The water crisis has shined a light on a city — and a state — what has been through the ringer the last 10 years and still has a lot of work to do to get itself back together. But while this episode does focus on what happened and how it happened, it’s also a shout out to a city who has a lot of great people and deserves a hell of a lot better.
♠ Addition by Subtraction ♠ “What do you mean I’m fired!?” — Wayne Fontes, joking after his dismissal as Detroit Lions Head Coach in 1996 LAKEWOOD, N.J. (JSC) — I’ve been fired three times in my life. The first time was from a…
After a five-month hiatus to finish my Master’s Degree, I have returned to tell the story of how I got to this point and where I see things going from here. Basically, I’m back.
In the wake of Shirley Sherrod, The Fiasco that was “The Decision”, The Flint Slasher, and Fox News helping to ruin Journalism with its bias and race-baiting, it’s time to just say it: Reporters are in Danger. And the art form that I have grown to love is also in Danger. “Fair & Balanced”…my ass.
January 5 marked the 5 year anniversary of my first day in radio. But how far have I really come? The first blog of 2010 will be an eye-opener to a lot of you.