Stacey Singer

  • Blogs

    November 24, 2009

    Ouch! "Outgoing" SPJ Prez Julie Kay Bites Back!

    Kay: This is not a swan song.​Yesterday we told you about the coup staged at our local chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists by one Michael Koretzky -- student advisor to FAU's newspaper. Koretzky marched in to the elections on November 19th with a posse of pissed-off students and fri ... More >>

  • News

    November 19, 2009
  • Blogs

    November 13, 2009

    Job Anxiety? You Must Work at the Palm Beach Post

    Photo by Lisa RabYes, Post employees are very anxious.​Someone in the Palm Beach Post marketing department has a cruel sense of irony. The paper's latest ad campaign -- now popping up in the paper, online, and on billboards around town -- strikes very close to home for Post staffers."Anxious About ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 25, 2009

    The Man Beneath Charlie Crist's Wings

    The Sun-Sentinel's report on Charlie Crist's air travel (along with a parallel investigation by the Times/Herald Tally bureau) supports my image of the man who is our governor. He's a politician who wants to hobnob with the elite while trying keep his own hands cle ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 20, 2009

    After The Jump: An Appeal To Help Laid-Off Journalists

    Palm Beach Post reporter Stacey Singer has an idea to help the growing number of laid-off South Florida journalists:"With our profession disintegrating, I believe we need to band together in a constructive way, and create a non-profit organization whose mission is to help journalists transcend this ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 18, 2006

    Notes from the Weekend

    -- This little ditty by the Palm Beach Post's Andrew Marra may be the worst news City Place has had. Not because a woman hanged herself out in the open. But because nobody even noticed until the afternoon. After the jump: McDonald's fighting obesity, Reinhard, Bigoney, Venezuelan ant-Semitism, a ... More >>

  • News

    February 15, 2001

    Court Reporter

    A tawdry two-year tale of a journalist's battle with South Florida prosecutors

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    March 11, 1999