N.Y.P.D. press passes are alive and well; no word on the status of fedoras.
It was a bad year for pickled sharks and shiny things.
A bomb in Times Square? Nope.
Peter Kaplan writes, “Nobody embodied the magic merger of ink and newsprint and its ability to state a human point of view – nobody could lift life from the page – as David Levine could.”
The W.S.J. explains how Preet Bharara wrapped Galleon head Raj Rajaratnam in wiretaps.
And how Mr. Bharara is keeping the pressure on for a plea.
Mr. Sharpton will eulogize Percy Sutton next week.
The Dallas Morning News says Mr. Sutton “embodied the kind of political talent Texas lost because it didn’t create a home for all its people.”
Atlantic Yards get some fancy fencing.
Preservationists look to 2010.