Matthew Hay Brown

Writer

As Senior Editor for Investigations and Enterprise, Brown directs the investigations team, works with all reporters on enterprise and projects and plans and edits the Sunday newspaper. Brown has worked as a Washington correspondent and a foreign correspondent; he has reported in English and Spanish from Iraq, Syria, Cuba, Haiti, Russia, China, Japan, South Africa and other countries. He was a member of the team that won the 1999 Pulitzer Prize in Breaking News Reporting. He holds a master's degree with honors from the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University.

Recent Articles

  • The Who roar to life at MGM National Harbor

    The Who roar to life at MGM National Harbor

    After a lifetime of hearing the music of one of the all-time great bands — whether listening, as a fan, or simply absorbing it, through the culture — there’s something about finding yourself in the same room with it. Particularly when the band produces a sound as distinctive as the Who does, with...

  • The Zombies share psychedelic joy with 1960s hits, new material at the Birchmere

    The Zombies share psychedelic joy with 1960s hits, new material at the Birchmere

    Here’s a thing you notice, watching the Zombies live: Colin Blunstone seems to be having the time of his life. Blunstone — the whispery, soulful voice on “She’s Not There” and “Time of the Season” and a dozen other pop classics of the 1960s — beamed throughout the band’s appearance Monday at the...

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