Gene Weingarten

Gene Weingarten (born October 2, 1951 in New York) is a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist known for both his serious and humorous work. Weingarten's column, Below the Beltway, is published weekly in the Washington Post Magazine and syndicated nationally by The Washington Post Writers Group, which also syndicates Barney & Clyde, a comic strip he co-authors.
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  • 6 Ways Writing for Online Is Different Than Print

    … getting to the nut graph, the reader is less likely to just flip the page and move on the way we tend to do with online content. For example, Gene Weingarten’s 2006 Pulitzer Prize-winning article for The Washington Post about a remarkable children’s magician is vaguely titled “The Peekaboo Paradox” and runs over 9,000 words. His article begins slowly…

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