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Today at USA Today

We picked a somewhat awkward time yesterday to arrive at the McLean, Virginia headquarters of USA TodayThe five Back in the Newsroom fellows and I all agreed that the campus sure looked nice. 616 more words

Back In The Newsroom Fellowship

Alyssa Rosenberg: The Uber-ization of Porn

Washington Post — Documentaries about sex work always risk falling prey to moralizing that doesn’t have much to do with the well-being of workers themselves. “Hot Girls Wanted,” a new documentary produced by Rashida Jones that arrives on Netflix today, certainly has concerns about the ways in which consumer demands affect the kind of pornography that’s getting produced and the way doing sex work affects the private lives of the women who are its subjects. 112 more words

Culture

Hey folks our county is in The Washington Post! Oh wait, it's about Kirby. :(

We have to wonder if Kirby and Billy set up a schedule of which one of them is going to embarrass the county each week. On Sunday afternoons do they sit down with their… 379 more words

Old Town Ace Hardware Open for Business | Fireman Mike | Old Town Post

Old Town Ace Hardware is back fully operational.  The Hardware store changed ownership and had been closed since April 12, 2015.  The store is located at 809 S. 20 more words

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Tapper won’t moderate panel at Clinton Global Initiative event

Although we first learned from USA Today about Jake Tapper’s involvement with the Clinton Global Initiative event, where he was scheduled to interview former President Bill Clinton and then lead a panel discussion, Erik Wemple… 233 more words

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Writer's Mail

Writer’s Mail
Tuesdays with Story
May 20, 2015

He said it . . .

“Who wants to become a writer? And why? Because it’s the answer to everything. 1,033 more words

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Why you should stop giving your kid a bath every night

By Lauren Knight

Dirt activist, Oliver. (By Lauren Knight)

When my oldest son was just an infant, we, like so many other new parents, struggled to get him to sleep for long stretches of time at night. 235 more words