Guest Host: Steve Roberts

The Wall Street Journal’s middle column on the front page is beloved by readers who find its often random, thought-provoking, or just plain wacky subject matter a refreshing change from the paper’s usual serious tone. Ken Wells, an editor at the Journal, talks about the column’s history and how its subjects are chosen.

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  • Ken Wells editor for The Wall Street Journal and author

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