Afternoon report for May 30, 2013

* Why reporters should insist their meeting with Eric Holder be on the record: (nationaljournal.com)
* James Fallows on what seemed fishy to him about New York Times Magazine’s “My Plane Almost Crashed” piece. (theatlantic.com) || Update: Times Magazine editor Hugo Lindgren responds.
post* William Grimes checks out the New York Post and TMZ bus tours. (nytimes.com)
* Editor: “We don’t typically do stories about flaps between business owners and customers,” but… (mlive.com)
* Michael Gartner’s memories of the Register and Tribune Building in Des Moines. (dmcityview.com)
* Former Los Angeles Times reporter apologizes for his attacks on Gary Webb. (laweekly.com)
* High school newspaper adviser who served for a decade quits over board’s prior review policy. (nj.com)
* Oklahoman reporter is arrested for allegedly taking upskirt photos at a graduation ceremony. (okcfox.com) | (thelostogle.com)
* National Letter of Intent signing ceremony covered by El Paso media turns out to be “a major embarrassment.” (elpasotimes.com)

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