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Cheryl A. Hoahing

Writer & Editor

Location icon United States

Accomplished editor, writer, copy editor, and fact-checker with expertise in both print and digital publishing.

Successful working on tight deadline schedules, handling multiple assignments simultaneously, and managing staff and freelancers.

Outlets contributed to include: Star, Us Weekly, Inquisitr, Entertainment Daily, Metal Edge, Headlines & Global News, Tiger Beat, Bop, Romantic Times Book Reviews, Aspire College Magazine, CosmoGirl, and Cosmo Style.

Open to full-time, part-time, and freelance opportunities.

Portfolio
Variety
02/22/2019
Imagine Dragons Topples Nickelback as World's Worst Band, Says Slipknot Frontman

Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor has chosen Nickelback 's successor as the most reviled band on earth: Imagine Dragons. During an interview on Tuesday, February 19, conducted by Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones for his radio show, "Jonesy's Jukebox," on Los Angeles' KLOS, Jones made a comment about Nickelback being the "scapegoat of rock 'n' roll."

The Inquisitr
02/14/2019
Ryan Adams Accused Of Sexual Misconduct, Emotional Abuse

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Ryan Adams - who has worked with major artists such as Willie Nelson, Tim McGraw, and John Mayer - has been accused by several women of sexual misconduct and emotional abuse after he promised to help them launch their own careers in the music industry.

Variety
02/01/2019
Concert Mosh Pit Roughs Up Female Fan; Disturbed Singer Steps In (Watch)

The heavy metal band Disturbed is currently on tour in support of their seventh studio album, "Evolution," and during a stop at the Toyota Center in Houston on Monday, January 28, the band stopped the show to help out a fan in need - and then rewarded her in a very special way.

The Inquisitr
03/16/2019
'Sesame Street' Stamps From U.S. Postal Service To Honor 50th Anniversary Of Series

Philatelists everywhere are excited about a new batch of postage stamps that will be released later this year from the U.S. Postal Service, as they will feature 16 well-known characters from the beloved children's series Sesame Street. The stamps are being issued to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the popular educational show, which made its debut on television on November 10, 1969.

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