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So What Do You Do, Noah Rosenberg, Founder, CEO and EIC of Narratively? - Posted October 20, 2014
If there's anything you should get from Noah Rosenberg's story, it's that you should probably keep a notebook next to your bed -- the brilliant thought that strikes you just before shut-eye could very well turn into a viab... [morningmedianewsfeed]

So What Do You Do, Noah Rosenberg, Founder, CEO and EIC of Narratively? - Posted October 20, 2014
If there's anything you should get from Noah Rosenberg's story, it's that you should probably keep a notebook next to your bed -- the brilliant thought that strikes you just before shut-eye could very well turn into a viab... [FishbowlNY]

How an LA Times Reporter Learned to Face Death to Understand Life - Posted January 14, 2014
In the 2010 HBO documentary about his life, Dr. Jack Kevorkian espoused what he had learned after years of helping disease-addled patients end their own lives: Once you accept death as part of life, you... [morningmedianewsfeed]

How an LA Times Reporter Learned to Face Death to Understand Life - Posted January 14, 2014
In the 2010 HBO documentary about his life, Dr. Jack Kevorkian espoused what he had learned after years of helping disease-addled patients end their own lives: Once you accept death as part of life, you... [FishbowlNY]

NYC-TV Get's LAT's OK - Posted May 28, 2007
For some unknown reason, the LA Times editors think a story about NYC-TV, the city gov't channel, is a Politics:National story. Writing a... [FishbowlLA]

LAT in 90 - Posted March 5, 2007
Santa Monica already has the nuts. Santa Monica tries again to control the squirrels--birth control shots. Of course, the shots can cost up to 10 bucks each, and don't start working for three months. Maybe the city should try abstinence-only... [FishbowlLA]

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