Ganja, sticky icky icky, dank, dope, weed, pot and mary jane… Whatever you call it, police found plenty of it in the home of CBS News Radio’s Howard Arenstein and his wife, reporter Orly Azoulay, over the weekend. The couple was arrested for “possession with intent to distribute” after the 5-0 found eleven mature plants and six two-ounce bags in their home. Check out Arenstein’s profile on CBS.com here and WaPo’s full report here.
The Pew Charitable Trusts is looking for a Senior Associate, Communications. next job DC Public Relations Firm is looking for a Digital Media Associate. next job National Trust for Historic Preservation is looking for a Marketing Coordinator. next job Pew Research Center is looking for a Writer/Editor - Internet, Science & Technology. next job Center for American Progress is looking for a Designer/Data Visualization Producer. next job The Washington Post is looking for a National Sales Planner. next job RFE/RL Inc. is looking for a Media Relations Officer. next job Washingtonian is looking for a Web Developer/Digital Analyst. next job The Urban Institute is looking for a Production and Analytics Specialist. next job District of Columbia Sustainable Energy Utility is looking for a Public Relations Manager. see all
Starting September 8, get hands-on content marketing training in Content Marketing 101! Through a series of webcasts, content and marketing experts will teach you the best practices for creating, distributing and measuring the results of your brand's content, including how to develop a content marketing plan, become a content marketing and more. Register now!