I’m not sure you can call what I do “journalism”; I’m just not sure it makes the journalistic cut. That said, there’s just no other heading for it, so if I can do so without bringing out any real journalists’ pent up rage, I’ll count myself among them for the [...]
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Pulitzer Prize-winner Dexter Filkins — author of the New York Times best-seller The Forever War and former New York Times combat journalist — will give a free lecture discussing his first-hand experience covering wars and other political conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan tonight at Campbell Hall. In his talk, “Tales [...]
If you have ever lived in or simply visited Santa Barbara, there is a good chance you have drivendown Storke Road, picked up a copy of a local newspaper and stood beside — or squinted at the distant shape of — Storke Tower, the tallest structure in the county. Unbeknownst to most, these iconic attributes share a common link: the man who would come to be known as “Mr. Santa Barbara,” who was just 24 years old when he bought the Daily Independent and over80 when he won the Pulitzer Prize for journalism.