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Little airports bring in big money
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Little airports bring in big money

By on Nov 28, 2014

While many cities and towns across America probably don’t have a commercial airport, most of them have smaller general aviation (GA) airports that help them connect to the national air transport system. These smaller GA airports also serve as important economic engines in the communities they serve. The Alliance for Aviation Across America is a […]

Happy Thanksgiving from the Reynolds Center
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Happy Thanksgiving from the Reynolds Center

Americans are celebrating Thanksgiving today. It’s a traditional day to eat, converse with friends and family, watch football and this year, shop. We at Reynolds wish you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving. We’ll be posting stories on a limited schedule during the holiday weekend, but please stop in and get caught up on what you […]

Holiday gifts for athletes that are really worth the money
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Holiday gifts for athletes that are really worth the money

As we reported recently, running a marathon can be a really pricey venture. Even shorter races can add up, and other sports aren’t all that cheap either. We know many reporters will be asked by editors to write holiday gift guides, and you may not know where to start. Here are our ideas for stories […]

Must Read Money Stories for Wednesday, Nov. 26
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Must Read Money Stories for Wednesday, Nov. 26

#handsupdontshop. Ferguson was a much calmer place last night, but the protests over a grand jury decision in the killing of Michael Brown spread to cities across the country. Demonstrators in many cities took to the highways, shutting down traffic in several places. CNN has a roundup of what happened in New York, Los Angeles, […]

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This Thanksgiving, find story ideas at the airport

With the Thanksgiving holiday season underway, airports are a great place to look for stories.  Most medium to large airports post their rules for the media on their websites. Their public affairs officials are usually more than happy to help with stories. But there are some things to keep in mind. First, you can’t just […]

Announcing the 2015 Reynolds Week Fellows
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Announcing the 2015 Reynolds Week Fellows

The Reynolds Center is delighted announce the journalists and professors who will take part in Reynolds Week 2015. The program takes place Jan. 5-7, at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in Phoenix. Reynolds Week is divided into two parts. The Strictly Financials seminar offers journalists a deep dive on a variety […]

Entertaining Business: the real deal of real estate on Buying and Selling
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Entertaining Business: the real deal of real estate on Buying and Selling

HGTV’s Drew and Jonathan Scott have parlayed their sibling banter into multiple home improvement shows Property Brothers, Buying and Selling and Brother vs. Brother. The themes of these shows slightly vary, but most involve taking some sort of fixer-upper home, remodeling it, and selling it. They are among a host of shows on HGTV that […]

A Detroit Anthology: tips on publishing your project
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A Detroit Anthology: tips on publishing your project

A Detroit Anthology, the latest entry in our Win This Book series, is stories, art, poetry, and photographs by Detroiters about Detroit.   The editor is Anna Clark, a freelance journalist whose writing has appeared in The New York Times, The American Prospect, Grantland, on NBCNews.com, the Columbia Journalism Review, and other publications. She is […]

Must Read Money Stories, Tuesday, Nov. 25
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Must Read Money Stories, Tuesday, Nov. 25

Read Ferguson documents here. Last night, a grand jury declined to issue an indictment in the shooting of Michael Brown. There were lootings in Ferguson, Mo., burnings of several stores and police cars, and protests in other parts of the country. St. Louis Public Radio posted all the documents related to the grand jury’s decision. […]