Today The New York Times Business section featured a front-page profile by Claire Cain Miller and Brad Stone of a bunch of start-up blogs that are trying to do some start-up journalism.
“If your local newspaper shuts down, what will take the place of its coverage? Perhaps a package of information about your neighborhood, or Read More
A team of New York Times metro and investigation reporters and editors have been working since yesterday afternoon to break the story of Eliot Spitzer’s alleged involvement with a prostitution ring, according to a newsroom source.
The group of editors were led by metro editor Joe Sexton, politics editor Mary Ann Giordano (former Observer managing Read More
New York Times Style czar Trip Gabriel has a new deputy to helm Thursday Styles. Today, The Times named former deputy regional editor Mary Ann Giordano as the Thursday Styles Deputy Editor. Gabriel said on The Times’ internal web site that Giordano, in addition to her Thursday duties, “will have a hand in generating major Read More
The Price of Motherhood: Why the Most Important Job in the World Is Still the Least Valued , by Ann Crittenden. Metropolitan Books, 323 pages, $25.
I disappeared three mommies the other day. Bouncing up to a group of my friends, I announced cheerily, “I have a job for you.”
“Don’t look at me,” Read More