Evening report for March 19, 2013

A tough day at the Washington Examiner

You mean Louisville, right? (Looks like it.)

* Morningstar CEO Joe Mansueto is selling Time Out Chicago for $4 million to the investor group that owns Time Out titles in other cities. (chicagobusiness.com) | The magazine is killing its print edition. (suntimes.com)
* Meanwhile, Time Out Chicago reports the Sun-Times owes Tribune Co. some money. (timeoutchicago.com)
* Columbia j-school prof Sylvia Nasar sues the university, claims it misdirected $4.5 million in funds. (nytimes.com)
* NYT’s Sam Dolnick wins the $20,000 Worth Bingham Prize for Investigative Journalism. (nieman.harvard.edu)
* “The whole dual nature of the publication” — straight local news in one half, conservative opinion in the other — “had always been a challenge for us,” says Washington Examiner editor. (washingtonpost.com)
* Charlie Pierce: NYT has never truly has atoned for its role in the Iraq fiasco. (esquire.com)
* Gawker publishes George W. Bush’s private email address. (gawker.com) | (politico.com)
* What is anyone expecting to get out of post-fight interviews? (deadspin.com)
* Why women turned on Matt Lauer. (newrepublic.com)
* Matt Haber hops on the New York Post Tour Bus. (travelandleisure.com)
* Cable news? These days it’s more cable talk. (usatoday.com)
* Freelancer is a no-show at NHL game, but still has a dateline and byline in the paper. (sportsjournalists.com)
— Thanks to @JustinPHill for the Examiner image and tip

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