In a few weeks, the Upper East Side girl’s private school Brearley, which is celebrating its 125th anniversary, will be swarmed by media stars.
On May 8, News Corporation chief Rupert Murdoch will serve on a panel, as will his daughter Elisabeth Murdoch, a Brearley grad, sources told the Transom. Let’s hope Rupe’s gotten over Read More
Alissa Rubin is leaving the Times‘ Baghdad bureau to cover Pakistan and Afghanistan, and Steven Lee Myers will replace her as Baghdad bureau chief, The Observer has learned.
Mr. Myers, a former Bush White House reporter who has been reporting from Iraq since February, will become the Times‘ fourth Baghdad bureau chief in just over two years (Jim Glanz left Read More
A source tells us that Alissa Rubin has been named the new Baghdad bureau chief of The New York Times.
Ms. Rubin has been with the Times since 2007, and before that worked in Iraq for The Los Angeles Times. In Seth Mnookin’s stirring profile of the Baghdad bureau in the December 2008 Vanity Read More
The New York Times didn’t have to look far for one new Baghdad correspondent: He’s already in Baghdad.
Stephen Farrell, a Middle East correspondent for The Times of London, will be switching to the New York Times compound later this year.
“He’s a very seasoned war correspondent,” said New York Times deputy foreign editor Ethan Read More