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Illinois peeps, check out - William Gaines, Prizewinning Investigative Reporter, Dies at 82

A longtime journalist whose reporting on corruption in Chicago won two Pulitzer Prizes.. via NYT Business Day http://ift.tt/2a6GWgq

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Kids continue to be left in hot cars. It's time for a real solution

A recent press release from GM headlined “GM leads industry with new Rear Seat Reminder” had me excited. Briefly. Then I read it. Four paragraphs about how our busy lives can lead us to forget a briefcase, a lunch or even, gasp, a kid, in the back seat and how the new feature in coming Acadias would lead the way for a technological advance in saving that lunch. 849 more words

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How serving as a Pulitzer juror made me a better journalism teacher

Being invited to serve on a Pulitzer jury is probably a little like getting accepted to Hogwarts: You receive a letter written on really nice stationary with instructions to show up at a certain place and time. 449 more words

Journalism Education

100th Annual Pulitzer Prizes: Los Angeles Times, AP Among Honorees

The Associated Press won the top honor as the 100th annual Pulitzer Prizes were handed out on Monday, and the Los Angeles Times won for breaking news coverage of the San Bernardino massacre. 546 more words

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The 2016 Pulitzer Prize Winners

The 2016 Pulitzer Prizes winners have been announced: The New Yorker’s Emily Nussbaum won the prize for criticism. Lin-Manuel Miranda won the drama prize for “Hamilton.” The New York Times’s… 203 more words

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Pulitzer Prizes mark 100th year with Monday's awards

The Pulitzer Prizes, established in 1917 with a bequest from trail-blazing publisher Joseph Pulitzer, are marking their 100th year on Monday with the announcement of the winners of what are regarded as the most prestigious awards in American journalism. 271 more words

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George Cotkin's Feast of Excess captures a seminal time in American culture

Now listen, everyone: Silence, please! Precisely, four minutes and thirty-three seconds of silence, at Maverick Hall, near Woodstock, N.Y., on Aug. 29, 1952, rocked the musical establishment. 975 more words

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