Your input invited on Night & Day
We’re now in our third week of publishing Night & Day, our new entertainment section, as part of your weekly Current. Each week, its editor, Christian Sorrell, has made subtle changes in refinement. We believe his work is paying dividends for readers and advertisers, because the feedback, though limited thus far, has been purely positive. Look, we want this special section to be of high value to you –just as much as our independent research tells us Current is. Maybe we’re there already, but we suspect there are topics you would like to see as a part of our “entertainment and entertaining” coverage. Let us simply ask: What else should we be considering? (Our ideas don’t count; your ideas do. We want to give you what you want.) Please don’t be shy. Christian will welcome all feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org, and if you’d like to tell us, send your suggestions to email@example.com. As always, we appreciate your input.
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Our crew here resembles a motley one, on occasion, and our continuing Mardi Gras parade often is led by our superstar sales executive, Dennis O’Malia. A practicing member of Catholicism, “O” takes serious his religious responsibilities, and we admire him for that. But he also is of a rather quick wit, so you can’t help but smile (or laugh, really), when he says this in response to what he has given up for Lent: “Maraschino cherries. Again. Lemonheads, nutmeg AND sweet tea after work hours.” We suspect the sweet tea thing will be rather arduous for the Count of Caffeine, but he means it. Down to the last sip!