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Italian Recipes & Starchild: Coming Attractions - Posted June 7, 2013
Here are some handpicked titles from our ... [GalleyCat]

NJ Going Through Major Revamp, Layoffs, Buyouts, and a Search for an Editor-in-Chief - Posted April 28, 2010
Major changes are happening at National Journal Group today. Some will be favorable - a shift to the web with more positions specializing in topics such as health care, White House, Congress and energy. And for others, this will be a hard pill to swallow. This is especially true if you're among... [FishbowlDC]

Shuster, Ifill, Taylor Weigh In On "Imus" ... Sort Of - Posted November 30, 2007
We've been keeping a tally of which 2007 Imus guests will go back on Don Imus' program when it returns. Out of the previous D.C.-based guests on Imus' program in 2007, we've heard back from Howard Fineman, Craig Crawford, Chris Wallace, Chris Matthews, Ana Marie Cox... [FishbowlDC]

WSJ Honors Taylor...And His Moustache - Posted September 25, 2007
Last week, the Wall Street Journal made National Journal columnist Stuart Taylor the first journalist admitted into the Law Blog Moustache Society. (via ... [FishbowlDC]

Morning Reading List, 09.24.07 - Posted September 24, 2007
Good morning Washington. You think Dan Rather has totally lost it. An NBC release announced, "According to national Nielsen Media Research data, 'Meet the Press with Tim Russert' was the top-rated Sunday morning public affairs program,... [FishbowlDC]

All Libby, All The Time... - Posted March 7, 2007
We won't even dare try to summarize all of the Libby coverage this morning (for that, go here). Howard Kurtz chimes in and has this to say: The case, in which special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald forced journalists to testify b... [FishbowlDC]