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Posted on: Apr 17, 2018 | 0 Comments
One of my favorite movies is the 1985 film Fletch, starring Chevy Chase as wise-cracking investigative newspaper reporter Irwin M. Fletcher. Though it’s 33 years old, there’s one line that resonates with me to this day in my daily work. As Fletch’s investigation into “drugs at the beach” widens, his harried editor Frank implores him to stop chasing conspiracy theories and finish the story by saying, “Give me something I can print!” As I work as both an editor and a writer, “Give me something I ... Read More

The 2018 Super Bowl Advertisin ...

Posted on: Feb 05, 2018 | 0 Comments
Welcome to the 2018 Super Bowl Ad Awards For The Non-Poetic! Super Bowl LII is done, the Eagles are Super Bowl champions, the City of Brotherly Love is alive with, umm, celebration, and it’s time to reveal our judging panel’s (me and Office Dog) favorites from this year’s crop of Super Bowl ads. Note that, while everyone has their opinions of the best and worst, funniest and failures, award winners and money wasters, noteworthy and not worthy, our honors may stray wildly from the standard Super Bowl advertising accolades. ... Read More

What The Post (And Ben Bradlee ...

Posted on: Jan 30, 2018 | 0 Comments
For a guy who passed away in 2014, former Washington Post Executive Editor Ben Bradlee is suddenly very popular again. He’s currently being portrayed by Tom Hanks in a new historical drama called The Post, and he was also featured in an HBO documentary, titled The Newspaperman: The Life And Times of Ben Bradlee. While The Post chronicles the newspaper’s battle with the government over the so-called Pentagon Papers, for me, The Newspaperman provided a broader picture of who Ben Bradlee was. Featuring Bradlee’s own ... Read More