A few years ago, I watched a series on Amazon called The Newsroom. I can’t recommend it, because the language is frustratingly awful, but the story was great. In a world of fake news, I found myself reminded that many journalists chose that profession to provide the public with a valuable service, with the same conviction of a police officer or firefighter. Harbor Secrets was one of those stories, too – no bad language, set in a different time and place, but with that same conviction that the job of a reporter is a calling.
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