Work by Rob Hiaasen, Capital Gazette shooting victim

Capital Gazette editor Rob Hiaasen was known for his wryly observant writing style and his generous mentoring of young journalists. He wrote a Sunday column for the paper.

Read a profile of Hiaasen here.

In a sentence, Donald Trump is a bluffer (or How I spent my Summer Vacation)

In a sentence, how Capital columnist Rob Hiaasen spent his summer vacation in Ireland.

Rob Hiaasen: A belated Father's Day card

The Capital revisits columnist Rob Hiaasen's Father's Day column

Rob Hiaasen: The end of an unsentimental journey

Capital columnist Rob Hiaasen writes about losing a loved one he hasn't loved in 40 years.

Rob Hiaasen: Cutting off the news

Capital columnist Rob Hiaasen talks cutting off the news

Rob Hiaasen: Growing up means understanding hate in Dixie and the Sunshine State

In the 1960s, I was a child growing up in South Florida. I was taken to Fort. Lauderdale beach before I could even swim. If there was unrest elsewhere in the country, it surely

Rob Hiaasen: Taking a strange, unexpected and personal walk through our newspaper

Rob Hiaasen: I was reading my newspaper the other day when an ad headline shook me to my core — my future passed before my eyes and points lower.

Rob Hiaasen: Maryland, My Maryland

Capital columnist Rob Hiaasen's ode to a life as a Marylander