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Media Critic Has Fun with SPOILERS Study - Posted August 11, 2011
As far as FishbowlLA is concerned, there can never be too many clever references to the granddaddy of all cinematic achievements, Citizen Kane. A film critic friend of ours in San Francisco, Pam Grady, recent... [FishbowlLA]

Who Gives a F*ck About an Oxford Comma? Plenty of Us, Apparently. - Posted June 30, 2011
Yesterday news broke on Twitter and our sister blog GalleyCat that Oxford University Press was doing away with its namesake comma, eliciting wails of collective grief from grammar nerds throughout the interwebs. Mercifully, the report wasn't exactly true. The Oxford University Press Style Guide remains the... [FishbowlLA]

Kurtz on Magical Self-Pimp Tour of 'Reliable Sources' - Posted February 22, 2011
Howard Kurtz, the Daily Beast's Washington bureau chief and host of CNN's "Reliable Sources" may be the worst offender in D.C. when it comes to promoting his own show and the flattering comments he gets on Twitter.... [FishbowlDC]

LA Weekly Coverage of Lara Logan Assault Criticized by CNN, NY Times - Posted February 22, 2011
It's not just local readers who are offended by LA Weekly blogger Simone Wilson's coverage of the horrific assault on CBS reporter Lara Logan. On Saturday, Maureen Dowd of the NY Times ... [FishbowlLA]

LA Weekly Reporter's Tone Deaf Remarks on Lara Logan Assault - Posted February 16, 2011
Yesterday came the heartbreaking news that CBS Correspondent Lara Logan was beaten and sexually assaulted while reporting from Tahrir Square in Egypt. In a post on the crime for the LA Weekly's Informer blog, Simone Wilson angered many with her commentary. She remarked repeatedly on Logan's good looks and made no... [FishbowlLA]

Brief History of Authors vs. Critics - Posted July 1, 2009
Following yesterday's posts about authors confronting critics on the Internet, Salon.com writer Mary Elizabeth Williams published a fascinating history of the critic-bashing genre. ... [GalleyCat]

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