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March 18, 2000 | JAMES RAINEY and TIM REITERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The Hearst Corp. announced Friday that it is selling the San Francisco Examiner to a feisty, independent publishing company, assuring the survival of a struggling newspaper that had been threatened with closure. The deal maintains two major newspaper voices in a wildly diverse city that demanded as much. Observers predicted it might simultaneously reinvigorate the city's largest paper, the Chronicle, purchased by Hearst.
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March 18, 2000 | JAMES RAINEY and TIM REITERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The Hearst Corp. announced Friday that it is selling the San Francisco Examiner to a feisty, independent publishing company, assuring the survival of a struggling newspaper that had been threatened with closure. The deal maintains two major newspaper voices in a wildly diverse city that demanded as much. Observers predicted it might simultaneously reinvigorate the city's largest paper, the Chronicle, purchased by Hearst.
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October 25, 1998 | Joe Queenan, Joe Queenan's latest book, "Red Lobster, White Trash, and the Blue Lagoon," was published in the summer by Hyperion
Last summer I found myself sweltering in downtown Houston in the middle of a 16-city book tour, with Dallas next up on the schedule. Because the city of Dallas was responsible not only for John F. Kennedy's death but also for all that bunkum about America's Team, I pleaded with my publisher to ditch the stop and let me go directly to the West Coast for the weekend. I said I wanted to clamber aboard the next plane to L.A.
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