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On his way to reviewing Washington Monthly, MediaPost blogger Larry Dobrow takes the scenic (and newspeg-worthy) route before expunging on a political magazine that’s looking more Us Weekly than Washingtonian.

Mostly, the post is a worthwhile tongue-in-cheek (we’re hoping) nudge at ASME for not inviting him as a guest or presenter at tonight’s Ellie Awards. He’s been hurt! “Don???t tell me you weren???t looking forward to the staged banter between me and an impossibly lithe Harper???s Bazaar editrix as we handed out the statuette for Least Obtrusive Use of Sidebars, 250,000-1,000,000 circulation,” he writes. And, well, we were looking forward to that. At least as much as we are Ellen DeGeneres’ video opener.

So instead of pushing past the check-in desk at Lincoln Center tonight, Larry is biding his time with a review of Washington Monthly — a magazine, as you might imagine, that hasn’t been nominated for anything this year.

May 1, 2007 · Link · Repond

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