Filed by Nikole Dugger
Things are about to become chaotic in the divided dwelling that has served as the home for the genesis of my journalism career.
As soon as the final words of this post are punctuated, the randomness of the past six months will be placed in a manilla folder and transported to a new cubicle, where the dream will be forced to carry continue.
Few others could have dealt with a daily barrage of questions and a word association nickname from a recent graduate, but a recently-retired North Georgia reporter managed to buy into the unity. Her byline may read “Christina Cooke,” but, to me, she’ll always be “Cubicle.”
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With the World Cup and a presidential election falling in the same calendar year, politics and sport have become intertwined inside the borders of Cup-favorite, Brazil.
To most of us, she is the mother who made headlines a decade ago when her pageant-winning daughter was mysteriously killed, but to her sisters, Patsy P. Ramsey remained “one of three P’s in a Paugh.”
Considering I once attended a Halloween party as Meredith Vieira (and meant it as a compliment), “The View” lost its luster last month.
Though Star Jones Reynolds' leaving barely registers, taking a look back at the ill-fated Jason Sehorn pass and her recent on-air spat with Joy does conjure some warm fuzzies.
Here’s to new beginnings closer to a window.
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