Evening report for March 5, 2013

* “It’s almost unnatural how much I love newspapers,” says Warren Buffett. (usatoday.com)
* A retired engineer builds one of the world’s largest newspaper databases. (reason.com)
* Don’t forget to add photo credits to your post. (duncandavidson.com)
* Sports Illustrated lands a Lance Armstrong interview. (nytimes.com)
* Toronto Star is looking to get rid of its radio room. (theglobeandmail.com) | Canadian journalists share police scanner stories. (storify.com) | “You have to start at the bottom. This is the bottom!” (rrj.ca)
1303_Cover_Race-227x300* A Philadelphia magazine writer hopes you won’t read “Being White in Philly.” (phillymag.com)
* Chicago Tribune wins Nieman’s Taylor Family Award for Fairness in Newspapers. (nieman.harvard.edu)
* Daily Voice, which launched as Main Street Connect, lays off staff. “Bloodbath,” says one source. (thehour.com)
* NYT ombud on environmental reporting cuts: “Something real has been lost on a topic of huge and growing importance.” (nytimes.com)
* Larry King isn’t a fan of opinionated programming on CNN. (salon.com)
* Leadership changes at the Boston Globe. (boston.com)
* Finally, a dictionary for deciphering the news. (newspaperalum.com)
* Daily Texan adviser quits in frustration, citing the student media board’s lack of vision. (collegemediamatters.com)
* Digital subscription prices are rising while meters are dropping. (adweek.com)