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Emily Bloch: South Florida Sun-Sentinel community reporter

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On tracking down an escapee monkey; on 15 minutes on the phone with Paul Reiser; on covering the Parkland shooting tragedy; on having a newspaper steal your words; on the value of Millennials and the power of large quantities of coffee.

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Lesley Visser: Pioneering NFL journalist

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Mike Vaccaro: New York Post sports columnist

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