Taking Out The Trash, 04.03.06

  • TNR’s Michelle Cottle makes a case against the democratization of journalism.

  • Is Scott McClellan on his way out?

  • Some people want to see Helen Thomas lay down in a bed of roses.

  • Has the National Press Club started resorting to this?

      A half-dozen of the Washington area’s top magical performers are coming to the National Press Club Wednesday, April 19 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The free magic show is open to all club members and guests. Adults and children will love this family-friendly show featuring amazing and hilarious magic.

  • Reverend Moon’s daughter, Kat doesn’t last long on WB’s “Survival of the Richest” but she got some good reviews.

      “A few brief moments of actual humanity seep in from, of all people, Kat, the sullen daughter of Rev. Sun Myung Moon. Despite boasting a fortune of roughly $989 million, she’s surprisingly grounded and sensitive.”

  • The fake Postie (no, no, not Ben Domenech) gets caught.

  • MediaMatters: Still proving to be #1 in the #2 business.

  • DCist doesn’t like the subheads on the Post’s editorial page.