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Back in the day when I worked really hard at being a reporter, I would sometimes ponder how my job compared to other jobs. (OK. Those who know me may be wondering just how far back we have to go in order to see me working really hard, but let me make my...
Change of SubjectMichael Wolff in USA Today on rumors that the "ultrarich and ultraconservative Koch brothers might like to build a conservative media empire from the old Tribune Co." -- includiing this newspaper: Curiously, most of the papers they are proposing to......
Q: A bit of a long shot here. I'm writing from outside London, UK, and am trying to trace a recipe that appeared in the Chicago Tribune back in the '50s/'60s. Told you it was a long shot! I'm looking for a recipe that appeared way back when ... it's...
FrameworkAfter a 1917 U.S. Supreme Court decision, the Los Angeles Times campaigns against billboards in residential areas....
Although News Corp. plans to divide into two separate publicly traded companies in a few months, Rupert Murdoch won't see much division in his annual compensation. Instead he will get a little addition. Murdoch's combined salary, bonus and other...
From 1909 until 1939, marathons were run from Laurel to Washington or Baltimore. After the first few marathons, they not only became AAU-sanctioned, but the race was one of the qualifying marathons for the U.S. Olympic team. There was one constant in...
Tags: Boston Marathon, Olympic Games, Running, Sports, Road Running
Tribune criticAnd they said the gentle art of literary criticism was dead, confined to irrelevance. Not this week, gentle reader. Not in Chicago. Not in the heat of L'affaire de Shteir. What book review in the history of Chicago literature — heck, what recent...
There are probably people at the Smithsonian Institution who wish they hadn't bothered to hire John Brown to help them research a television documentary. Brown is a U.S.-educated Australian living in Germany, a project manager for an aircraft...
The Baltimore SunIn the Netflix miniseries "House of Cards," Kate Mara plays a young reporter deeply involved in the world of Washington politics. But the 30-year-old performer says she has no particular interest in journalism or political life. She's just acting the...
Being an actuary is the best job in America, according to Career Cast, due to its "high pay, low stress, a robust hiring outlook, a healthy work environment and minimal physical exertion." No region in the country has more actuaries per capita than metro...
McPaper. That's what critics called USA Today when it debuted in 1982, all colorful and breezy and even a little weird. The paper was mocked as fast-food news, or worse, junk food news. As an 11-year-old newspaper fan, I recall being keenly interested...
What are your memories of Al Neuharth, and impressions on his impact in journalism and South Dakota? I was at the Minneapolis airline terminal in the early '80s when I bought USA Today for the first time and was pleased beyond expectations. A breath of...
Tags: Germany, USA Today, Journalism, Newspaper and Magazine
May 4, 2013 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
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Apr 26, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Mar 24, 2013 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Apr 26, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
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Mar 27, 2013 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Apr 23, 2013 |Story| Hartford Courant
Apr 21, 2013 |Story| Aberdeen News
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