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Ad Libs: Timber!

Original post made by Rebecca Wallace, arts & entertainment editor of the Palo Alto Weekly, on Sep 10, 2013

When you switch journalism beats, you can usually torch your Rolodex. It’s rare that your sources will carry over en masse from, say, the cops beat to the sports desk.

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