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Atlanta Journal Constitution
Slams Richard Jewell’s Portrayal of the Paper
“While the film may tell truths about Mr. Jewell, the ‘facts’ it portrays about the AJC and its journalists are untruthful, defamatory, and damaging.”
The reporters were real vampire-hunters.
Postmodern Love, by Erin Somers
The writer Erin Somers sits down to write a “Modern Love” column1. The subject is the truncated, never-realized dalliance between herself and […]
‘The Onion’ Is Ending Its Print Publication Entirely
The Onion will stop publishing its last few print publications this December. Crain’s Chicago Business reports that the newspaper version of […]
W. Bruce Cameron and the Decline of the Newspaper Humor Column
Everyone who fondly remembers opening up an actual, physical newspaper to the page of their favorite weekly humor columnist will probably enjoy […]
Prince’s New Album Will Be Free in British Newspapers
Whereas the Internet’s “over,” newspapers are apparently just kickin’.
apropos of nothing
‘Baby Mama’ Success a Boon to Funny Women, Pun-Loving Headline Writers
“‘Baby Mama’ Delivers!” “‘Baby Mama’ Delivers a Win!” “Women Deliver!”
David Simon Lays It On a Little Thick
Defending ourselves from the wrath of David Simon.
‘The Wire’: Can You Really Wiretap a Reporter’s Phone?
And what’s that clicking sound?
At ‘The Onion,’ a Momentous Crossover
Jim Anchower and Smoove B meet at last.
‘Marley & Me’ Author Would Prefer You Ignore His Next Book