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quote: There was turmoil in the print media as...
Phil Falcone9:57am Sep 29
quote: There was turmoil in the print media as well. Washington had been blessed (or cursed) with three daily newspapers when I first arrived as a reporter in 1967. The tabloid Daily News soon was folded into the afternoon Washington Star, which in turn shut its doors, leaving the city with one daily until the founding of The Washington Times in 1982.
You wouldn't be reading this newspaper if you didn't have a yen for news about politics and the craf...
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Thanks. Just received this STAR, Four Years...
Russ White1:38pm Sep 25
Thanks. Just received this STAR, Four Years Later newsletter.
Who would have imagined Maureen Dowd getting a job on the New York Times metro staff. Good luck, kid.
Nice new job for Diana McLellan, editor at the Washingtonian.
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My Pal, MO SIEGEL Front Piece of the Star's...
Russ White10:46am Sep 24
My Pal, MO SIEGEL
Front Piece of the Star's Final Sports Page.
Mo taught me not to let the facts get in the way of a good story.
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District’s fine arts gallery opens at 200 I...
Phil Falcone9:22am Sep 15
District's fine arts gallery opens at 200 I Street
The Gallery at 200 I Street, the first D.C. government-owned interior space for fine art exhibitions, opened Friday. Located in the former Washington Star printing plant at 200 I St. SE, the space is part of a new facility housing several D.C. agencies.
The gallery features three tiers of wall space, high ceilings and a plinth for sculptural installation. The D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities will curate a rotation of exhibits with opportunities for artists and organizations to submit proposals.
DCCAH Gallery Ribbon Cutting & Opening | calendar
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Join us on Friday, September 7 for the ribbon-cutting at our new gallery on 200 I Street, SE. This i...
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Obit - Raymond F. Fristoe, Star Proofreader

He retired in 1977 from the Government...
Phil Falcone7:50am Sep 13
He retired in 1977 from the Government Printing Office in Washington, D.C., and worked as a proofreader for the Washington Star Newspaper.
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Obit - Wilmott "Bin" Lewis

Bin was a descendent of newspaper royalty. Bin...
Phil Falcone7:30am Sep 13
Bin was a descendent of newspaper royalty. Bin was the only child of Sir Willmott Lewis, the Washington Correspondent for the Times of London and his mother, Ethel Noyes, daughter of Frank B. Noyes, President of the Washington Star and cofounder and president of the Associated Press.
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September 12, 1912 Photo

Appeared in the September 12, 1912 Evening Star.
Jerry A. McCoy1:55pm Sep 12
Appeared in the September 12, 1912 Evening Star.
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Donald Richardson Miller, 84

Donald was raised in Spring Valley, NY, where...
Phil Falcone12:19pm Sep 8
Donald was raised in Spring Valley, NY, where he attended public schools. His family moved to Takoma Park, MD, and he graduated from Montgomery Blair High School. He worked for the Washington Star Newspaper as a messenger.
Donald Richardson Miller, 84
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Obituary of Donald Richardson Miller, who died July 30, 2012 at the age of 84.
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Rev. Moon, Times founder, dies at 92

Rev. Moon, Times founder, dies at 92
Phil Falcone12:16pm Sep 8
Rev. Moon, Times founder, dies at 92
Rev. Moon's Lasting Legacy in D.C.: the Washington Times | The Georgetowner
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The Rev. Sun Myung Moon, Korean religious leader, businessman and founder of the Unification Church ...
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Obit John Stacks

Sorry to post a New York Times obituary for...
Boris Weintraub7:46am Sep 7
Sorry to post a New York Times obituary for John Stacks, who began as a dictationist at the Star, was my first trainee on the reporter training program, and then went on to major success at Time Magazine.
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/06/us/john-f-stacks-writer-and-editor-dies-at-70.html?_r=1&ref=obituaries
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