Pulitzer-Prize Winning Story

The Wasington Post was awarded six Pulitzer Prizes, the highest awards in journalism, this past week. One of the prizes was given to columnist and feature writer Gene Weingarten for his amazing story about violinist Joshua Bell’s concert for commuters during rush hour in a Washington, D. C., Metrorail station. Bell was playing to see how the commuters would react to world-class music.

You can see a video clip of the performance above, and read the full feature story (from the Post’s magazine) here.


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