To whom it may concern: be concerned not with whether journalism is cut to fit an audience, but with whether it does good or evil, day and day out
A newspaper editor ponders over concerns that face those involved with news-gathering and dispersing. A statement of concern circulated by a group of concerned journalists makes him realize that there is a need to monitor good and bad media practices as a responsibility of the industry.
Publication Name: The New York Times Magazine
Bats all, folks
Melbourne Botanic Gardens, Australia, is known as a pleasant location for weddings, but in 2001 a dispute over fruit bats has arisen. The garden's administrators want to cull the bats who they feel are taking over, but animal lovers oppose them.
Publication Name: The Bulletin with Newsweek
Subject: News, opinion and commentary
''Chuck" McCloskey, campmaster
Publication Name: Scouting
Subject: Hobbies and crafts
- Abstracts: Letting it fly: the worst thing about divorce is not what the other person does to you, but what it makes you do to yourself
- Abstracts: Here come the wives: but is their candidacy a triumph for women - or a sellout? Wordplay: from the Bible to Shakespeare to the White House, pundits abound, sometimes stealthily
- Abstracts: Schizophrenia's most zealous foe: with an afflicted sister, E. Fuller Torey has long had a reason to find a cure. Now he may have the means
- Abstracts: Uptown downtown: a loft with all the advantages of open space and none of the drawbacks. One sticky subject
- Abstracts: A house with a mind of its own: new technology now allows consumers to program their homes like their VCR's. War over words