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The Baltimore SunToday marks the 132nd anniversary of the birth of H.L. Mencken, the influential writer, journalist, satirist and social critic known as the "Sage of Baltimore," who died at the age of 75 in 1956. In a video first posted in January (above), The Sun's...
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When local author Rosalia Scalia visited India, she was able to sit down with Amandeep Sandhu, author of "Sepia Leaves." She was kind enough to recount her meeting for Read Street. We'll break her missive into a parts, starting with her description of the...
The Baltimore SunA conversation with a colleague prompted me to draw an important distinction in long-form journalism between the thumbsucker and the goat-choker. The thumbsucker, long a journalistic staple, is the article that tells you What It's All About. Thumbsuckers...
The Baltimore SunIndulge me for a moment while I repeat something I have been trying to get journalists to hear for twenty years. One reason that newspaper journalism has been faltering is the stubborn adherence of journalists to a language no one else uses. The readers...
Editor: A single disgruntled teacher makes a statement at a community meeting in Edgewood and The Aegis prints a "front page, above the fold" article that states "teachers want the Superintendent of schools to be gone." No surveys, no data, just one...
The Baltimore SunYessssssss. God is in his heaven, and for a couple of minutes Thursday night during CNN's GOP debate, the relationship between the press and grandstanding TV politicians was finally back in balance. When moderator Wolf Blitzer asked Newt Gingrich if...
The Baltimore SunI have a million other things to write about, and about 500,000 of them have been rightfully ordered up by editors. Despite that, and a growing momentum this Friday night in Baltimore that nothing matters in the world except the Ravens playoff game...
David Damron writes: "Born and raised in the northeast, I moved south to finish college and graduated from the University of Florida in 1995. After covering schools, social services and governemnt in Lake County, I headed to Orlando to cover the Florida...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsSome Kansas journalists are concerned about what happened at the Governor's mansion in January. That's why an attorney representing the Topeka Capital-Journal and the Kansas Press Association asked for an investigation into seven dinners with Governor...
It's often said that Americans fear public speaking more than snakes, spiders or IRS agents. When I took this job, I was initially daunted by the amount of public speaking it entailed. But as I approach my third anniversary in the editor's chair, I am...
Tags: College Sports, Language, Journalism, Values, Language
Kenny Lopez brings almost 10 years of experience to WGNO News. He got his first taste of the TV News Biz while interning for ABC's"Good Morning America." Soon after he landed a job as a News Assistant and Field Producer for WNYW FOX 5 News in The Big...
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