F.I. Goldhaber

Protesters, Press, Police

(Photo by Michael Ramey on Unsplash)
Journalists who believe they are empowered to invade other people’s lives and private property for clickbait and airtime don’t care whose lives they destroy.   In 1983—when USA Today began changing the way, and what, newspapers covered as “news,” when Reagan’s deregulation ... Read the full article
F.I. Goldhaber

F.I. Goldhaber's words capture people, places, and politics with a photographer's eye and a poet's soul. As a reporter, editor, business writer, and marketing communications consultant, they produced news stories, feature articles, editorial columns, and reviews for newspapers, corporations, governments, and non-profits in five states. Now paper, electronic, and audio magazines, books, newspapers, calendars, broadsides, and street signs display their poetry, fiction, and essays.

Life Is a Sweet, Tender Bruise XXXIX: For Mithra

John Michael continues his series Life Is a Sweet, Tender Bruise, reflecting on life and people encountered, he dedicates this column to his dear friend, Mithra.

Risen Apes: End Game

S.M. Park’s column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “End Game,” Park contemplates those he has has known who have died, and life in the twilight years.