“Asa Aarons has dedicated his career to helping people solve the problems of everyday life,” says the New York 1 consumer reporter’s bio.
Trevor Smith, Mr. Aarons’ 18-year-old son, has a similar calling.
This morning Newsday publisher Terry Jimenez emailed his staff about the paper’s new television advertisements, which will be airing across Long Island.
“Starting today, all of us (and all of Long Island) will be seeing new TV commercials promoting Newsday across Cablevision’s channels,” he wrote. “I’m excited about this because these commercials are focused on Read More
After California cops raided the home of Gizmodo blogger Jason Chen, Bloggasm’s Simon Owens talked to some fellow web-savvy journalists about Chen’s position, and the validity of Gawker’s shield-law defense. Here’s what they had to say.
Joan Walsh, Salon:
“The fact that Gizmodo paid for the phone muddies the water Read More
Picasso’s The Actor, which a clumsy Met-goer tore back in January, has been repaired and is back on display at the Museum.
Its three months of convalescence involved whimsical remedies such as rabbit-skin glue and silk sandbags. Now it is healed, but for the emotional scars.
“This was a traumatic event in Read More