Chuck Strum was a very beloved @nytimes editor: wise, encouraging, and so funny. This fierce protector of standards and sworn enemy of pomposity died last night at 73. So raise a Plymouth gin martini - his drink - to Chuck, and to all who give meaning and life to a newsroom.
Beautifully written story from @cveiga about a 1:1 tutoring program that pays students to help their peers at a Brooklyn HS where many Ss are English learners & the communities it serves were hit very hard by COVID. Amazing 📸 by @GabrielaBhaskar too https://t.co/EkBju2b2hm
Joseph J Salvo.
I'd no idea the work you were doing. All these many, many years.
Big shoes to fill.
Massive gratitude to your commitment to our city.
How N.Y.C.’s Population Expert Says the City Will Bounce Back https://t.co/MYzfJlefp3
Today @nytimes and @Jan_Ransom sued the state department of corrections over its failure to release the disciplinary records of its officers. For decades these records were shielded from public view by section 50-a -
a that law has now been repealed. It's time they be released. https://t.co/qVOgQ443aU
Six weeks after @amyjharris investigation, one of NYC's largest homeless shelter operators was arrested today in a kickback scheme
Prosecutors said he pocketed hundreds of thousands of dollars — public money meant for the homeless
NEW: Cy Vance will not run for re-election, setting off a mad scramble for the office among 8 candidates and making it highly likely that any potential case against President Donald J. Trump will be left in a newcomer’s hands. https://t.co/PqxFvXKNM4