Why I Followed Andrew Sullivan to the Financial District

It’s sort of fitting that my last FBNY post should be about The Atlantic dinner/conversation I attended earlier this evening, which featured Michael Hirschorn and Andrew Sullivan, since this post […]

‘After Deadline’ Or, If You Look Hard Enough You Will Find a Blog for All of Life’s Problems

Is everyone but us aware that the has a grammar and spelling advice column!? How have we missed this (when we are so clearly and often in need of […]

PEN World Voices Festival in NYC

Don’t forget tickets are still available for the PEN World Voices Festival that starts in New York this weekend (#PWVFest), including the last-minute very special addition of Nobel Laureate Jean-Marie […]

The Morning Media Menu, Swan Song Edition

Today on the Menu (my last! Barring withdrawal symptoms that have me calling in under assumed names in the coming weeks) we’re joined by Dave Levinthal, reporter for The Dallas […]

(Un) Covering President Barack Obama

Are we the only ones worrying this is sort of inappropriate? (Now imagine someone deciding to run a similar cover of Michelle.)

Talking Social Media, Non-Profits, and New York Internet Week!

Hard to believe but New York Internet Week is almost upon us again. And if the participation levels during February’s Social Media Week, and SXSWi are anything to go by […]

Pulitzers Don’t Pay the Bills: NYT Co. Suffers Big Q1 Loss

Yesterday was a great day for the New York Times. After a harrowing year of cutbacks, leases, and criticism over their financial decisions (or lack thereof) the paper took home […]

The FishbowlNY Newsstand: Your Morning Glance

Pulitzers Announced!

News is trickling out. This from David Carr’s Twitter: carr2n: Standing on floor four in nyt waiting for pulitzers. Keller just stepped up an said we won five. Big claps […]

Awl Together Now: Balk and Choire Launch a Website

Rumors that former Gawker-ers (and RadarOnline-ers) Alex Balk and Choire Sicha had some sort of secret project in the works have been flying around for a while now. Turns out […]