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NY Times Columnist Maureen Dowd Unloads: 'Tone-Deaf' Hillary Sucked the 'Teat' of Wall Street

New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd was a regular scold of the Clintons during the Year of Our Intern (1998) and actually won a Pulitzer Prize for Commentary. The Pulitzer juries almost never gave out an award for exposing ClintonShow More Summary

Review: Alliance’s “Disgraced” tells a provocative tale of race and religion, and tells it really well

Both a Pulitzer Prize winner and a 2015 Tony Award nominee for Best Play, Disgraced is one of the most talked about, provocative plays around,

Leslie Bassett: You’d have thought they’d perform a Pulitzer-winning piece…

From Bruce Duffie’s interview with the late composer Leslie Bassett, who died yesterday: Bruce Duffie:  First, let me ask you about winning the Pulitzer Prize.  Has that had any great lasting effect on you or your composing? Leslie Bassett:    It brought me a better salary at the University of Michigan, which is nice, but it […]

You Need to Read The Bravest Woman In Seattle, the Story that Led to Eli Sander's New Book While the City Slept

While the City Slept is available today. Eli won a Pulitzer Prize for writing The Bravest Woman in Seattle. Click on that link, then read the story, then do whatever you have to do to recover from a piece of writing like that, from a...Show More Summary

Interactive comic: The GOP primary app! Now YOU can vote in any Republican primary!

x Embedded Content Can’t vote in a Republican primary because you don’t live in that state? No more!  Introducing the new, interactive GOP primary app!  Make your selection now and help save America! Created by Pulitzer Prize winning...Show More Summary

The 59 Best Things To Do This Week: February 1-7

In 2012, The Stranger's Eli Sanders won a Pulitzer Prize for "The Bravest Woman in Seattle." He'll be at Town Hall on Wednesday to discuss his new book based on that story. Kelly O This week, our arts critics have recommended the best...Show More Summary

White House sets dangerous precedent for future government workers, after refusing clearance for security expert Ashkan Soltani

Soltani was denied "necessary" security clearance likely because of his journalistic work with the Snowden documents, which won him a Pulitzer prize in 2014.

A Pulitzer Prize Winner Chats With Yale Students

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Sheryl WuDunn was on campus Tuesday to accept a prestigious award and take part in a Master's Tea.

Playwright Lynn Nottage Exposes the Racial Dynamic of the Eroding Middle Class

For over 20 years now, master playwright Lynn Nottage has created work that has boldly inserted black women into the American theater conversation. Her numerous honors include a MacArthur “genius” grant and the Pulitzer Prize for Ruined,...Show More Summary

Review: Animals Out of Paper (Shattered Globe Theatre)

Shattered Globe's Animals Out of Paper is an unconventional story of romance, friendship and loss centered on an art that’s unfamiliar to many - origami. Pulitzer Prize nominee Rajiv Joseph’s script is funny, fresh and only occasionally frustrating, the bumps smoothed over by a compelling cast and a set that borders on genius. Show More Summary

Pulitzer Prize Winning Author Buzz Bissinger Will Pen Caitlyn Jenner's Memoir — 'Nothing Will Be Left Out'

This memoir is going to be GOOD. According to the New York Times, award winning author Buzz Bissinger will pen Caitlyn Jenner's memoir tentatively scheduled for release in spring of 2017. The tell-all will focus on everything from Jenner's childhood to her transition into a woman. Related: Caitlyn Confesses Her Hopes For 2016! Buzz, who wrote the insanely [...]

Caitlyn Jenner Is Writing a Memoir With Friday Night Lights’ Buzz Bissinger

Caitlyn Jenner's well-choreographed transformation into the most famous trans woman in America hits another milestone: the memoir. The New York Times reports that Jenner is writing a memoir with Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Buzz Bissinger, author of the beloved nonfiction book Friday Night Lights. Bissinger also wrote the Vanity Fair cover... More »

Indie Spirits: ‘The End Of The Tour’ Scribe Donald Margulies On His Own Experiences With Journalists

Yale University professor, playwright and screenwriter Donald Margulies isn't one to rest on his laurels—years after taking the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2000 for his play Dinner with Friends, which he later adapted into a TV movie,...Show More Summary

AS WELL AS REDUCING ACCOUNTABILITY: Not naming sex assault accusers contributes to stigma, says exp…

AS WELL AS REDUCING ACCOUNTABILITY: Not naming sex assault accusers contributes to stigma, says expert. Geneva Overholser, who edited the Des Moines Register when the paper won a 1991 Pulitzer Prize for a series on rape, told the Washington Post that not naming accusers undermines attempts to remove the stigma of rape. “[Withholding the accuser's […]

A Rare Conversation With Pulitzer Prize?Winning Writer Herman Wouk

Herman Wouk has never been one for half-measures. His two-volume World War II saga, The Winds of War and War and Remembrance, ran to nearly 2,000 pages and was adapted into a corresponding pair of TV miniseries. His third novel, The Caine Mutiny, won a Pulitzer, spawned a Broadway play,... More »

What nonprofit ownership means for Philadelphia's top newspapers

At an applause-filled ceremony Tuesday replete with invocations of Joseph Pulitzer’s endowment of his eponymous prizes, ownership of Philadelphia’s top newspapers was formally turned over to a nonprofit institute created to safeguard local control and institutionalize grant-funded journalism at the outlets. Show More Summary

Northern Exposure

We've been disproportionately interested in North Korea since reading 'The Orphan Master's Son', wondering how we'd fare in a prison mine. Actually our fascination predates the Pulitzer Prize novel, going back to the early 1990s when Kim Jong il shot his 38 under, aided by the fact he didn't need to stop in the restroom at the turn. Show More Summary

Black Investigative Reporters On Why This Important Beat Remains a ‘White Male Crowd’

Melvin Claxton remembers working on an investigation at the Detroit News that landed a finalist spot in the Pulitzer Prize for public service in 2003.

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