A video tribute to Zeke Faux, beloved intern

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Our beloved intern, Zeke Faux, has moved on after six months, dozens of front-page stories, plenty of honest-to-goodness legwork and not a single cup of coffee fetched for an editor.

Of course, we wish him well — and the best way to do that is with one of our award-nominated podcasts. So herein, we present our tribute to Zeke Faux, intern extraordinaire.

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Zaks from Brooklyn says:
Frankly I think Sarah's comment was totally unbelievable. There is absolutely no way that Mike Lipkin was a better intern than Zeke Faux. There isn't even a comparison. Mike Lipkin could have been Zeke Faux's intern.
Feb. 18, 2009, 4:57 pm

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