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United States newspaper publisher (born in Hungary) who established the Pulitzer prizes (1847-1911)

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According to Sean Murphy, digital content manager of the Pulitzer Prizes, more than 3,000 entries were received across the 21 categories; of these, 1,187 were submitted in the journalism competition.
The Lilly Pulitzer x Society Social collaboration will be available Saturday for just one day.
When Emily takes her seat, she will be the youngest member of the Pulitzer board, and the Trib will be the organization represented on the board that's been in business for the fewest number of years.
They are among the volumes of righteous work that survived a jury's vetting but didn't ascend in the Pulitzer Prize Board's final review.
Volume eight in a collection of reprints of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalism, this book collects articles and photographs from Africa that won the Pulitzer for journalism.
In The Pulitzer Air Races, Gough presents a convincing argument that the Pulitzer Trophy Race, run from 1920 to 1925, was the driving force behind this significant turnaround.
Clearly, this was meant as a kind of excessive offering to the market gods (give 'em what they want), and Pulitzer made the sacrifice explicit by piercing the platform with a body-modifying one-inch gauge (another subcultural motif, and a frequent element in Pulitzer's works).
New York: The Sun Sentinel of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, won the prestigious Pulitzer Prize for Public Service on Monday for its investigation of off-duty police officers who were endangering the lives of citizens, the Pulitzer board said.
We are thrilled that Lilly Pulitzer has selected our organization to partner with for a second year in the fight against breast cancer," said BCCA Executive Director, Erica Tullis.
A spokeswoman for the Pulitzer board explained that no award was made because no book had a majority of votes.
The townhouse that was home to the parents of fashion icon Diana Vreeland has sold for $8 million, according to Corinne Pulitzer, an executive vice president with Prudential Douglas Elliman, who represented the sellers in the deal.
No provision was made for poetry in the original Pulitzer Prize, but the Poetry Society of American began awarding a similar prize using Pulitzer-like criteria the very first year, 1917, and also strongly advocated for a Pulitzer Poetry Prize.
Several biographies, including one as recent as 2001, already feature Joseph Pulitzer.
Pulitzer was part of a new order of journalism--lively, independent, and crusading--that was growing in cities outside New York, like a stage play previewing out of town, working out the kinks while awaiting its chance to open on Broadway.
When he died in 1911, Joseph Pulitzer was one of the most famous men in America.