Posts Tagged ‘The New York Times’

Art Adverts Start a New Wave

Written by NYPress on . Posted in Arts & Film, Theater

by Greg Solman Advertising strategies gearing up for next season take art out the wilderness. CityArts surveys the new media tacticians who bring Broadway shows, museums and other art venues to popular attention. Art and its patrons all benefit from millennial art advertising’s new tactical strategies. Part 1 of a two-part series. New Yorkers with [&hellip
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Seasoned NY Times Journalist Publishes a Study On “The Mama’s Boy Myth”

Written by New York Family on . Posted in News Our Town, News West Side Spirit, Our Town, West Side Spirit

‘The Mama’s Boy Myth’ makes the case for moms who like to raise their boys closer By Jessica Kobrin Bernstein When she was raising her two children, Kate Stone Lombardi—a seasoned journalist for The New York Times for more than two decades and mom to now-26-year-old Jeanie and 23-year-old Paul—was taken aback by the assumptions [&hellip
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A New Book Makes a Case for “The Mama’s Boy”

Written by New York Family on . Posted in Family

By Jessica Kobrin Bernstein When she was raising her two children, Kate Stone Lombardi—a seasoned journalist for The New York Times for more than two decades and mom to now 26-year-old Jeanie and 23-year-old Paul—was taken aback by the assumptions of so many people around her saying that it was best to distance herself from [&hellip
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Citizens Connect Online Chat Fails

Written by Laura Nahmias on . Posted in Politics, Uncategorized

From City & State’s Heard Around Town, May 15, 2012: Whither Citizen Connects online chats, the program the Cuomo administration started last fall to let commissioners and agency heads live chat with New Yorkers (or anyone, really) who had questions for them? The chats, which happened on a weekly basis since late September of last [&hellip
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Stumbling to the Altar: Meet Mr. ‘I Would’

Written by admin on . Posted in Arts & Film, Arts West Side Spirit, West Side Spirit

FW-DEV1 Devan Sipher’s ‘The Wedding Beat’ By Leonora Desar Devan Sipher made his living for more than five years writing about some of New York’s most lavish weddings for the New York Times’ Vows column, even though he’s a forty-something single Jewish guy who spends Saturday nights alone in his Chelsea studio. Sipher’s debut novel The [&hellip
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