‘But I need them!’ I exclaimed. Gently, my wife asked, ‘When did you last use them?’
From crawling on the carpet with Ronald Reagan to sipping tea with the Che Guevara of Afghanistan, former staffers recount stories as the Monitor transitions to new formats.
Staff parties, shibboleths, and a dedication to being a 'real newspaper.'
A mandate to 'lighten' still drives the Monitor at the dawn of its second 100 years.
Readers write about the Monitor's shift from a daily print edition to a new Web focus and weekly print edition.
The church increased savings and expenditures, according to reports. Monitor editor Richard Bergenheim takes on additional role as church president.