When John Avlon, Jesse Angelo and I compiled Deadline Artists, a two-volume anthology of America's greatest newspaper columns, we occasionally argued over which pieces should be included. There was never a question about the need to include Hamill, who generously gave us a ton of time and advice and joined us on a book tour. It was a privilege to know him, share his work and follow in his footsteps, as today's smaller, smoke-free newsrooms continue to tell the stories of a great city, day by day. … [Read more...] about Pete Hamill: From high school dropout to legendary journalist
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Thales Academy reopened its doors for students on July 20 and according to ABC's Durham affiliate, students either have the option to learn fully online or fully in-person. Since the network of schools is private, it is not beholden to the reopening guidelines set forth by Gov. Roy Cooper (D). … [Read more...] about Students at school system Pence called ‘forefront’ of reopening now in quarantine
Receiving an offer in May for just $150,000 — less than half of what he had anticipated — was “like a punch in the gut,” he said. He spent many sleepless nights, he said, wondering how he would fill his projected $200,000 shortfall. … [Read more...] about Small businesses got emergency loans, but not what they expected
"It was so monumental and so well thought out and so beautiful and soul-bearing, and we all got to see another side of you that you don't always let us see and we appreciate that," Adele said from the stage to Beyoncé, who sat in the audience. "You are our light." … [Read more...] about Hollywood bubbles back to business
Claim: “Masks don’t do anything.” The CDC and World Health Organization caused some confusion in the early days of the outbreak by recommending that the general public not wear masks. The goal was to prevent hoarding and make sure that critically low supplies of medical face coverings went to frontline workers. But people interpreted this the wrong way. … [Read more...] about No, wearing a mask does not cut off your oxygen. Here are the facts.