Three months ago, a 70-year-old political blogger operating from his Maryland townhouse let it rip. “Where is Melania Trump?” he asked, going on to offer an answer: The potential first lady was reportedly having a nervous breakdown after her controversial GOP convention speech and her fears that a secret past would be revealed. “It is […]
The blurry blogging line is even being tested by lawyers these days.
I was flattered to hear that my blogging had been used as an example — thankfully a “how to,” not a “how not to” example — during a presentation at the Professional Development Consortium’s Summer Conference that addressed ...
Ladies and gentlemen, this is my final Getaways post. Yes, that’s right. I’m taking a job in D.C. and leaving Baltimore. I decided to ignore that silly WaPo article about Baltimore being better than the District. But hopefully “Getaways” itself won’t be going away. And so it seems that the Hurricane Irene found it fitting […]
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is hosting its first Blogger’s Night in an effort to reach out to the blogging community and connect concert-goers with the media. The shindig is Thursday, Sept. 24, at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall and will begin at 6:30 with bloggers Anne Midgette of the Washington Post, Tim Smith of The […]