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2015 Midwest Expo new product slideshow No.1

These new product photos were gathered by Editor Greg Johnson at The Packer's Midwest Produce Expo in Minneapolis, Aug. 14.

Autoblog Minute: Weekly Recap for 8.28.15

Ford may bring the Ranger back to the US, the UK goes nuts over the Mustang, and the battle of hybrids heats up with spy shots of the Prius and a new Hyundai. Autoblog's senior editor Greg Migliore reports on the weekly recap edition of Autoblog Minute. Show More Summary

Denver Post news director Kevin Dale jumps to Arizona State University’s Cronkite School

Kevin Dale, who has been Denver Post’s news director since 2009 and editor Greg Moore’s “trusted deputy,” is joining Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. He’ll be executive editor of Cronkite News at Arizona PBS. Moore’s memo: Colleagues: I am sorry to have to announce that the inestimable Kevin Dale, … Read More

“That Cobra is the one I met my second wife in:” The Lives of Interesting Cars and How They Were Discovered

last monthVehicles / Cars :

Photos courtesy Greg Long. [Editor’s Note: We recently heard from Greg Long, owner of a Citroen DS scheduled to appear in Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car and the author of “Found: The Lives of Interesting Cars & How They Were Discovered.” Greg describes the book as “‘Automotive Historical Fiction’ – as most of the stories […]

Cleancast: You've Got Armpit Woes, I've Got Solutions

2 months agoSports : Deadspin

My guest this week on the official Ask a Clean Person podcast is Deadspin’s own Greg Howard, who joined me to talk about how our editor in chief, Tim Marchman, is so deeply wrong about air conditioning. We also talked about pit stains!...Show More Summary

SDCC: New DC Universe: Batman Panel

The "Batman" team of writer Scott Snyder, artist Greg Capullo and editor Mark Doyle talk the recent major Bat-developments at Comic-Con in San Diego.

Memo: ‘It’s time for Denver Post 4.0!’

Denver Post editor Greg Moore sent this to his staff earlier today: Colleagues: When we announced the buyout, I mentioned there would be changes to the print product, our work processes and new assignments. I also said that there would be dialogue about some of these changes. We will start some public meetings to share … Read More

A War to End All Wars

Editor’s note: We welcome this guest post, discussing the “war on coal,” by Greg Walcher, author of “Smoking Them Out.” By Greg Walcher (originally published 04/17/15 & reprinted with permission) I attended a conference in April where a number of speakers … Continue reading ?

'We're sorry' isn't enough after Santa Barbara oil spill

To the editor: Last week, I and presumably many others in Santa Barbara received a glossy postcard from Greg Armstrong, the chief executive of Plains All American Pipeline, expressing his "deepest apologies" for his company's recent oil spill. ("Owner of ruptured oil pipeline has history of big...

Denver Post loses Pulitzer-winning photographer Craig Walker to Boston Globe

Memo to the Denver Post staff from editor Greg Moore: Colleagues: I am sorry to have to announce that Craig Walker, our stellar two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, is leaving to take a fantastic job at The Boston Globe. He will be great there and do us all proud as a Post alum, but he will … Read More

How to Cut a Trailer for a Movie Where No One Speaks

If you're curious how to cut a trailer for a movie that features no spoken dialogue, we chatted with editor Greg Maclennan about making an ad for The Tribe. "How to Cut a Trailer for a Movie Where No One Speaks" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary

Call for nomination for The Packer Person of the Year

The Packer asks for nominations for its annual Person of the Year award, presented June 10 at the United Fresh Produce Association's annual conference in Chicago. Please email your nominations to Editor Greg Johnson by Friday, May 2...

2015 Nissan Micra Cup First Drive [w/video]

Senior Editor Greg Migliore spends a wet day with the Nissan Micra Cup racecar at the Mont-Tremblant circuit in Quebec, Canada. It may only have 109 horsepower, but this affordable little racer offers tons of entertainment. ContinueShow More Summary

Inside EMS Podcast: Crowdsourcing EMS

In this week’s episode of Inside EMS, co-host Chris Cebollero and I discuss reports that Uber drivers have better response times than ambulances in New York and London, and EMS1 Editor Chief Greg Friese’s column, Seven Community Health Services Uber Drivers Could Deliver. We hope Greg’s column was tongue-in-cheek, but it does illustrate he potential...

HuffPost readies to launch longform initiative

4 months agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

The Huffington Post will soon publish the first article of a new longform venture captained by two former editors of The New Republic who left amid the magazine’s public turmoil late last year. Greg Veis and Rachel Morris, who are now...Show More Summary

CPMA expo new products, Part 1

These news items were compiled by Editor Greg Johnson April 16-17 at the Canadian Produce Marketing Association's annual convention and expo in Montreal.

America’s culture of opinions and name-calling

BoomerCafé Co-Founder and Executive Editor Greg Dobbs founds the world a fairly snarky place.

So Brave

4 months agoHumor : Funny or Die

So Brave 1:35 IT'S MEGAN is: Blair Beeken, Chelsea Devantez, Adam Peacock, Asher Perlman, Sarah Shook, Niccole Thurman and Emily Walker DP: Sebastian Lama Sound: Katie Anderson Editor: Greg Mulvey Voice Over: Gabe Shmorrison Submitted by: Its Megan Regular Keywords: So brave actresses feminism sexy body women in film bechdel test oscars brave critics movies Views: 1,616

Labor responds to racial disparity in construction

Crain's columnist Greg David's blog post on the low percentage of African-Americans in the construction sector triggered four letters to the editor pointing to unionized construction as an exception... To view the full story, click the title link.

Unions react to post about paucity of black construction workers

Crain's columnist Greg David's blog post on the low percentage of African-Americans in the construction sector triggered four letters to the editor pointing to unionized construction as an exception.... To view the full story, click the title link.

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