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  1. A girl named PurityRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 7 | The Star Online

    Jonathan Franzen's latest novel Purity is a big book, in size at least. "Once upon a time, it had sufficed to write The Sound And The Fury or The Sun Also Rises ," writes Franzen through one of his mouthpiece characters, a writer named Charles, whom he humiliatingly emasculates by paralysing him from the waist down.


  2. 'Heyyy :)' Renewed Playboy will feature Instagram model on the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | National Post

    ... explorations of topics such as birth control and immigration and a reinvigoration of the kinds of thoughtful journalism it published in the '60s - much of it now written by and reporting on women. "Nudity's not provocative anymore. It used to be ...


  3. Group Accused of Promoting Rape Culture Cancels MeetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | WVII

    ... dream. He is not a stranger to the northeast! He graduated from Boston University's Masters Program in Broadcast Journalism in December. During his time at BU, he did everything from doing Play-by-Play for Women's Hockey games to reporting on the ...


  4. New York Runs Away With It at the National Magazine AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Advertising Age

    There were two clear winners at Monday night's National Magazine Awards: New York magazine and departing Esquire editor David Granger. But the sentimental standout was Mr. Granger, who is leaving Esquire at the end of March after 19 years editing the magazine.


  5. Carol Erikson Visits The Evergreens, Speaks About Her Life and Broadcasting CareerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 |

    The Evergreens in Moorestown recently welcomed Emmy award-winning television personality and journalist Carol Erikson to the community for a special lecture entitled "Connect with Carol Erikson." Erikson is a respected meteorologist, broadcaster and former CBS 3 reporter, as well as a published author and devoted animal welfare activist.


  6. Mahmoud Abbas, incitement, and Palestinian politicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Australia/Israel and Jewish Affairs Council

    January 29, 2016 Number 01/16 #04 This Update features three articles discussing how Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas fits into the more problematic aspects of Palestinian politics, such as incitement to terrorism and misuses of foreign aid - as well as his current position within his own Fatah party. We lead with some strong comment on Abbas role in the current violence from David Horowitz, editor of the Times of Israel.


  7. Media coverage of epidemics can slow rate of diseaseRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 28 | York University

    The media can play a large role in helping to slow the spread of the disease during an epidemic, say researchers from York University in Toronto and Shaanxi Normal University in China. They found that mass media coverage during an epidemic had an impact on changing people's behaviour.


  8. Writer's Journey: Dawn Anahid MacKeen on 'The Hundred-Year Walk'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 |

    Ms. MacKeen is an award-winning investigative journalist and author of the newly released memoir , " The Hundred-Year Walk: An Armenian Odyssey " . Previously she was a staff writer at Salon , Newsday , and Smart Money .


  9. A Woman's TrialsRead the original story

    Jan 12, 2016 | The Little Professor

    The semester will begin in a couple of weeks, so let's get back into the swing of things with some Catholic fiction. Grace Ramsay's triple-decker A Woman's Trials was published by Hurst and Blackett, whichtended to be lower-c catholic about whom it brought out; it's telling that they somehow managed to get both John Cumming and Nicholas Wiseman on their lists.


  10. Caregiving For Seniors Can Be Overwhelming - Cynthia Martindale...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 24, 2015 | 24-7 Press Release

    In a recent article titled 'A New Outlook On Caregiving' in the Herald Tribune, Harold Bubil described his experience as a first-time caregiver. Bubil, a newspaper editor and columnist, talked about how that experience gave him a new perspective on caregiving.


  11. Monica Lewinsky launches anti-bullying emoji keyboardRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2015 | WSOCTV

    Monica Lewinsky has launched a new series of anti-bullying emojis, meant to give people a quick way to lend support to a friend. "Cyberbullying, trolling, and online harassment can ensnare public officials and celebrities but also private citizens, whether teens or college kids or adults," she wrote in a piece for Vanity Fair, where she is a contributing editor.


  12. When Did It Become Okay....Read the original story

    Aug 30, 2015 | WBAL-AM Baltimore

    ... us, and not the people we're covering. Let me also say this, in spite of the killings in Virginia, practicing journalism in the U.S. is still a pretty safe job. TheCommittee to Protect Journalists says last year, 61 journalists were killed around ...


  13. Today's whistle-blowing challengeRead the original story

    Feb 16, 2015 |

    ... on computer projects for the military. Now he sees himself as a journalist and has said of that profession, "If journalism is good, it is controversial, by its nature." A second whistleblower, who enters the picture, is that of Army intelligence ...


  14. Must-reads of the weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2015 | Columbia Journalism Review

    The missing Charlie Hebdo cartoons - "For the media organizations that decide to cut these pictures or blur them out, I just find that to be reprehensible." The Knight Science Journalism Tracker's last post - "After five-and-a-half years as a media critic at the Tracker, I'm more convinced than ever that science writing is thriving."


  15. Presenting the Award-Winning Documentary "You Have His Eyes" in Celebration of Adoption MonthRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2014 | 24-7 Press Release

    In celebration of adoption month we are proud to announce the documentary film You Have His Eyes will continue its record breaking festival circuit run throughout the month of November. Christopher Wilson's personal journey has now become the most highly accoladed film dealing with the subject of adoption on the market today.


  16. Cisco's $1.4B Jasper Technologies Acquisition Signals Major IoT MoveRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2012 | The WHIR

    Cisco announced last week that it will acquire Jasper Technologies , a Silicon Valley-based cloud-based Internet-of-Things service platform provider that calls itself the "on switch" for IoT. The Jasper platform is used by many of the world's largest enterprises and service providers, allowing them to connect devices ranging from cars to pacemakers to jet engines over cellular networks.


  17. 40 years in the fast lane: A Brief History of Stock Car Racing MagazineRead the original story w/Photo

    May 29, 2006 | Stock Car Racing Magazine

    When Stock Car Racing was launched in 1966, Robert Yates was working as a mechanic for hourly wages, Richard Petty was on his way to becoming the King, and a young man by the name of Richard Childress was on the verge of a career that parallels the growth No, just a minute. It's a story, too, about people-people with a dream.And they all have one thing in common.


  18. Ian Mader named AP's news editor in FloridaRead the original story

    Monday Feb 8 | Greenwich Citizen

    ... against activists. Mader's Spanish skills, his international experience and his commitment to cross-format journalism will be an asset to AP's coverage of the cosmopolitan state of Florida. He will lead a team of talented journalists in telling the ...


  19. theWhy Twittera s a Algorithmic Timelinea Is a Good ThingIt may make...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | New York Magazine

    The algorithm is coming. On Friday night, BuzzFeed reported that "as soon as next week" Twitter would be introducing an "algorithmic timeline," which would "reorder tweets based on what Twitter's algorithm thinks people most want to see," unlike the current timeline, which is arranged in reverse chronological order.


  20. Continuity IRA claims responsibility for boxing match weigh-in hitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    Irish police said they are keeping an open mind after dissident republican terrorists claimed they murdered a gangster at a Dublin hotel during a weigh-in for a boxing match. The Continuity IRA claimed responsibility for gunning down David Byrne, 33, from Crumlin in the Irish capital, and wounding two others at the Regency Hotel on Friday afternoon.