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The senior White House adviser repeatedly ignored journalism ethics when he was publisher of the New York Observer in 2012, according to BuzzFeed News.
A 36-year-old cipher who is responsible for everything.
Unfortunately, the once great New York Observer will no longer land in my mailbox every Thursday. But even mega millionaires
Manhattan's favorite salmon-colored tabloid is fixing to take on a more orange hue.
Defending Trump from his critics is a family affair.
Reporter Ross Barkan says Trump’s son-in-law’s newspaper backing Trump was a factor.
"I don’t intend to let the eleven people who have appointed themselves the journalist police tell me... how to behave or to whom I’m allowed to speak,” says Editor Ken Kurson.
The de Blasio administration, for example, has said that there should be some mental health treatment aspect as a response to rich people complaining about the homeless in their neighborhoods. It's all so very 'progressive' and sophisticated, you see.
In an increasingly globalized world, albeit with local interests, where stories often break on social media before anyone has time to breathe, journalists and PR pros can't afford to be "geography challenged."
Reality for the partisans wasn't as much combat as simply a day to day struggle to stay out of harm's way while offering fellow Jews a sanctuary from the hell that was consuming the world outside.
Bill Gifford was managing an ice cream shop in Maplewood, N.J., last summer when a customer, Ken Kurson, the editor of The
As someone who has often found fault with The New York Times in the past, I can tell you that Ken Kurson's cover story in the Observer today does not reflect the reality of the paper I read every day.
The New York Observer dedicated its cover on Wednesday to its longtime former editor Peter Kaplan, following Kaplan's death
It will come as something short of a surprise to those who follow the Manhattan media scene that The New York Observer has
The Observer backed Obama in 2008, but editors wrote Tuesday that "his presidency, so filled with promise and potential, has