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Richard W. Sandza

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The Baltimore Guide

HQ Phone:  (410) 732-6600

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The Baltimore Guide

526 S. Conkling Street

Baltimore, Maryland,21224

United States

Company Description

The Baltimore Guide (today's official name) was established in 1927. A review of an issue from our early days-Dec. 7, 1933, to be exact-reveals a story about a chance for children to win a prize at the Patterson Theater, in connection to the Tarzan serial that...more

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National Security Correspondent

Newsweek Inc


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Education

Fordham University


master's degree

journalism

Columbia University


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About | The Baltimore Guide

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Milton Lasson sold the paper to Richard W. Sandza, a national security correspondent for Newsweek, in 1989.
Sandza immediately began to focus on neighborhood issues-small business, housing rehab, the condition of neighborhood business districts and crime in the neighborhoods. In 1991, the Guide advocated for repair and rehabilitation of Patterson Park, and the $12.9 million city bond that community members secured with the help and advocacy of the Guide helped make the park what it is today. More recently the Guide vigorously supported the construction of the Southeast Anchor Library to replace the tiny branch that had served Highlandtown since 1975. In 2009 Sandza sold the paper to Ascend Communications, Inc., a family-owned media company based in Tennessee.


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Richard Sandza is a lifelong journalist, photographer and entrepreneur.A former Newsweek national security correspondent, Sandza is the owner and publisher of Guide Newspapers in Baltimore, Maryland, which publishes four community newspapers in Baltimore city and county.He recently launched a new youth-oriented entertainment magazine called Bmorelive, as part of a three-tiered method of delivering entertainment content .


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Richard Sandza is a lifelong journalist.Earlier in his career, Richard covered Silicon Valley as a Newsweek correspondent.He currently is the owner and publisher of Guide Newspapers in Baltimore Maryland.


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Richard Sandza, the former publisher of the Guide, spoke about this tribute and how it was a proper way to carry on to Jackie's legacy.


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"One day she came into my office," wrote Richard Sandza, former owner of the Guide and Jackie's boss for many years, "and sheepishly asked if it was alright that she had volunteered to spearhead the project to build a brand new regional library in Highlandtown.
She was concerned that this was a conflict of interest. But, she said, this was so important to her that she would resign if I opposed her involvement." Rather than oppose her involvement, Sandza supported it, and the Southeast Anchor Library is today a center of rich programming, community meeting place, and comprehensive resource center. Sandza described Watts as a "facile writer" who transformed the paper "from one that copied the Baltimore Sun and City Paper to one they copied." "With Jackie onboard, we didn't need a thesaurus or Strunk and White," Sandza wrote.


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