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They’ll get Gene Lyons out of my newspaper when they pry his column from my cold dead fingers. Well, OK, I’m not exactly sure I’d lay down my life for Lyons, and I’ve never thought of The Evening Sun as … Continue reading
A photographer wanted me to look at a picture as soon as I got to work the other day: A teenage girl with a nasty gash across her forehead, blood streaming down her freckled face. It’s from a drill, … Continue reading
Talk about peer pressure. I got back from vacation last week just in time to sit down in front of the computer and pull up Facebook and read the chatter and see that the favorite Hanover hangout of just about … Continue reading
A report of his death, Mark Twain famously wrote, was greatly exaggerated. So false reports of famous deaths are nothing new. Though in Joe Paterno’s case, the first reports of his death turned out not to so much exaggerated as … Continue reading
That’s a fine-looking A1 page for this week’s Sunday paper. Too bad no one will ever see it. Don’t get me wrong, the one you’ll see in the morning looks pretty good (I hope) and will get you the information … Continue reading