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Yesterday was the birthday of The Examiner’s Bill Myers and today is the birthday of Shira Mazor. Today is also the birthday of William Weld and Deval Patrick (oh, and JK Rowling, too). Re: The Hill’s 50 most beautiful list, Karl Frisch told finalist Andrew Savage: “I’m really not sure if The Hill is a blessing or a curse haha. Congrats nonetheless.” Most of you would prefer an ocean house. April Ryan‘s blog has been renamed to Fabric of America. Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio died 55 years ago today. From Friday’s gaggle: MS. PERINO: “Well, for the tour? To be determined; probably pool. And then for the remarks, open. I just don’t know how large the space is. Wednesday, the 30th, he will have a Cabinet meeting in the Cabinet Room — all right, no laughing? I said the Cabinet meeting in the Cabinet Room and I got no laughs, nothing.” (Laughter.) The Boston Phoenix has put together an interactive feature spotlights the all-time best band, all-time best solo artist, and best new band for each American state. Things Younger Than McCain announced that “the blog hit a milestone…” 500,029 unique visitors since its launch less than three months ago. Washingtonian’s Harry Jaffe has “Five Ways Brauchli Can Save the Post.” Was that Jonathan Martin having lunch with William Beutler yesterday at High Noon? Oh, how we long for Jason Linkins‘ parody of The Hill’s 50 Most Beautiful list. Today’s “Angry Journalist” rant of the day: “I’m just generally ticked off that editors expect you to write 14 stories a week and then walk over to your desk to berate you every time you’ve got a comma in the wrong place. It’s like in Office Space with the TPS reports. It’s not a error of ignorance, just an error of oversight. If you’re going to push me to write this much, then expect to do a wee bit of editing now and again.” Check out today’s White House Photo of the Day from Time.
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