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2014/11/20 15:09
2014/11/20 15:09
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In keeping with his reputation as a satirist, he was never averse to mocking his Hollywood masters. With the success of The Graduate he could have written his own meal-ticket in Tinseltown. What do...
2014/11/20 15:09
2014/11/20 15:09
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2014/11/20 14:12
2014/11/20 14:12
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From Burton and Taylor’s ugly marital war in Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf (1966) right through to Aaron Sorkin’s snappily expressed Washington intrigue in Charlie Wilson’s War (2007), Mike Nichols...
2014/11/20 14:08
2014/11/20 14:08
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As the New Republic celebrates its 100th birthday, how are we best to understand the magazine's century of ostentatious chin-stroking? As an attempt to declare by fiat a consensus politics for a...
2014/11/10 03:50
2014/11/10 03:50
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... have the best job in the world. You get paid to cause trouble. That's cool," says Jim VandeHei of POLITICO, which has been hailed for its coverage of national politics and Washington...
2014/11/03 23:14
2014/11/03 23:14
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Midterm elections often lack the hoopla of presidential elections. So if on Tuesday you find your political motivation lacking when it comes to heading to heading out to the voting booth, check out...
2014/11/03 05:26
2014/11/03 05:26
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The columnist Joseph Alsop at his Georgetown home in September of 1974.Credit Photograph by George Tames / The New York Times / Redux Washington, D.C., is a two-industry town. In theory, the people...
2014/11/02 00:38
2014/11/02 00:38
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Who elected the American news media? – Tom Plate Published: 2 November 2014 Benjamin C. Bradlee, who has died at 93, was a far more thoughtful editor than he appeared to be. Sure, the Harvard...
2014/10/31 07:56
2014/10/31 07:56
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Published: Friday, October 31, 2014, 12:01 a.m. Post’s Bradlee sent off in eclectic style that fit his life Ben Bradlee had a good life — and a great funeral.It was, for one thing, almost certainly...
2014/10/30 21:56
2014/10/30 21:56
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MAY WE NOTE LEST WE FORGET. The day after Benjamin Crowninshield Bradlee died last week, I told my audience that I was going to open my remarks with a question, and I knew I was going to be depressed...
2014/10/30 01:19
2014/10/30 01:19
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If the funeral of Benjamin Crowninshield Bradlee marked the end of an era in Washington journalism, the invitation-only funeral reception marked the end of another kind: A last hurrah for the A-list...
2014/10/29 00:05
2014/10/29 00:05
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Following the death last week of legendary Washington Post executive editor Ben Bradlee at age 93, there have been many warm remembrances of his tough-guy style as he sought "holy sh*t stories,"...
2014/10/28 22:36
2014/10/28 22:36
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My hero died last week.Long before I became executive editor of the Star-Telegram, Ben Bradlee was the guy I wanted to be like. Bradlee, longtime executive editor of The Washington Post, died Oct. 21...
2014/10/28 16:19
2014/10/28 16:19
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Four decades ago, Ben Bradlee told us his general theory of newspapering and life: “Nose down, ass up and moving steadily forward into the future.” He understood the past and its importance, but he...
2014/10/28 13:48
2014/10/28 13:48
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His name elicited sharp emotions for anyone who crossed paths with The Washington Post executive editor during his 1968-91 tenure. Fear and loathing probably topped the list for politicians. For...
2014/10/26 23:03
2014/10/26 23:03
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Page three is the most popular spot in this paper, I'm told, with reporting on the silly lives of showbizzy types contributing lots to keeping circulation figures buoyant. Beyoncé and Rihanna...
2014/10/26 08:13
2014/10/26 08:13
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One of the giants of journalism passed away last week, when Ben Bradlee, former executive editor of the Washington Post, finally left us at the age of 93. For those who may not remember, Bradlee was...
2014/10/25 13:06
2014/10/25 13:06
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Former Washington Post Executive Editor Ben Bradlee Considering the Washington Post's current descent into neo-con dystopia, this weeks passing of former Executive Editor Ben Bradlee, still brings...
2014/10/24 17:52
2014/10/24 17:52
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When one is a child, it may be someone like Superman or The Lone Ranger. An adolescent may idolize a star athlete or a movie star. For adults, it is often hard to find someone that personifies an...
2014/10/24 15:14
2014/10/24 15:14
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... riding on this execpt, uh, the First Amendment to the Constitution, freedom of the press and maybe the future of the country." The "this" in question, of course, was his newspaper's...
2014/10/23 03:39
2014/10/23 03:39
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Notes on a golf scorecard from the endangered species that is the LSU Golf Course … … It’s a sad state of affairs when LSU coach Les Miles has to beg LSU football fans to come early and stay late for...
2014/11/20 15:09
2014/11/20 15:09
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