Once a year, as if it were magic, politicians, just the ones needing votes next month, are all over the newsroom
Here’s a snapshot of what some local folks have said regarding the race between this year’s donkeys and elephants. Specific attribution has been withheld, at times upon request, and at times for the safety of the speaker — political discourse can be a volatile, dangerous business in Pakistan.
I’ve been doing my darnedest to pursue some iPhone journalism while in Pakistan, the likes of which is riddled with off-center subjects, crooked horizons and thumb-covered lenses. I’m sorry
Six of the most significant athletes, coaches contributors to theater and the arts and volunteers from Eaglecrest’s 27-year history make up the third induction class into the school’s Athletics and Activities Hall of Fame.
“We need peace,” he says. “The world just needs peace.”
“The situation is very tense,” he said. Not to add drama to the situation, but here’s where it’s good to remind everyone that Pakistan and India are both packing nukes, and have for some time
EDITOR’S NOTE: Aurora Sentinel reporter Quincy Snowdon is traveling with a U. S. State Department group of journalists to Pakistan for two weeks, as part of an international exchange meant to create better understanding between the two countries. He’ll be reporting regularly during his adventure. WASHINGTON DC AND ABU DABI AIRPORT | Being in Washington, it seems […]
Aurora Sentinel reporter Quincy Snowdon is traveling with a U. S. State Department group of journalists to Pakistan for two weeks, as part of an international exchange meant to create better understanding between the two countries
Amanda Shires has a fine sense of humor, which may be why a single measure at the start of “My Piece of Land” is propelled by handclaps. They seem odd and out of place, but funny