The Chicago Sun-Times
has laid off its entire photography staff, reports the Chicago Tribune
. The Sun-Times
plans to use freelance photographers and reporters to shoot photos and video going forward. The Chicago Newspaper Guild, the union that represents the photographers, immediately said
it would consider taking action against the company over the cuts. [more inside]
posted by The Girl Who Ate Boston
on May 30, 2013 -
Chicago Tribune's Top 50 Magazines (might require registration, sorry)
Not sure if I agree with anyone in the top 50. I mean People?
Let's be serious; if you're going to put People
in a "Top 50 List" then TV Guide
should be right after People
What I do agree with is the list of "Mags Gone Bad:"
- So unnewsworthy.
- Gone are the days of great journalism. Now it's like looking through a catalog written by crumb ass writers.
- Was it really ever that
good, aside from a David Foster Wallace article here and there?
- Again, if it wasn't for the half-cocked rambling os Hunster S. Thompson this magazine would be total tripe.
- See Premiere
but without the David Foster Wallace articles.
- Maybe a nice cover or two, but not much else to celebrate.
posted by bivouac
on Jun 12, 2003 -
Oh never mind....
The vast majority of antiquities feared stolen or broken have been found inside the National Museum in Baghdad, according to American investigators who compiled an inventory over the weekend of the ransacked galleries. A total of 38 pieces, not tens of thousands, are now believed to be missing, according the Chicago Tribune. Can this be true? Registration required.
posted by Durwood
on May 5, 2003 -