mirror Square in Los Angeles
    Tribune Media announced plans Thursday to redevelop Times Mirror Square, home of the Los Angeles Times, and a separate vacant printing plant in nearby Costa Mesa. The Chicago-based media company is seeking partners for both California properties,...
  • Los Angeles Times site to be redeveloped

    Los Angeles Times site to be redeveloped
    Tribune Real Estate Holdings, the owner of the Los Angeles Times building, is seeking partners to help develop properties in downtown L.A. and Orange County. The company said it wants to improve The Times’ longtime home at 1st and Spring streets...
  • Rhubarb rerun: A debate over freedom of expression and blasphemy with a local Islamic leader

    Rhubarb rerun: A debate over freedom of expression and blasphemy with a local Islamic leader
     In 2006, Ahmed Rehab, then communications director and now head of the Chicago Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations and I engaged in an online dialogue sparked by the controversy over the violent response in the Muslim world to the...
  • Chicago Tribune managing editor leaves to pursue personal interests

    Chicago Tribune managing editor leaves to pursue personal interests
    Jane Hirt, who helped lead the Chicago Tribune newsroom through the dark days of bankruptcy and into an unfolding digital future, is stepping down as managing editor to pursue personal interests, the Tribune announced Wednesday. Hirt came to the Chicago...
  • Back in the day, boys basketball was a grown-up game in Baltimore

    Back in the day, boys basketball was a grown-up game in Baltimore
    Back then, we were just a bunch of kid sportswriters covering high school basketball. Clark Judge was at the Evening Sun, Bernie Miklasz was at the Baltimore News-American, and Bill Glauber, Bryan Burwell and I worked for The Sun. Bryan died too young...
  • Open for business: Daily Press now at City Center in Newport News

    Open for business: Daily Press now at City Center in Newport News
    Brenda Head was just a few years into her Daily Press career when she moved into the newspaper's newly constructed Warwick Boulevard office in 1968. Now in her 52nd year with the company, she is moving again. The Daily Press will open for business...
  • George Halas a real pro in fostering NFL-media relationship

    George Halas a real pro in fostering NFL-media relationship
    In the beginning, pro football begged for media attention to help it rise. Almost 100 years later, pro football begs off. In the end, whenever that comes, media attention may hasten pro football's demise. Bears founder George Halas, who practically...
  • John A. Bartgis, newspaperman

    John A. Bartgis, newspaperman
    John A. Bartgis, the former publications manager and senior copy editor in the Office of Communications and Public Affairs at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, died Oct. 28 at Good Samaritan Hospital of acute pancreatitis. He was 87. The son of...