How Far Can a Piano Fly? And Other Tales From Column One in Los Angeles Times

How Far Can a Piano Fly And Other Tales From Column One in Los Angeles Times Regular readers of the Los Angeles Times are familiar with the Column One articles that run every day on the front page The Column One is prized real estate in the Times and it s where readers can fi

  • Title: How Far Can a Piano Fly? And Other Tales From Column One in Los Angeles Times
  • Author: Los Angeles Times
  • ISBN: 1883792746
  • Page: 111
  • Format: None
  • Regular readers of the Los Angeles Times are familiar with the Column One articles that run every day on the front page The Column One is prized real estate in the Times, and it s where readers can find some of the best writing and storytelling in the paper Certain elements separate the Column One from typical newspaper fare It often probes an unusual or offbeat topic,Regular readers of the Los Angeles Times are familiar with the Column One articles that run every day on the front page The Column One is prized real estate in the Times, and it s where readers can find some of the best writing and storytelling in the paper Certain elements separate the Column One from typical newspaper fare It often probes an unusual or offbeat topic, or it tackles a familiar subject with rare depth While so much in the paper can be browsed or skimmed, the Column One is designed to tell an engaging story that the reader will read from start to finish How Far Can a Piano Fly is a collection of Column One, and includes some terrific examples of the form There s a tale of the unusual risks taken by Russian ice fisherman, and a story of brave diners who dare to eat a 72 ounce top sirloin There s a story of an Arkansas man who found an 1877 county bond which, with interest, had ballooned in value to 3.5 million, and his attempts to collect on it There s a fascinating inside look at the rigorous testing of prospective London cab drivers.

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