Tag: Pulitzer Prize

100 Years of the Prize Pulitzer

In his will, the Pulitzer Prize was established by Hungarian born Joseph Pulitzer to be administered by Columbia University in New York City, The first prizes in 21 categories were awarded in 1917. Today the 100th Pulitzer Prizes were announced via YouTube. The 2016 Pulitzer Prize Winners JOURNALISM   Public Service – Associated Press Breaking …

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Take the F Train

New York City’s tabloid papers are known for their eye popping front pagees, but headlines from the New York Daily News attacking the Republican candidates for the presidential nomination deserves a special Pulitzer Prize for their scathing honesty, if no not for their dead on New York City bluntness. Thanks to MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow for …

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One of the Best War Photojournalists of Vietnam and Beyond

Never published before, Eddie Adams’ family have released a book of his Vietnam Photo’s and there’s a showing in the New York Umbrage Gallery of same.

The Vietnam War, Through Eddie Adams’ Lens