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U.S. states where movies are made

The annual hype over the Academy Awards puts the spotlight on Los Angeles – but in reality a lot of 21st-century contenders have been shot in locales ranging from Vancouver

Lap dogs in New York to hot laps in Daytona

Coming up in February you might want to consider local angles to the following: African American History Month / Black History Month.   While it sometimes might feel a bit smarmy

Some overlook unclaimed lottery loot

Not every news outlet can boast a headline like Wednesday’s Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s “Winning Mega Millions ticket sold in Buckhead,” but chances are that people in your audience are sitting on

PBS love letter to newspapers

If you love journalism, love newspapers, you’ll find this film, which is making its TV debut in the PBS December lineup, well worth your while. I can’t say you’ll enjoy

Chill readers with tales of haunted house business

So you cover financial services and figure there’s no way you can scare up a Halloween-related story on your beat? Think again! How about a business feature on specialty insurance coverage

Try your luck at a casino-related business feature

One industry that’s always fertile ground — no matter what your business beat — is the casino industry, which seems to be growing more pervasive every year. Increasingly, communities have come

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