Earlier this month, James Gordon Meek resigned his position as the terrorism reporter for the New York Daily News–a post he had held for 8 of his 13 years on the beat–and accepted an offer to become a senior investigator on the House Committee on Homeland Security.
“It’s a pretty intense period right now and Read More
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Get ready to stand in line, BroBos, because the first Shake Shack is indeed coming to Brooklyn.
The borough was abuzz after rumors circulated that it was getting its first Shack, on the ungentrifiable Fulton Mall, no less. Despite initial denials from Danny Read More
Orla Healy, longtime features editor at the New York Daily News, called an early meeting today and asked that “more people than usual attend,” “We hear he’s been ‘keeping his cards close to the vest’ up until now, and this probably signals that he’s ready to play a hand or two,” Rovzar writes. “Or at Read More
Page Six is still the gold standard. Gawker is stronger than ever. And gossip at the Daily News is ready to make a comeback.
The Village Voice‘s Joe Coscarelli and Foster Kamer survey the world of gossip reporting in their cover story this week, and suggest that as the playing field has become more crowded, Read More
New York Daily News owner Mort Zuckerman announced today in a memo to the paper’s staff that CEO Marc Kramer is leaving the paper after more than four years.
Mr. Zuckerman has asked U.S. News & World Report CEO Bill Holiber to take over Mr. Kramer’s responsibilities. According to the memo, Mr. Kramer Read More
You may remember a heartwarming story from yesterday wherein an Afghan war veteran dived into New York harbor to save a woman who’d slipped from her ferry near Wall Street.
You may have thought that the story ended there. But no! The Daily News thought it was worthy of a Read More
Today is Frank Digiacomo’s first day running the Daily News gossip column Gatecrasher.
Mr. DiGiacomo’s two main items took a look at mini-feuds between bold-faced names.
Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney hated Senator Kirsten Gillibrand so much that she gave Harold Ford Jr. her opposition research on Ms. Gillibrand. But they’re pals now after cosponsoring legislation to Read More
The New York Daily News‘ Kenneth Lovett reports Monday that Andrew Cuomo is nearing his choice for lieutenant governor, despite the fact that Mr. Cuomo’s campaign for governor has yet to be formally announced. The attorney general–currently running under a generic CUOMO 2010 banner–apparently wants to make his selection before next week’s Read More
We can all list some of the well-documented ways that The Wall Street Journal has changed under Rupert Murdoch: More color on the front page! Snappier headlines! A women’s magazine! More politically conservative (maybe)!
But this is one we didn’t expect: The Journal is getting sportier!
The Journal’s New York sports section will assign beat Read More
Proving that there are still journalism jobs for those with proper qualifications, Ashley Dupre became the Post‘s newest advice columnist this week.
It seems that some people do not feel the former escort is in a position to give advice in print. The Daily Read More