Monday, October 30, 2006

The latest edition of why newspapers matter

The Los Angeles Times is in the midst of an amazing, heart-wrenching story about a couple's struggle to become parents. A couple of gay men who want with all their hearts to become fathers. The stories tell of their extreme emotional and also financial reaches to attain this. It's incredibly gripping. You can read it here.

Another nod to the Times' Steve Lopez, who on Sunday continued his amazing tale of Nathaniel Anthony Ayers, a former Julliard string player who has been homeless essentially for a many years because of schizophrenia. It's been a roller coaster of joy and pain to read, and I'm sure even more emotionally volatile for Lopez to report. You can read it here.

Keep the presses rolling!

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