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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - justin halpern
The death of Chuck Brown is a reminder that the District is still struggling to create a music genre that people outside the area will listen to. Go-go will never be Motown. But there is hope for moombahton, the electronic-reggaeton fusion, which was born right here in D.C.
Justin Halpern isn't only telling on his dad.
Justin Halpern knows that not everyone is supportive of a guy fortunate enough to turn a Twitter feed into a best-selling book and a prime-time network sitcom.
"On the Internet, when you present something that's really genuine and real, it always has a better shot than when you present something that looks premeditated and scripted," says Halpern. "On television, a lot of times it's a different kind of audience."
His good luck instantly breeds hostility, he says, "and it's kind of a justified feeling because it's just a Twitter page."