After Dan Neil, left, won the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for criticism, Los Angeles Times editor John Carroll, right, joined in the celebration. During Carroll's tenure, the paper won 13 Pulitzers. Carroll previously was editor of the Herald-Leader and was at the helm when it won its first Pulitzer, in 1986.
After Dan Neil, left, won the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for criticism, Los Angeles Times editor John Carroll, right, joined in the celebration. During Carroll's tenure, the paper won 13 Pulitzers. Carroll previously was editor of the Herald-Leader and was at the helm when it won its first Pulitzer, in 1986. Los Angeles Times File Photo
After Dan Neil, left, won the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for criticism, Los Angeles Times editor John Carroll, right, joined in the celebration. During Carroll's tenure, the paper won 13 Pulitzers. Carroll previously was editor of the Herald-Leader and was at the helm when it won its first Pulitzer, in 1986. Los Angeles Times File Photo

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