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Daniel Okrent’s 2004 New York Times Column Even More Relevant Today

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  Editor’s Note:  In October 2003, Daniel Okrent was named the first public editor for the New York Times (NYT) following the Jayson Blair...

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From the Midwest to Miami: The Artistic Journey of Tom Seghi

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    Driving through miles of open fields from his hometown of Chicago to DeKalb, Illinois, Tom Seghi was mesmerized by the stark beauty...

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IOUs from Baghdad

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      The day Sergeant Cartwright’s Humvee rolled over an improvised explosive device (IED) and detonated on notorious Route Irish, we...

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Artists’ Mothers by Alex Rocky Ferrer

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    Shortly after Labor Day in 1970, I moved to Provincetown, Massachusetts on the northern tip of Cape Cod, the first North American...

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Killing Griffin
By Anne Bernays

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      Excerpt from Killing Griffin, chapter one.   “The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.” — Ernest...

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Michele Oka Doner Back Then (1990)

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      Editor’s Note: This article by Elisa Turner was originally published in the Miami Herald in September, 1990. It highlights both the...

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