Lenox: Washington Post editor to deliver lecture

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The Lenox Library's annual Distinguished Lecture Series, now in its 14th season, will continue with virtual talks for 2020-2021.

For the first lecture of the season, series organizer and host Jeremy Yudkin will interview renowned journalist Martin Baron, executive editor of The Washington Post, at 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 20, via Zoom.

The talk is titled "The Biggest Stories: An Interview with the Executive Editor of The Washington Post (2013-present), Boston Globe (2001-12), and Miami Herald (2000-01)."

The series will continue Sunday, Oct. 18, when Michael Hannahan, director of the University of Massachusetts Civic Initiative, discusses "What Will the 2020 Election Say about the United States?"

On Sunday, Nov. 15, Tony Cenicola will discuss "My Life as a Chameleon (Assignment Photographer) for the New York Times." Both lectures will take place at 4 p.m. via Zoom.

For Zoom meeting details, visit lenoxlib.org or the Library's Facebook page.



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