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Chat with Michael Moss, author of NYT Bestseller 'Salt, Sugar, Fat'

Pulitzer prize-winning journalist and author of New York Times bestseller 'Salt Sugar Fat' Michael Moss will chat with Prime members in The Hive (sub req) today at 2 PM Eastern. Moss is an expert on the food industry, having worked as a reporter at The Wall Street Journal and New York Times. Show More Summary

Regular Car Reviews Makes Cars And Coffee A Million Times Better

yesterdayVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Regular Car Reviews has been one of our favorite YouTubers for a long time, and now he’s giving voice to the cars at Cars and Coffee. Somebody give this man a Pulitzer, because he’s doing all the car reporting you need to hear: Read more...

This shrewd photographer has a legendary gift for lodging himself into every major political event — and people are starting to notice

Although you may not have known it, chances are you've seen one of J. Scott Applewhite's photographs.  The two-time Pulitzer prize winning photojournalist is on the scene for nearly every major event in Washington, from Presidential inaugurations to the swearing-in of Supreme Court justices. Show More Summary

I Asked My Dad About John Sandford's Latest Crime Thriller, Which Features Juggalos

Pulitzer Prize-winning, bestselling novelist John Sandford has delighted readers for years with his Prey series, which follow the adventures of fictional Minnesota detective Lucas Davenport as he plays by his own rules to solve tough cases. The charismatic Davenport often delves into some pretty dark stuff, tracking serial killers, uncovering...

LIVE CHAT: Pulitzer-Winning Food Industry Expert, Author Michael Moss

Pulitzer prize-winning journalist and author of New York Times bestseller 'Salt Sugar Fat' Michael Moss will chat with Prime members in The Hive (sub req) Monday, July 6 at 2 PM Eastern. Moss is an expert on the food industry, having worked as a reporter at The Wall Street Journal and New York Times. Show More Summary

Bloomberg's new regime and tensions over the editorial vision

In April, Zachary Mider’s groundbreaking story on corporate tax inversions won Bloomberg News the first Pulitzer Prize in its 25-year history. When Mider collected his award a month later, at the annual Pulitzer luncheon at ColumbiaShow More Summary

53 Plays Written By Women That Deserve Your Attention

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

"Really, producers? Really" Suzy Evans pled in a 2014 piece for American Theatre, mimicking the comedic angst of Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers. "The Pulitzer Prize [for drama] and all finalist nods go to women in 2014 and 68 percent of...Show More Summary

Lilly Pulitzer Teams Up With Snapchat To Create An Exclusive Geofilter

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Lilly Pulitzer fans, 2015 has been your year. First, the brand teamed up with Target to bring its floral styles to the masses at a fraction of the price. Now it has joined forces with Snapchat. Starting this June, you can get Lilly Pulitzer's...Show More Summary

Chris Hedges Wins L.A. Press Club’s Top Award for Activism Journalism

6 days agoNews : Truthdig

Chris Hedges speaking at a Truthdig event on June 7.(Tao Ruspoli) Pulitzer Prize winner and Truthdig columnist Chris Hedges received the top award in the Activism Journalism category Sunday night at the 2015 Southern California Journalism...Show More Summary

Kate Moss and Lara Stone Heat Up Balenciaga's New Campaign

This is one supermodel duo we wouldn't want to mess with - The Cut Caitlyn Jenner made a surprise appearance in the perfect LWD - HuffPost Style The ending to the Bad Blood music video you DIDN'T see - Lucky Lilly Pulitzer's providing...Show More Summary

Poynter will partner for Pulitzer’s 2016 centennial with a focus on social justice

The Pulitzer Prizes announced Monday that the Poynter Institute for Media Studies is among the organizations chosen to host events for the organization’s centennial anniversary next year. According to the press release, other partners include The Dallas Morning News, the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, the George W. Show More Summary

Berkshire Eagle publishes, defends a racist column

The venerable Berkshire Eagle of Pittsfield, founded in the 1890s and winner of the 1973 Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing, recently published a racist column by a “conservative activist” named Steven Nikitas. After outraged readers complained, editor Kevin Moran responded in a column of his own that though he vehemently disagreed with Nikitas’ screed, he considered […]

Lilly Pulitzer Has Created Custom-Printed Filters for Snapchat

The U.S. fashion brand is one of the first to use social filter overlays in a bid to capture the attention of the ever-influential millennial

Target Pushes Tesija Out Of Top Merchant Spot Into 'Advisory Role'

Target announced that Kathee Tesija, executive vice president and chief merchandising and supply chain officer, who oversaw all product at the chain — as well as its signature, designer partnerships like the recent Lilly Pulitzer line — will move into an advisory role effective July 6, said CEO Brian Cornell, in a [...]

Even in the Publishing World, Women Must Fight for a Spot

In her recent blog post, novelist Nicola Griffith pointed out that books about women rarely win important awards in the literary world like the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. For example, the Pulitzer Prize from 2000 toShow More Summary

"It's Me, Singing, Gone But Here": Honoring Poet Philip Levine

by Isaac Gewirtz, Curator of The New York Public Library's Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature The Pulitzer prize-winning poet Philip Levine (b. 1928) died on February 14, 2015. His papers, housed in The New York Public Library's Henry W. Show More Summary

Gunther Schuller, Pulitzer Prize-winning composer who bridged jazz and classical music, dies at 89

Gunther Schuller, a Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, whose breadth of musical expertise ranged from Bach to Duke Ellington, and who sought to create what he called a “Third Stream” of music by blending classical music and jazz, died June 21 at a hospital in Boston. He was 89.Read full article >>

Teen Dupes New York Times Into Reporting That Dylann Roof Was A Brony

Amid the whirlwind that is a national breaking news story, one British teen wanted to see whether a major newspaper would publish utter lies. Benjamin Wareing, 16, told a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter with The New York Times that he knew Dylann Roof, the suspected shooter in the killing of nine people in a Charleston church last week. Show More Summary

Documentary 'White People' to Premiere Wednesday, July 22 on MTV

MTV, as part of its ongoing “Look Different” anti-bias campaign, and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and filmmaker Jose Antonio Vargas are joining forces to present “White People,” a first-of-its-kind documentary exploring race, whiteness, and how young white people perceive their racial identity

Monday Morning Splash

2 weeks agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlDC

What’s Happening — Talks @ Pulitzer: The Clintons’ Republic of Haiti at the Pulitzer Center, 5:30 p.m. — China – Stagnation, Market Bubble or Great Opportunity at the National Press Club, 6 p.m. Must-Read of the Day The Atlantic‘s Yoni...Show More Summary

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