The New York Association of Black Journalists has recently named Beyonce one of the year's top scribes!!
Wait, sorry… what!?!
Oooo… that's right!! She did write that Essence article back in July, didn't she??? What was it called again?? Oh, yeah… EAT. PLAY. LOVE.
That's riiight! We totally forgot all about her diary entry!! LOLz!
In the piece, she poignantly expressed how wonderful it was when she took a lil' break from her hectic music career to just enjoy time with herself.
Here, we'll share a bit of it with you:
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Aw. This is sad, but nobody can say this guy didn't live a good life!
60 Minutes correspondent Mike Wallace passed away on Saturday night at 93-years-old. The newsman was the first staff member on the CBS show when it began in 1968 and earned 21 Emmy awards before retiring in 2006.
His merciless reporting became part of major Hollywood productions like The Insider, in which Russell Crowe played tobacco industry whistle-blower Jeffrey Wigandwhere, who was interviewed by Wallace on 60 Minutes in 1995. The reporter was also a character in the stage production of Frost/Nixon.
He is survived by an outstanding legacy in journalism — including five Peabody awards — as well as a wife, a son, and two stepchildren.
Rest in peace, Mike!
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Break out the bubbly!!!
Katie Couric is Good Morning America's newest co-host!!! …for a week!
The journalism goddess has been invited to guest-host the show all next week as GMA dares to trump Today.
And if anyone can do it, it's Katie!
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After nearly 50 years of service, Helen Thomas won't be getting her own table at the White House Correspondents Dinner.
Thomas, a former WHCA president, retired from her post as a syndicated columnist for Hearst newspapers after making some controversial comments on Israel.
And it looks like the White House Correspondents Association still got beef.
The WHCA told her that
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No matter your reading pleasure, you read about Whitney Houston's tragic death this past week.
Which is why it was a great week for the paps.
All the tabs and magazine had a photo of the late singer and sales skyrocketed. The biggest beneficiary was
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Wow. We never thought we'd see the day.
60 Minutes newsman Andy Rooney, who has been featured on the show since 1978 and has garnered over 1,000 broadcasts, will be making his last regular appearance on the show this Sunday, at the age of 92, which will be preceded by a career retrospective interview with Morley Safer!
According to CBS News chairman Jeff Fager:
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We're so happy to see her pursuing this again!
Maria Shriver, who filed for divorce from husband Arnold Schwarzenegger this summer, is apparently not letting his infidelity and lies keep her down, and has once again returned to the field of journalism - by interviewing philanthropist Wallis Annenberg for the upcoming issue of Los Angeles magazine, which is devoted to the "LA Woman!"
Ch-ch-check out her stunning cover photo (above)!
Seriously - good for her!
We're thrilled that you're back in the field, gurl!
Keep up the good work!
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