Journalism Re-Imagined: Insider’s View of Reporting

Top Pick November 17, 2017 Newton $20.00 0
Marc Fisher (Courtesy photo)
Marc Fisher (Courtesy photo)

An intriguing evening of conversation about how journalism and journalists are being reshaped in today’s ever-changing world.

We will be joined at dinner by Marc Fisher, a senior editor of The Washington Post, who reports and writes on a wide range of topics. Most recently, Fisher wrote “Trump Revealed,” a biography of Donald Trump. He previously was the Post’s enterprise editor, leading a team of writers creating narrative journalism and experimenting with new forms of storytelling for digital and print editions of the newspaper. Click here or visit to see some of his recent work.

The Rothman Scholar event will be held after Shabbat services at dinner.

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Friday, November 17, 2017, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Temple Shalom
175 Temple St
Newton, MA 02465
$20.00 per person

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