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Not Dead Yet: A Reply To The New Yorker’s essay, ‘Does Journalism Have a Future?’

By Victor D. Infante

It’s an odd day when you wake up to discover that the newspaper for which you work is being held up nationally as an exemplar of the rise and fall of local journalism, but there I … Continue reading

Poem by Richard H. Fox

it was one of us By Richard H. Fox Ray, six-feet two, shoulders that carried kegs like cans— charcoal skin, knee holed jeans, red t-shirt, vest populated by power pins.             his girlfriend Rebecca—minister’s daughter, albino white,             a wisp wearing peasant … Continue reading