Tag Archive | newspapers
The 2009 film “State of Play” delves into the untidy, tangled world of investigate journalism … as well as the untidy, tangled world of Russell Crowe’s hair.
In his afterword to “The Big Silence,” the first of three detective novels featuring private eye Jack Ross, writer Bernard Schopen says: “Rereading something I wrote — be it in the distant past, the recent past, yesterday, an hour ago — is usually an occasion of intense embarrassment. Almost always the gap between the remembered […]
Some say blogging is the new journalism of the 21st century. If they’re including my blog, then we’re in trouble. My most riveting posts include fart jokes and idiotic insights. But then again, those topics are more interesting — and certainly more germane — than the reporting newspapers offer. Newspapers everywhere are crumpling (pun not […]