Good morning, happy Friday and bon appetit.
In case you didn’t see our post yesterday: Barbara Walters, the 83-year-old trailblazing TV journalist, is retiring.
Bill Keller, an opinion columnist at the Times and its former executive editor, was one of the people considered for the job of dean of Columbia University’s journalism school, writes Erik Wemple.
Rock journalist Paul S. Williams, who founded Crawdaddy! magazine in 1966, has died at 64.
Scott Goldstein, a reporter and blogger for The Dallas Morning News, thinks “it’s still a good time to be a young journalist.” The piece is a little too sanguine, and it may make you furrow your brow, but it’s worth the three minutes it’ll take you to read it.
New York Post transit reporter Jennifer Fermino has left the paper to be the City Hall bureau chief of the Daily News, Capital New York reports.