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Building on the Foundation of 300 Issues PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Editorials
Tuesday, 05 December 2000 18:00
One of the interesting things about alternative weekly papers is that, no matter how old they get, they still carry the spirits, interests, and concerns of their founders. The River Cities’ Reader celebrates its 300th issue this week, and although I’ve only been around for 20 or so issues, it’s evident that the paper is an accurate reflection of Publisher Todd McGreevy and Editor Kathleen McCarthy, who started it more than seven years ago.

Issue #300: A Milestone in Truth and Debauchery…I Mean Democracy PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Editorials
Tuesday, 05 December 2000 18:00
300 issues is an accomplishment to crow about, especially in the media-heavy Quad Cities. We wish to convey our deep gratitude to our loyal readers and advertisers for the past eight years of unwavering support.

Battles Rage PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Editorials
Tuesday, 28 November 2000 18:00
Dick Cheney Censors the Media During Battle I recently read a most interesting article in the American Journalism Review (“Collective Amnesia” by Jaqueline Sharkey; October 2000) about then-Defense Secretary Dick Cheney’s censorship policy during the Panama invasion and the Persian Gulf War.

Don’t Let The Media Pundits Shame Us PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Editorials
Tuesday, 14 November 2000 18:00
No matter how you cut the cards, the presidential election was a statistical dead heat nationwide. So the ballot problems in Florida are but a microcosm of what has occurred in many other states. The real question becomes what can Americans expect from either candidate once he takes office.

The Critic-Advocates of the DMA PDF Print E-mail
Commentary/Politics - Editorials
Wednesday, 27 September 2000 18:00
Last week the Davenport City Council voted 7-3 in favor of an additional $3.5 million in funding for the proposed relocation of the Davenport Museum of Art into downtown. This brings the city’s contribution to $6.

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