Tag: Len Lazarick
Okinawa: 75th Anniversary of the Last Great Battle...
By Len Lazarick | April 1, 2020 | News | 0 |
New editor-publisher takes over MarylandReporter.c...
By Len Lazarick | January 2, 2020 | News | 0 |
‘There you go again’: How Brown and Ho...
By Maryland Reporter | October 19, 2014 | Commentary, News | 37 |
Reviewing Hogan-Brown debate 2: Thumbs up, thumbs ...
By Maryland Reporter | October 13, 2014 | Commentary, News | 7 |
Analyzing the gubernatorial debate: Commentators r...
By Maryland Reporter | October 7, 2014 | News | 22 |
Blue-State Republican: Kromer book details how Hogan succeeded
by Len Lazarick | December 28, 2022 | Governor | 0 |
But this is no puff piece about the governor. “Hogan is still guarded, sometimes prickly, and often terse with the media,” she notes at one point.Read More
Okinawa: 75th Anniversary of the Last Great Battle of the Pacific War
by Len Lazarick | April 1, 2020 | News | 0 |
Wednesday, April 1, marks the 75th anniversary of the last brutal battle against Japanese forces, the largest amphibious invasion of the Pacific war. Seventy-five years later, U.S. forces are still on the island.Read More
New editor-publisher takes over MarylandReporter.com
by Len Lazarick | January 2, 2020 | News | 0 |
Longtime journalist Tim Maier is the new executive editor and publisher of MarylandReporter.com, taking over day-to-day operations from editor and publisher Len Lazarick after 10 years at the helm of the site he founded in 2009. Len will remain as president of the nonprofit corporation and is now chairman of its board. He will continue to write for the website and contribute in other ways with fundraising and business functions.Read More
‘There you go again’: How Brown and Hogan did in the last debate
by Maryland Reporter | October 19, 2014 | Commentary, News | 37 |
“There you go again,” Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown said at least twice to Republican candidate Larry Hogan Jr. in their third and final debate for the governor’s office.
It was true for both men, as they replayed comments from the previous two debates, their TV ads and stump speeches. They repeated facts, figures and fictions, true-life examples and exaggerations.
And here they go again, our commentators assess the debate: This posting contains nine separate commentaries from Len Lazarick, Todd Eberly, Barry Rascovar, Tom Schaller, Blair Lee, Rick Vatz, Brian Griffiths, Blaine Taylor, Melissa Bolling and Charlie Hayward.Read More
Reviewing Hogan-Brown debate 2: Thumbs up, thumbs down from seven commentators
by Maryland Reporter | October 13, 2014 | Commentary, News | 7 |
It was a more intimate setting Monday for the second TV debate between Republican Larry Hogan Jr. and Anthony Brown in their race for governor. Sitting side by side at a table in the studios of WJLA-News Channel 8 in Arlington the candidates went at it, questioned for an hour by three reporters. This story has links to all three video segments.
Here are the reviews and observations from seven commentators: Melissa Deckman, Blair Lee, Barry Rascovar, Brian Griffiths, Rick Vatz, Blaine Taylor and Len Lazarick. More comments are welcome, especially from opposing points of view.
Analyzing the gubernatorial debate: Commentators react
by Maryland Reporter | October 7, 2014 | News | 22 |
Here are some reactions to last night’s debate between Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and Republican businessman Larry Hogan Jr. in the race for Maryland governor. Commentators include Blaine Taylor, Brian Griffiths, Barry Rascovar, Todd Eberly, Rick Vatz, Christopher Summers and Len Lazarick.Read More
Blowback on Rascovar column was fierce; Bongino calls for boycott of Maryland Reporter
by Len Lazarick | July 28, 2014 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 9 |
The blowback from Barry Rascovar’s column accusing Republicans of being anti-immigrant was fast and furious Monday and congressional candidate Dan Bongino urged a boycott of MarylandReporter.com unless the column was taken down.
At the urging of Bongino and others, about a dozen people asked to have the column removed, as well as demanding a retraction and an apology.Read More
MarylandReporter.com ‘Best of Baltimore’ again; SPJ honors website
by Len Lazarick | July 23, 2013 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 1 |
For the second year in a row, Baltimore magazine has named MarylandReporter.com the best “political website.” Last month, the Washington, D.C. chapter of the Society of Professional Journalist named MarylandReporter.com the winner of its blog category in the chapter’s 2013 Dateline Awards for Excellence in Local Journalism.Read More
Baltimore magazine names MarylandReporter.com best political website
by Len Lazarick | July 24, 2012 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 7 |
Baltimore magazine’s Best of Baltimore issue that hits newsstands this week has named MarylandReporter.com as the area’s best “political website.” In the August issue, the magazine editors said: “This online news site has given traditional media outlets a run for their money.”Read More
MarylandReporter.com wins journalism award for disabilities story
by Len Lazarick | June 13, 2012 | News | 7 |
MarylandReporter.com was honored Tuesday night by the Washington chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists for a package of stories that uncovered the failure of one state agency to spend $38 million on people with developmental disabilities, even while thousands waited for services.Read More
Video: Four journalists look ahead to special session
At a forum sponsored by Maryland Business for Responsive Government last week, four journalists wrap up the legislative session and look ahead to the prospects for a special session to resolve the budget mess. The panel included Andy Green of the Baltimore Sun, Kenneth Burns of WBAL and WNAV, Len Lazarick of MarylandReporter.com and John Rydell of Fox 45.Read More
Full video coverage: 6th District Democrats questioned on a dozen topics
by Len Lazarick | March 27, 2012 | News, Videos | 1 |
The Democratic candidates for the seat in the redrawn 6th Congressional District took part in a two-hour debate Sunday sponsored by AARP Maryland and MarylandReporter.com. The candidates answered questions on 12 different topics.Read More
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