Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Problem of the One Story Election

I watched the marathon media coverage of the 2012 elections from every source imaginable.  Newspapers from every American city, Television, Twitter, and dozens of inputs from bloggers on both sides of the aisle—no news source was too small to cover … Continue reading

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The Bolt

The front rack of my bike was shaking.  Chris and I were pedaling on a major highway, trying to nail down the first few kilometers of what was supposed to be an easy day. We were in a hurry to … Continue reading

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The Expiration Date

Every community we enter has an expiration date. From the time we get there, to the time we leave, the clock is ticking. The window of opportunity closing. We know only have so much time to cover a story there … Continue reading

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