Monthly Archives: August 2012

And the story pitch…

It’s true – you never forget your first city editor. Jim Sneddon, who is now city controller in York, Pa., provided a certain brash, young reporter with valuable guidance at the start of his career in 1984. I thought of … Continue reading

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Learning to lead

“When you are a person of influence, people look to you for cues and clues. We all know people who make the workplace better and brighter just by showing up. They combine realism and pragmatism with hope and a relentlessly … Continue reading

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Correct me if I’m wrong?

Funny coincidence: The other night I sent my partner in crime a text with the word “Clamato” – you know, the drink mix. Or so I thought. What she received was the auto-corrected work “calamari”  – which made absolutely no … Continue reading

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Hollywood goes to social media

I’ll admit to liking the movie “Ted.” Seth McFarlane, in my opinion, is a subversive comedy genius. But how has the raunchy film about a foul-mouthed teddy bear and his human best pal become the  most successful R-rated comedy of … Continue reading

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