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The Real Reason the Times Has Quit Using the Term ‘Op-Ed’
It’s not just about reader confusion. It’s about reader dollars.Opinion has never been more important to the Times’ journalistic mix, Kingsbury averred, and stated that the paper remains committed to running a wide range of views. So why was she ditching the Op-Ed rubric for a new label, “Guest Essay,” that will run above the headlines of pieces by outside writers? To hear Kingsbury tell it, readers seem not to have fully grasped after half a century that piece appearing in the Times Op-Eds space were not expressions of Times sentiment and that the “Guest Essay” tag added needed clarity for readers. This is hardly revolutionary.
You can never have too many breakfast options, right? Wonder Bread is making sure of that with two new English muffin flavors that will blow the Classic out of the water. Prepare to actually look forward to getting out of bed in the morning!
Wonder Bread has just releasedand English Muffins. They consist of classic English muffins that have the added strawberry and chocolate flavors, which you can easily see in the pink and brown bread. The strawberry would be particularly tasty with butter, jelly, or cream cheese, and the chocolate will pair well with butter, cheese, or peanut butter, as detailed by the brand.
Washington Post shutters presidential fact-check database just 96 days into Biden presidency
It was a good run. I guess.
Chocolate English Muffins
These new English muffins are rolling out at retailers now, so check your local bread aisle to hunt these down. Don’t forget to make sure you have plenty of butter in your fridge so you can enjoy these to their full potential.
Hear us out on this incredible idea we have: Buy both the Strawberry and Chocolate flavors, take half of one and half of the other, warm them up, put butter in between, and eat them like a sandwich. The result will be a warm, strawberry-chocolate, carb-filled bite that just might be reminiscent of a chocolate-covered strawberry. There’s only one way to find out.
When the theater of politics turned all politics into theater .
When we started this podcast in January 2018, we weren’t thinking about making it to 200 episodes. Then again, we didn’t think we would get reprimanded by Werner Herzog, either. So, borrowing from the “How It Started, How It’s Going” meme, here’s our 200th episode! Show Notes: We started a podcast about ‘political theater.’ Then […] The post When the theater of politics turned all politics into theater appeared first on Roll Call.