Wednesday, April 20, 2011
No begrudging this.
The Los Angeles Times did good. When I first blogged on this last year I had a hunch the paper would get a Pulitzer, and sure enough, what d'ya know? A throwback to old-school journalism. Good to see we still have some reporters keeping alive a tradition of excellence in investigative reporting. See: "The L.A. Times' coverage of the Bell scandal, which led to multiple felony charges against city officials, wins the Pulitzer for public service. Images that document the lives of crime victims win for feature photography."