When the Wall Street Journal got an aging member of its editorial team on camera to talk about New York City’s new bike share program, we thought the hysteria over Citi Bike had reached its peak of wackiness, with nowhere to go but down.
“Look, I represent the majority of citizens,” Dorothy Rabinowitz declared of her opposition to the program. (Meanwhile, back in the real world, 72 percent of New Yorkers said they supported the program when polled last year.)
Dorothy Rabinowitz, the sexy, five-foot-tall Wall Street Journal columnist and editorial board member, hosted a dinner party recently at a downtown restaurant and, for a good 20 minutes, she smiled as her guests denounced Attorney General John Ashcroft.
Finally, she let it rip.
“I revere John Ashcroft,” she said.
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So winning does matter, after all. That truth was abundantly clear when New York Times editor Joseph Lelyveld strolled into the third-floor newsroom at 43rd Street on Monday, April 16, for the daily’s annual Pulitzer Prize gathering with staff. The champagne had already been cracked. “Well, this is more like it, don’t you think?” Mr. Read More