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My vocation as a priestChicago Sun-Times (blog)By NHBill on June 23, 2010 7:34 AM Lest we forget I have provided this link to the Boston Globe's Pulitzer Prize winning coverage of the Catholic Church ...and more »
New York Times (blog)Celebrity Speakers, and Then a Woodsy SummerNew York Times (blog)For Bronx Science, the Washington Post reporter and columnist Gene Weingarten (class of 1968), who won his second Pulitzer Prize this year, addressed the ...and more »
Los Angeles TimesSteinbeck's New York artifacts up for auctionLos Angeles TimesIt was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 1940 and made into a movie that starred Henry Fonda and earned director John Ford an Oscar. ...
American Newspapers and Honor Killings (Updated)The Atlantic... years (and even mentioned them in a couple columns that won a Pulitzer Prize!). Considering the magazine stories on honor killings alone, the Times must ...and more »
Back from the war zones: Sebastian Junger brings it home to MadisonShoreline TimesThat's where the 2009 Pulitzer-Prize-winning correspondent for “Vanity Fair” magazine renowned for his so-called macho journalism in the war zones of Sierra ...and more »
Steinbeck's archive to be auctionedBarre Montpelier Times ArgusIt was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 1939 and made into a movie that starred Henry Fonda and earned director John Ford an Oscar. ...and more »
From Congress to oil, Colonials in the newsThe George Washington University The GW HatchetIn May, Times Square bombing suspect Faisal Shahzad told investigators Al-Awlaki was an inspiration. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Mark Schleifstein ...
Longtime listener has been attending Ojai Music Festival since '49Ventura County StarGooding said the experience primed her for the festival's inclusion last year of Reich's “Double Sextet,” for which he won the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for music ...and more »
The Happy GhostThe MillionsHe has been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize six times. One of his books rose to #1 on the New York Times best-seller list and stayed on the list for more ...
An unlikely baseball factory and its starPhiladelphia InquirerBuzz Bissinger, an Inquirer columnist who won a Pulitzer Prize as a reporter and is the author of "Friday Night Lights" and "Three Nights ...and more »
Amy Goodman visits Google's Mountain View office to present her book "Breaking the Sound Barrier". This event took place on April 30, 2010, as part of the Authors@Google series. Amy Goodman breaks through the corporate medias lies, sound-bites, and silence in this wide-ranging new collection of articles. In place of the usual suspects, the experts who, in Goodmans words, know so little about so much, explain the world to us, and get it so wrong," this accessible, lively collection allows the voices the corporate media exclude and ignore to be heard loud and clear. From community organizers in New Orleans, to the courageous American soldiers who've said "No" to Washington's wars, to the victims of torture and police violence, we are given the extraordinary opportunity to hear ordinary people standing up and speaking out. As Willie Nelson says, "There is no one who should be more on the mainstream media, every day reminding us and giving us a glimpse of the power of one." Written with all of the fierce intelligence and passion for truth that millions have come to expect from Amy Goodmans reportage, Breaking the Sound Barrier is, in Arianna Huffington's words, "crusading journalism at its best." and, here's an example: www.youtube.com
President Obama speaks to the Senate Democratic Policy Committee Issues Conference and takes questions from senators. February 3, 2010.