By Sally Saville Hodge Between my first and fifth games of bowling on a Sunday morning not long ago, I saw that a client had called four times. He wasn’t a happy camper. We had successfully pitched a feature...Learn More
Time was when being a professional journalist was an honorable calling.
There were always some outlets that pushed the envelope. (Think National Enquirer.) And the Fourth Estate has had its share of scandals that called into question reporters’ ethics and the system of checks and balances in place at some of our most respected news organizations. (Think Janet Cooke, Jayson Blair, or 60 Minutes’ use of forged documents challenging President George W. Bush’s military record.)Learn More
By Sally Saville Hodge “It’s a great thing to be able to start all over again,” my friend Helena cheerfully told me. And she proceeded to tell me just how creative, playful and funny, smart and engaging...Learn More