Monday, October 13, 2003

Reporting stories:
Interesting Poynter (Bill Mitchell) interview with Alicia Shepard on her oral history of Woodward and Bernstein (in last month's Washingtonian).
"Their friendship is what Robert Redford told me initially attracted him to the Watergate story. Not the politics -– but the people. They are obviously two very different men, who Bernstein admits would not have been friends had it not been for Watergate. Yet over the decades they've forged a deep, meaningful, reliable friendship. They went through something together that only they can understand. "

I've posted on stories about the latest identical letters to the editor, and Ali Abbas' new arms, on the Herald blog.


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