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New Guardian blog puts readers next to editors as stories unfold | Poynter.
You might remember last year that the Guardian tried publishing its story budgets online to invite feedback and tips from readers. Today the UK newspaper takes the next step toward a transparent, "open" newsroom with a daily live blog from the news desk.
MTV, Logo to Air 'It Gets Better' Special with Host and Project Founder Dan Savage
With Valentine's Day approaching, it’s almost time to reflect on your love life and a few cable channels have some ideas on how you should do that.  PHOTOS: MTV VMAs: Best and Worst Moments On Wednesday, MTV and Logo jointly announced they would be airing an It Gets Better special with columnist Dan Savage.
CW Finds its Green Arrow in Stephen Amell
The CW has found its Green Arrow. Hung's Stephen Amell has been cast as the character made famous by the long-running DC Comics series, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Amell, whose credits also include episodes of Private Practice and the CW's The Vampire Diaries, will play the playboy by day -- who, like Batman -- secretly saves the city by night with his enhanced arrows.
Paula Abdul confirms ‘X Factor’ exit |
Jan 31 2012 02:40 PM ET Paula Abdul tells it straight up: She's exiting Fox's X Factor. The reality show star released a statement confirming her departure from the singing competition series. Within minutes, supportive statements from Fox and X Factor‘s near-last-man-standing Simon Cowell were released too.
Havoc on the Hill
February 13, 2012 By docho11ywood Leave a Comment Look who I ran into at a bar in Richmond, VA this weekend: Hey can I get your picture? Why do you want my picture? Well I just really enjoyed our conversation and I just want to take a picture to remember it by.
Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast With ... Spike Lee
Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast With ... Spike Lee By Patricia Sheridan, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Emmy Award-winning director, writer and producer Spike Lee turned his cameras on the devastation in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina hit. The result was his 2006 documentary, "When the Levees Broke."
Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast With ... Robert Gibbs
Former press secretary to President Barack Obama, Robert Gibbs left that position in February to be an outside adviser to the administration and to work on the president's 2012 re-election campaign. Born in Alabama, the 40-year-old began his political career with former U.S. Rep. Glen Browder of Alabama. - Podcasts - Pittsburgh Hear and Now: Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast with...
Pittsburgh Hear and Now: Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast with... Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast With... is the Pittsburghs Post-Gazettes weekly conversation with the people behind the headlines. Subscribe using: iTunes | XML (Click 'XML' for archive) Patricia Sheridan talks with director and producer Tom Shadyac. Patricia Sheridan talks with singer Dionne Warwick.
WhoWHATWhereWhy: British Home Furniture Invasion
HIGH POINT, N.C. -- The Union Jack has been unfurled on just about every surface imaginable from bedspreads to bustiers in anticipation of Kate Middleton and Prince William's royal wedding Friday. "The upcoming royal wedding is having a huge influence in the USA.
Palm Beach Style: Centennial City stays forever young at 100
PALM BEACH, Fla. -- While residents of this storied sanctuary do whatever is necessary to hold onto the dew of youth, they happily began to celebrate their resort town's 100th anniversary this past weekend. From a robber baron's retreat to the ultimate preppy playground, Palm Beach has attracted the wealthy, their worker bees and the wanna-bes since it was incorporated in 1911.
Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast With ... Anousheh Ansari
Iranian-born Anousheh Ansari became the first female private space explorer and the first Iranian astronaut when she flew to the International Space Station in 2006. The 44-year-old businesswoman and engineer is CEO and co-founder of Prodea Systems. Before that she co-founded Telecom Technologies Inc. with her husband, Hamid.
Anarchists have a real ball
Outside the Artist Image Resource building on Foreland Street on the North Side, anarchists began to gather as the light was fading. They weren't preparing to protest, but to party. Several young women in the fluorescent lit entrance were accepting donations of $5 to $10 for the annual Anarchist Ball.
Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast With ... Patti Smith
Poet, artist, singer, writer Patti Smith opened up a chapter of her life to the world when she wrote The New York Times best-seller "Just Kids" about her relationship with artist and photographer Robert Mapplethorpe. He died of AIDS in 1989. They were friends, lovers and partners before he came to terms with his sexuality.
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The 'Burgh in 360Check out our weekly interactive panoramic photo from the Pittsburgh area. This week: Occupy Pittsburgh, Mellon Green. The Penn State Scandal, Piece by PieceWho knew about what molestations, and when? Explore the Penn State scandal timeline, person by person. - Lifestyle
After 36 years in the real estate business, Mary Ann Wellener of Upper St. Clair is putting on a new hat, as advice columnist for the Post-Gazette. Through her Tuesday column, "Steel Advice," she'll draw upon experiences as a wife of 39 years, mother of four, grandmother of 10 and decades of negotiating real estate deals to provide direct, no-nonsense advice.
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The 'Burgh in 360Check out our weekly interactive panoramic photo from the Pittsburgh area. This week: Occupy Pittsburgh, Mellon Green. The Penn State Scandal, Piece by PieceWho knew about what molestations, and when? Explore the Penn State scandal timeline, person by person.
Duke eyes possible Coach K recruiting violation
Updated: July 30, 2011, 4:16 PM ET DURHAM, N.C. -- Duke is investigating whether an NCAA recruiting rule was violated when coach Mike Krzyzewski reportedly offered a scholarship to a recruit during a summer tournament.