Women’s march – signs from the protest

January 21, 2017 Bob Sullivan 0

Here are photos of signs from the women’s march on Jan. 21, 2017. If you’ve read this far, perhaps you’d like to support what I do. That’s easy. Sign up for my free email list, click on an advertisement, or just share the story.

My 2016 in pictures

December 30, 2016 Bob Sullivan 0

Because I spend so much time traveling for work, for the past 20 years or so, I’ve made a calendar each year for my family and friends. It’s my way of saying, “Here’s what I’ve been up to for the past 12 months when I probably should have been spending [Keep reading]

Betty Furness ‘raised the integrity of journalism more than a few notches,’ and I’m proud to receive an award named for her

June 21, 2016 Bob Sullivan 0

Tell the truth: when people say “lifetime service awards,” you think “retirement.”  So it is with mixed feelings that I share with you I will be honored with one on Wednesday.  The Consumer Federation of America, which represents 300 non-profit consumer organizations around the country, will be presenting me with the [Keep reading]

I’ve joined the University of Georgia’s journalism innovation program, and a friend has made a generous donation to help students there

April 21, 2016 Bob Sullivan 0

Friend and fellow consumer crusader Adam Levin recently pledge to give $150,000 to the University of Georgia’s journalism school. The donation will help train and inspire young journalists for years to come. It’s exciting news for me because the donation is directly tied to helping young people invent (rescue?) the future of [Keep reading]

My year in pictures

January 5, 2016 Bob Sullivan 0

Those who know me know that for about 15 years, I’ve made a calendar for my family with landscape pictures from my travels. This is mostly so my mother knows where I’ve been and why I don’t call home as often as I should.  But through the years, I’ve taken [Keep reading]

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