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New Zealand's best columnist, the Herald 's John Armstrong, has been labelled both "a Labour lackey and a National toady". "One reader has twice offered to drive me to the airport if I would agree to leave the country. Such responses from both sides
The staff of La Costa Canyon High School's newspaper is questioning the motives behind the principal's decision to cut its journalism class as it tries to keep the course alive. I think this has something to do with a story we published last month,
The New York Daily News is facing criticism for doctoring a photo on the cover of its Tuesday newspaper edition, showing a woman sitting in a pool of blood following the aftermath of Monday's Boston Marathon bombing.
Newsgathering Was Never Free," Seven Days, 4/3 All Isn't Lost It took a long time for wide-circulation daily newspapers to sink to this point and it will take a long time for them to come back to some new place in some new iteration. Warren Buffett
But some experts say that sending an online greeting when a printed card is called for can drive a wedge between friends. Sales of traditional greeting cards have fallen by roughly 60% over the past decade, to an estimated $5.4 billion this year a
Courtesy of Keisha DePaz Keisha DePaz gave up her job as a successful lawyer and recently launched a greeting card company called Punch Street from her mother's Queens Village basement. The cards put a new twist on an old-school business by gearing
A proposed California law stands to impact community newspapers across the state. "Assembly Bill 642, authored by Anthony Rendon (D-Bell), proposes to permit the online publishing of public notices by allowing Internet-only entities to become '
RICHARD MINSKY’S CONTROVERSIAL “BILL OF RIGHTS” EXHIBITION COMES TO THE BOSTON BOOK, PAPER & PHOTO EXPO, May 4 -Expo Also Features a Presentation on Tasha
Matches as Memories Lucas Zarebinski Everyone swipes the matches. They were once ephemera written on, burned up in the space of a weekend but they're now a keepsake. Maybe they bring you back to the Hemingway Bar at the Ritz or remind you of the pink-
Putting ID photos on Illinois' food stamp cards would hurt businesses more than it would fight fraud, some say. "[Link card users] will look for places that don't ask for ID," said Joe Mohammad, of East Court Grocery in Kankakee. And that would take