Entries Tagged as 'Rick Nathanson'

Let No Journalistic Malfeasance Go Unremarked

August 8th, 2016 · 1 Comment · journalism

By Arthur Alpert So where do I start? That’s the question whenever I sit down at the iMac because every issue of the Albuquerque Journal begs for corrective action and ideally we should let no journalistic malfeasance go unremarked. Where do I start and (given that my time and energy are finite), which issues do […]

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Politicizing The News: Albuquerque Journal uses front page to launch its latest political campaign

March 22nd, 2016 · 1 Comment · journalism

By Arthur Alpert Sorry about my long silence, but I’ve been ill. Almost at full strength now, but because the Albuquerque Journal never took a break from politicizing the news, the backlog of critiques facing me is sky high. I could begin with the Journal’s frenzied attacks on Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in the […]

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March Against Monsanto Gets Short Shrift

June 7th, 2013 · 3 Comments · Uncategorized

By Denise Tessier When a reported 2 million people participated worldwide in the “March Against Monsanto” last month, the Albuquerque Journal ran an Associated Press story along the fold line of an inside page in the B section. One could excuse the Journal for keeping this massive event off the front page that particular day […]

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Pickles, Politics and the Journal Hip-Hop

April 22nd, 2010 · No Comments · Uncategorized

By Arthur Alpert Rick Nathanson’s Journal feature on pickles yesterday had me salivating for the crunchy, sour treat found in excellent Jewish delis. Also, I found myself in a pickle – for the newspaper’s Wednesday, April 21 issue reminded me how fascinating the Journal remains despite management’s misuse of it. Take Dan McKay’s front-page story […]

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