Geoff Edgers (born 1970) is an American journalist and writer who is currently the Washington Post's national arts reporter. He's also the host of Edge of Fame, a podcast co-produced by the Washington Post and WBUR, Boston's public radio station. Edgers produced and starred in the 2010 music documentary Do It Again. His articles have appeared in magazines such as GQ and Wired and he has worked as a reporter for several newspapers including the Boston Globe, Boston Phoenix, and Raleigh News and Observer. Edgers has published children's books on Stan Lee, Elvis Presley, The Beatles and Julia Child, the latter co-written with Carlene Hempel. In 2013, he hosted and wrote a Travel Channel reality TV series called Edge of America, and in June 2013 he was awarded a New England Emmy for work on a video for the Boston Globe. Edgers also hosted and wrote the military history series Secrets of the Arsenal on the American Heroes Channel. He is author of a forthcoming book on Run-DMC's version of "Walk This Way."Read more Read less
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