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Articles from December 21

Food Critic Turns Love of Tamales into Online Musical Tribute
It's not unusual for food critics to rave on and on with loving adjectives about a particular dish. But Ed Murrieta of The News Tribune in Tacoma, Wash., has taken it to a new level -- putting his admiration to music. Murrieta, who has waxed poetic...
Lexington Newspaper Guild Takes Contract Fight -- to YouTube
The Newspaper Guild contract fight at the Lexington (Ky.) Herald-Leader, which has ranged from union radio ads attacking management to a publisher's letter criticizing the guild, has now reached YouTube.com. The Lexington Newspaper Guild, which...
The Good, the Bad, the Ugly: Finding Balance in Reporting about Mormons
As a professional journalist and a Mormon the level of negative rhetoric about my faith in the news media recently amazes me. As I review the good, the bad and the ugly written about GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, a truism seems to hold....
University of Iowa Newspaper Endorses McCain, Obama
The Daily Iowan Friday endorsed Barack Obama and John McCain for the Jan. 3 Iowa caucuses, becoming the second student-run newspaper in the state to endorse that pair. "Obama's commanding oratorical abilities should not distract voters from his...
What's Up, Murdoch? He Takes #1 Slot in Top 10 Newspaper Industry Stories of 2007
Herewith my annual list of the top ten newspaper industry stories -- not all of them grim. 10. Bilal Hussein The Associated Press photographer, first detained by U.S. and Iraqi military in 2006 for undefined terror-related crimes, spent the entire...
Why Sam Zell Avoids the 'Big Lies' of New Owners
(Commentary) When it comes to philosophers, the British like classically trained academicians, the French like contrarians with a radical political streak, and Americans, well, we like rich people. He can be a heartless boss like Andrew Carnegie...
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