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A lot of people seem to confuse “corp” with “corps.” This is how to pronounce both.
Chief Petty Officer Shannon Kent was 35. I say “was” because she is dead. The Navy cryptologic tech, who grew up in Dutchess County, N.Y., died in a suicide bombing in Syria along with 15 other people. She spoke at least six languages, had deployed overseas several times, earned many Navy commendations, faced numerous combat… Continue reading Being Thankful for Not Bearing the Burdens of Endless Wars and Being Grateful to Those Who Do
Every year, I try to support a few charities, causes, and other nonprofits. Usually, this means figuratively writing a few checks for relatively small amounts of money.
“Arun Das is one of the most thoughtful people I work with at Fox 5, both as a human and in his job. Whether it’s making sure we’re using just the right word or asking follow-up questions about a story that’s sparked his interest, Arun is someone who cares about getting every last detail right and learning as much as he possibly can from every story and situation. His curiosity and his caring are above and beyond. He’s someone you can always count on, not only to do great work, but also to start a conversation that gets your mind and creative juices flowing. He’s someone I always look forward to seeing, talking with and working with!”
—ALISON MORRIS, anchor, NBC News NOW, and former business reporter, Fox 5 News
“Everyone should know four things about Arun: he’s a storyteller at heart, he’s entrepreneurial as all get out, his multimedia toolset is immense, and he plays a mean ukulele.”
—JUSTIN MAIMAN, president and managing director, Cochrane Media