[UPDATED] Morning report for May 31, 2013

-- The big news in Roanoke

— The big news in Roanoke

* The reader who forwarded this Craigslist ad writes: “I guess the days of ‘will offer employment for food and board’ are now upon us. And notice that they require applicants be between 20-35 in age. Isn’t that illegal?” (craigslist.org) | Read the reactions from my Facebook friends and subscribers. | UPDATE: The ad has been deleted, but I saved and posted the text.
* NYT: In his meeting with journalists, Eric Holder acknowledged criticism that “the Justice Department had tipped too far toward aggressive law enforcement and away from ensuring the free flow of information to the public.” (nytimes.com) | More from the Wall Street Journal.
* The Washington Post’s Walter Pincus wages another lonely crusade — this time against the press. (politico.com)
* Media agree not to show jurors’ faces during the George Zimmerman murder trial. (miamiherald.com)
* Questions about staffing level changes at the Warren Buffett-owned Roanoke Times “were largely deflected by BH Media officials.” (roanoke.com)
* The new WSJ Profile looks a lot like LinkedIn. (thenextweb.com)
* Two Boston Globe journalists may testify in the “Whitey” Bulger trial. (bostonglobe.com)
* Louisville magazine decides to drop restaurant reviews and try things like Q&As with chefs. (eater.com)
* The late editor of Mpls. St. Paul magazine once called advertorial sections the dangerous equivalent of heroin. (jacklimpert.com)