Network anchors, cable hosts head to Egypt →
Where to follow the events in Egypt on the Web →
Movie Line Interview with Chris Pratt on P&R,... →
Chris Rosen in the house!
I buried the lede with that last link: ASBURY... →
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"In related news, your Italian grandmother is... →
Note to publicists: When there is some news you would like reporters to write about — especially when it’s the sort of news that most reporters will probably think is “Eh” and/or “Zzzzzzz” — maybe don’t send out the press release a full 24 hours after someone from your company has already blogged about all the details?
First off, a pro is necessarily getting paid to do what he does, and that’s a...– Chris Jones, of Esquire, dropping some science on a young writer. (via capitalnewyork)
I take issue with No. 8. →
Olbermann, who’s been mad as hell on many occasions, whether railing...– Cutline
It’s a week before the biggest day of her life, and Anna Williams is...– Just go read it
Can't stop reading this →
Sometimes I like new music.
Great roundup of winter songs over at Capital New... →
CAT POWER - “KING RIDES BY” Joe Pompeo, a writer for Yahoo!’s Cutline blog and a Capital contributor, on the diagnosis: “When I was 19, during the dead of February, I would sit on my bedroom floor chain-smoking Parliament lights and listening to What Would the Community Think? by Cat Power. Vitamin D-oriented this album is not. In fact, I’m pretty sure that when Chan...
Love how Sarah Palin's email line for press...
Dear Joe, Thank you very much for your interest in interviewing Governor Sarah Palin. At the current time your request is under consideration. Should Governor Palin be available for an interview, someone from the Office of Sarah Palin or SarahPAC will contact you directly. Meanwhile, we kindly direct you to her Facebook page where she most frequently comments. Thank you for your inquiry.
My piece on how the weeklies handled Tucson →
"Our apologies to the crime desk at the News; nice... →
A lot of people who make, read and love magazines have called me a naysayer...– Ouch
Longreads: AIDS and Media Coverage, the Early... →
longreads: Rare cancer seen in 41 homosexuals 1981. New York Times. Lawrence K. Altman. 903 words / 3.5 minutes No mention of AIDS, no utter of HIV, but this is where mainstream media’s coverage of AIDS starts, with the New York Times first mention of a new disease in 1981. The author who broke the story still writes for the Times. His most recent piece, about Giffords’ brain...
‘MAD EYES OF A KILLER’ is the headline. I don’t think it...– Wood War
And it's alright, baby, I'm doing the best I can. →
Escape from Berlin