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MBQ | New Study: Facebook Causes Depression, Envy?

Most of us in Boston have experienced some form of this over the past month. Envy. Anger. Frustration? Even depression?

As we posted whiny pictures of the 104.1 inches of snow that has fallen this winter, and scrolled through beach pictures from our friends in Florida, or vacation pics and check-ins from warm spots all over the world, those emotions are understandable. 234 more words


Reflections and Expectations: I Did Good Tonight

It’s been a month filled with personal developments that I feel, as always, can best be shared in this space. Let’s look back at my month that was and look ahead to the month of March in this edition of  605 more words

On This Sunday

Fans Remember Stan Chamber’s Legacy

Days after longtime KTLA reports Stan Chambers died, fans continued to share their memories. 17 more words

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Stan Chambers, Gentleman of the Press

Whenever anyone used that fine old phrase “gentlemen of the press,” there was one man who came to my mind: Stan Chambers, who died Friday… 262 more words

Local News

On This Sunday: Stan Chambers

This week has been a difficult one in the world of journalism.

Aside from the career changes and developments involving Brian Williams and Jon Stewart, the journalism world lost three respectable figures this week — Bob Simon of CBS News, David Carr of the New York Times and Stan Chambers of KTLA-TV in Los Angeles. 82 more words

On This Sunday

When one door opens

                                                         Stan Chambers Day 2008 KTLA News Set

       I was sadden to hear the news, about the passing of Mr. Chambers. I saw the photos played on the news yesterday and thought back to the book report  I chose to do about him in journalism class. 639 more words

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Big shoes to fill and giant steps to take

It’s been a dark month for journalists. We’re losing our mentors and teachers and friends.

I’m not talking about Brian Williams’ fall from grace because of alleged fabrications. 889 more words