Filling in the blank spaces: Why I admired Roger Ebert

A blank page. That’s both a writer’s bread-and-butter and stumbling block. When faced with a blank page, some recoil at the prospect of having to create an award-winningly unique product. Others see an opportunity to express themselves, even if it may be mundane. But to Roger Ebert, film critic and columnist who died on April […]

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