The Christian Science Monitor regularly hosts newsmaker breakfasts for Washington reporters, a unique forum known for civil discussion of issues. Each breakfast features a prominent guest, typically in politics or government. The goal is light, not heat.
Monitor correspondent Godfrey “Budge” Sperling Jr. hosted the first breakfast in 1966, and we’ve now held almost 4,000. Today, the Monitor’s Washington bureau chief serves as moderator. More breakfast history can be found here.
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