The New York Times is indeed obsessed with Brooklyn. Not only does it continue to offer fodder for ever-more ridiculous trend pieces (Rockaway Boardwalk is a Catwalk!), but the entire extended Sulzberger clan appears to be moving to the borough.
Mere months after Sam Dolnick bought a $1.8 townhouse in Carroll Gardens, Arthur G. Sulzberger, metro reporter and the son of Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr., has also embedded himself in Brooklyn, leaving his Upper West Side digs at 1 West 64th Street for a $610,000 one-bedroom in Cobble Hill.
It’s no wonder that Sam Dolnick, metro reporter for The New York Times and grandnephew to former Times publisher Arthur Ochs “Punch” Sulzberger, has purchased a townhouse in Carroll Gardens. After all, The Times is obsessed with the borough and all of its charming, artisanal ways.
Mr. Dolnick and his wife Heidi are leaving their townhouse in the still-up-and-coming Prospect Lefferts Gardens for a strikingly-similar one in the well-established, Barneys-bearing neighborhood of Carroll Gardens.
It’s not every day that Cooperstown, the baseball-obsessed hamlet upstate, has a New York Times reporter come through town. But when it does happen, the local paper evidently writes a story about all the attention. The most recent reporter to get this treatment was one A.G. Sulzberger, and oh boy is it a fun and lovely portrait of the heir Read More
A. G. Sulzberger is about to get a new friend on the third floor of the Times newsroom!
The Observer has learned that Sam Dolnick, a reporter for the Associated Press and grandnephew to former Times publisher Arthur Ochs “Punch” Sulzberger, is joining the metro desk at The Times. His first day is September 14, a Read More
New York Post: Let’s start at the top, shall we? Umm. A guy with a jetpack seems to have propelled himself out of a diving plane and survived its crash. The picture looks a bit like a scene from a G.I. Joe cartoon show: Drat, Destro got away again! “Great escape” reads the copy, in Read More
On Monday, the editors of Vanity Fair posted Mark Bowden’s May 2009 write-around on Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. on the Web. The story, which was Mr. Bowden’s first for the magazine, made quite an impression on the small—and ever-shrinking—community of media reporters and pundits who obsess about The New York Times, not to mention Read More
He hasn’t even been three weeks yet on the job, and The New York Times’ new boy wonder has been pumping out the bylines!
A.G. Sulzberger, 28-year-old son of Arthur Jr, has produced seven bylines already.
In February, a Times spokeswoman told The Observer that Mr. Sulzberger would be working for the City Room Read More