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In The Face Of Terror (III)

The splash of cold water stung my face. My eyelids fluttered open in shock, and I gasped for air. I don’t know how long I was out, but I was lying on the floor and my left hand had been bandaged. 2,202 more words

Lil Pieces Of Fiction

Good News for Journalists and Freelancers from Contently

Just a quick shout-out to Contently, who’s doing some exciting stuff. First of all, it’s launching a nonprofit arm to do investigative journalism, which seems like the ideal way to do investigative journalism. 14 more words

Journalism

Fact check: cave-washed cheese

Consider this blurry photograph of a description of cheese, alongside the cheese in question.

One phrase in particular might catch your eye, as it did mine this past Sunday: “Washed in our caves” 357 more words

Life In The City

Rigged Game: Brought to you by Big Media, remotely local news

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Your local newspaper is not as local as you’d like to think. In some cases, not even producing the news content is produced locally. 279 more words

Newspaper

In The Face of Terror (II)

“Please don’t kill me”

“Please don’t kill me”

I kept mumbling this to myself like it were a prayer.

I no longer had any idea how long we had been driving when we suddenly stopped. 825 more words

Lil Pieces Of Fiction

The Truth about Friction

           Dr. Cornel West is undaunted by friction. In fact, West knows that friction is a vital element to spur change and convert the ideological reconstruction of an authoritarian government—specifically the U.S. 1,058 more words

Articles

Michelle Reed Investigates: Shelby Co. DA, law enforcement in public feud

BY Michelle Reed

SHELBY COUNTY, TX (KTRE) -With a printed feud continuing to create ripples throughout the community, Shelby County officials and law enforcement refused to talk about recent allegations each party made against each other in two East Texas newspapers. 329 more words

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