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Who was there? Everyone.
"Ben Bradlee was the best American newspaper editor of his time," former Post publisher Don Graham says.
"Post Employees, Unite and Fight! Make Jeff Bezos do what's right!"
D.C. shouldn't get statehood until Washington Post columnists can violate traffic laws with impunity!
Katharine Weymouth gets axed.
Courtland Milloy—twit-tweaking Washington Post metro columnist, knives-out antagonist of local pedalers—went for a bike ride last Friday. And the experience, he writes in a column today, left him with "a tad more sympathy for bikers in general."
How much more sympathy? "...in this bike-friendly city," Milloy writes, "the driver is always wrong."
Too many local riders, Milloy says, "bike like me. They are [...]
It may have been the most law-abiding bike ride D.C. has ever seen. Cyclists walked their bikes on sidewalks, stopped completely for red lights, and even offered a wave of appreciation to city officials directing traffic. The bikers were doing everything they could to prove to Washington Post columnist Courtland Millloy that they weren't bike terrorists.
Milloy penned a column [...]
If the point of Post columnist Courtland Milloy's anti-"bike terrorist" diatribe was just trolling, then call it a success.
A D.C. resident started a Facebook group this morning advertising a "a peaceful, safe, law-abiding ride" tomorrow from Dupont Circle to the Post headquarters downtown. Upon arrival, the riders hope to have a conversation with Milloy and his editors about why his column was [...]
In 2013, Joel Stein wrote “The Me Me Me Generation,” a widely read cover story for Time magazine about millennials, the population of Americans born approximately after 1980 whom he called “lazy, entitled narcissists who still live with their parents” who would, somehow, “save us all.”
Last week, millennials struck back.
I was sitting at the back of [...]
The Washington Post published an article on its PostEverything opinion blog today under a headline that basically boiled down to: "Women, don't sleep around if you don't want men to hit you."
Within a few hours, though, the headline was replaced with one that was a bit more tempered. The original: "One way to end violence against women? Stop taking [...]
Posties can finally exhale: The cafeteria at the Washington Post is open for business again. The eatery was temporarily shuttered after a D.C. Department of Health inspection on May 5 found that it had violated numerous health code provisions. (Among the grosser transgressions? Mold growing inside a refrigerator and rodent droppings on a panini press.)
A staff-wide email this morning [...]
The Washington Post last month settled a lawsuit filed by an independent contractor who claimed the Post welched on its promise to refund unsold copies of the paper he bought for distribution to retailers such as CVS.
In the suit, Clinton, Md., resident Ricardo Smith says that the Post also reneged on this assurance to approximately [...]
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Ward 4 Councilmember Muriel Bowser introduced legislation Tuesday that would lower the legal threshold for drunk [...]
After the employee cafeteria at the Washington Post's office downtown was closed by health inspectors yesterday, Washington City Paper and Jim Romenesko reported on a memo that Jeff Cox, the paper's director of operations and administrative services, sent the staff. That didn't sit so well with Post editorial writer Charles Lane, who just sent an email to newsroom staffers about the [...]