Thursday, October 27, 2016

The way it was …

… When the Sun Went Down in Baltimore | The American Spectator. (Hat tip, Dave Lull.)

The Sun team set out to recall what it was like to write and report in the golden age of American print, “when journalism sometimes seemed like ‘the life of kings.’” The title comes from Sunpapers sage H.L. Mencken who once wrote that news reporting was more fun than any other enterprise he was involved with. “It is really the life of kings.”

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