Adam Bernstein:Writing tips from Washington Post Obit Editor

The DMV metrolines allots ample time for metro users to read every inch of any newspaper; and since the area is now influxed with cherished landmarks, parks and benches, residents should take the time to plop down, read and take in the Spring weather.

With that said, why not take the time to read the most quirkiest, poignant and candid section found in any newspaper?

If you guessed the  Obituary section, you are dead right.

The Obituary section has been stereotyped–in the past–as being dark, brill and insipid.

However, times are changing and the Obituary section can truly be interpreted as the gem of any… Read the rest of my new Examiner article here.

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