Category Archives: Journalism

Like journalists, illustrators like Rockwell and Nast speak to the masses

Great artists don’t reproduce history, they interpret it. Earlier this week I went out to Stockbridge, Massachusetts to the museum dedicated to illustrator, Norman Rockwell. I’ve said since my art school days that the major diff. between a fine artist and … Continue reading

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Terrorism then, terrorism now

The attacks in Brussels are taking me back 31 years. When I first arrived at USA Today, I was assigned to the library (which served as the news clippings morgue) as well as a research center. It was also where … Continue reading

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Journopalooza!

Local news media held their annual Journopalooza  – Battle of the Media Bands – at the Hard Rock Cafe in D.C. Translated that means that a solid crop of Washington’s reporters, editors, television people and more came together to drink, socialize … Continue reading

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