Science journalism is an art form — where research becomes a story. A probe landing on the surface of mars is transformed into an epic journey where its last three minutes leave the reader on the edge of his seat. An observing run becomes an elaborate adventure where the high elevation makes breathing difficult and as always, instruments break. The Higgs boson is no longer a newly discovered particle, but a window into a different realm. Science journalism allows room for creativity. But while it is important to engage the reader, it is crucial to do so accurately.