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A letter to Gourmet

By Mare Contrare
Thank you for your interest in Gourmet. We appreciate you contacting us, however, we are no longer accepting inquiries via this email address. For questions related to your Gourmet subscription, please call 1-800-365-2454. Gourmet Magazine’s first issue was in January, 1941.Now, after 68 years, the magazine is closing because of losses. The loss incurred by me and my daughter not…
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Poetry Friday: David Tucker, “Women of My Childhood”

By Women's Voices For Change
David Tucker is the deputy managing editor at the Newark Star-Ledger, in Newark, N.J, where he was part of the Ledger team that won the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News. Previously, he worked as managing editor at United Press International, and served as sports editor and later city editor for The Philadelphia Inquirer.  He brings a journalist’s sensibility for…
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Money & Careers

Daily Newsmix:As Newspapers Struggle, Women in Forefront; New Boomer Poet Laureate Sneaks Up On You

By Womens Voices for Change
Trying to create the next generation of news: This week was a hard one for the newspaper business, with layoffs from L.A. to Boston. In the eye of the storm, from opposite sides of the revolving door, were  newly-departed Chicago Tribune editor Anne-Marie Lipinski and Katherine Weymouth, who last month succeeded her grandmother Katherine Graham as publisher of the Washington…
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