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National Photo Editor, Hearst Newspapers Online

Chris Preovolos likes eating and he likes bocce. He is also the national photo editor for Hearst Newspapers online.

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Chris Preovolos likes eating and he likes bocce. He is also the national photo editor for Hearst Newspapers online.

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What was your first job as a journalist?

Photojournalist at the Advocate in Stamford, Conn.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Heck yeah, we had them in typing class at school a Vallejo Middle School. Never in actual, real life though.

Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

Paparazzo from La Docle Vita.

Kate Upton named ‘Sexiest Woman Alive’

blog.timesunion.com — Model Kate Upton was been named the "Sexiest Woman Alive" at the first PEOPLE Magazine Awards show Thursday night. The award was an honor for Upton-and her baseball player boyfriend, Justin Verlander, to whom People Magazine reports she said "you're welcome" for being sexy. For Upton's younger brother, though, the moment was a bit awkward.

Columbia Law letting students postpone exams due to traumatization from Ferguson and Staten Island non-indictments

blog.timesunion.com — As the effects of protests ripple across the country after the non-indictments of two white police officers who were responsible for killing unarmed black men some institutions are taking action. Columbia Law School is allowing students to postpone exams as part of a "recognition of the traumatic effects these events have had on some" students.

Columbia Law letting students postpone exams due to traumatization from Ferguson and Staten Island non-indictments

blog.timesunion.com — As the effects of protests ripple across the country after the non-indictments of two white police officers who were responsible for killing unarmed black men some institutions are taking action. Columbia Law School is allowing students to postpone exams as part of a "recognition of the traumatic effects these events have had on some" students.

First 'Batmobile' sold at auction for $137K

chron.com — The first known Batmobile to be licensed by DC Comics has sold at auction this weekend for $137,000. Before George Barris created "the" Batmobile for the 1966 television series staring Adam West, this car was built by a devoted fan.

Before & After: See what California’s storm has done to ski resorts

blog.timesunion.com — Amid a drought, a powerful storm hitting California has brought plenty of the white stuff to the Sierras. Check out these before and after images from several ski resorts around the state: &n...

First 'Batmobile' to be sold at auction

seattlepi.com — Before George Barris created "the" Batmobile for the 1966 television series staring Adam West, there was this. In 1963, a devoted fan of the Batman comic book series, Forest Robinson, completed what was to be the first road-going car officialy licnsed by DC Comics as a "Batmobile."

First 'Batmobile' to be sold at auction

chron.com — Before George Barris created "the" Batmobile for the 1966 television series staring Adam West, there was this. In 1963, a devoted fan of the Batman comic book series, Forest Robinson, completed what was to be the first road-going car officialy licnsed by DC Comics as a "Batmobile."

See the DB10, a bespoke Aston for James Bond

sfgate.com — Updated 9:03 am, Thursday, December 4, 2014 007's latest ride will be his most exclusive yet. Aston Martin together with EON Productions, the producers of the James Bond film franchise, unveiled Bond's new car today on the 007 stage at Pinewood Studios near London.

Mall Santa turns away autistic girl because of service dog

blog.timesunion.com — A 7-year-old girl with autism in Southern California was reportedly turned away by a mall Santa, igniting a firestorm of comments on the Internet this week. Julie Miller, a family friend and service dog advocate, posted about the ordeal to Pup-Cake the Service Dog's Facebook page Monday.

Mall Santa turns away autistic girl because of service dog

blog.timesunion.com — A 7-year-old autistic girl in Southern California was reportedly turned away by a mall Santa, igniting a firestorm of comments on the Internet this week. Julie Miller, a family friend and service dog advocate, posted about the ordeal to Pup-Cake the Service Dog's Facebook page Monday.
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