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Tom Teicholz

Santa Monica, CA
Freelance Journalist and Producer — Freelance
Covers:  Culture (Arts & Entertainment, Books & Authors, Film, TV, Art exhibtions and Museums, Music & Concerts, the Cult of Luxury, Business, Tech, Travel
Doesn't Cover: No topics are off base -- but I rarely write Home, Gardening, Sports or Finance.

often nominated occasionally winner LA Press Club awards, TOMMYWOOD contributor @Forbes, @HuffPo, @LARB, co-host THE BURIED LEDE podcast @TheBuriedLede

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Tom Teicholz is an award-winning journalist for, HuffPost, Los Angeles Review of Books and The Jewish Journal of Los Angeles. He is also co-host of the podcast "The Buried Lede: Beyond The Bylines" - which is like a sports program just about Journalism. He also has done corporate proje...

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@TomTeicholz — 1,472 followers, 40,489 tweets

Nov 23, 2017

RT @akstanwyck: Diverse Independent Spirit Nominations Boost Some Oscar Contenders, Not Others

Nov 23, 2017

RT @nytimes: Russia regarded Representative Dana Rohrabacher as an intelligence source worthy of a Kremlin code name 

Nov 23, 2017

RT @mashable: Uber leaked info on 57 million people—then tried to cover it up 

Nov 23, 2017

RT @TechCrunch: Tether, a startup that works with bitcoin exchanges, claims a hacker stole $31M  by @jonrussell

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What was your first job as a journalist?

An interview/profile of author Jerzy Kosinski

What does it mean to be a journalist?

Being the messenger, the translator of experience, the truth-teller, educator, entertainer

Who do you wish followed you?

Bob Dylan, David Remnick, Tina Fey, Amy Schumer, Bruce Springsteen, Gloria Steinem, Al Green, Richard Price, Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson

Southern California Journalism Award

2015 - Journalist of the Year
Third Place for breadth and depth of cultural coverage delivered in a style that is informative, informed, and often humorous.

Southern California Journalism Award

2016 - Obituary Appreciation - First Place
Awarded First place for obituary appreciation, "Zsa Zsa Gabor Dead: :ast Hungarian Actress of her Generation," in