Recent Examples of columnist from the Web
The Star's current staff began looking into the story when Joey Kennedy, an Alabama Political Reporter columnist and Veronica Kennedy's husband, mentioned the incident - but not the publisher or the newspaper involved - in November, The Star said.
Local writer and columnist Nickole Kerner Bobley believes art is many things to many people, but for her, art is a means of healing.
Sports Media Watch founder and editor Jon Lewis and Sports TV Ratings founder and editor Robert Seidman • Boston Globe sports media writer Chad Finn, Newsday columnist and sports media writer Neil Best, and SI.com writer Jimmy Traina.
Follow Enquirer political columnist Jason Williams on Twitter @jwilliamscincy and send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Insider Stephen Holder and columnist Gregg Doyel discuss another second half let down by the Indianapolis Colts.
Detroit Free Press Free Press sports writers and columnists predict the Detroit Lions vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers game Sunday (1 p.m., Fox).
The game of course saw a huge response on NBA Twitter, including from longtime sports columnist and former TV personality Peter Vecsey.
Bill Mego was a freelance columnist for the Naperville Sun newspaper for close to 30 years, offering weekly takes on a variety of timely topics affecting residents.
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