When the New York Times Tells You Sunday Means Saturday and Sunday

If there’s anything I love in the world of print journalism, it’s the Sunday New York Times. There are so many sections exploding with glorious information waiting to be devoured, from the Magazine to the special fashion inserts. This is precisely why, when I saw a New York Times sale booth a few weeks ago with lovely tote bags being offered for subscribers that I felt that I had to bite. I knew exactly what I wanted — the Sunday New York Times.

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The New York Times Loses Control of their Content with a Paywall

Yesterday, I received this email notice from the New York Times that they would, once again, begin charging me for reading their content.

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Why Frank Rich Really Quit the New York Times

Frank Rich quitting the New York Times to work at New York Magazine is hitting many Manhattan elitists as strangely odd and curious, but it makes sense to me in “Richian” sort of way.

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Janna and Jose and VESID Rehabilitation and the New York Times

Jim Dwyer of the New York Times recently wrote an article about Jose Gutierrez — a Deaf man enslaved by other Deaf people — who was able to clamber out of his slavery and into a high paying janitorial job at the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.  Here is the great image from the NYTimes article of Jose and his family:

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