Dog Show Shots, Pop-up Galleries, Bernanke Speaks
Looks like March is roaring in like a lion:
•Jennifer Hamblett’s post about a photographer’s black-and-white take on Los Angeles was featured on The New York Times’ Lens blog. Kerri MacDonald helped produce this interactive look at the Westminster Dog Show. Hannah Miet’s story about an online matchmaking service called Date My School made The Times’ Sunday paper.
•Speaking of The Times, the latest on The Local includes contributions from, among others: Lea Baron, Anne Brochstedt, Shannon Carlin, Tamy Cozier, Brendaliss Gonzalez, Celia Gorman, Zachary Kussin, Kyle McGovern, Rochana Rapkins, Nicholas Rizzi, Ian Thomas, Mitch Trinka and Ichi Vazquez.
•Bianca Seidman’s story about pop-up art galleries in empty storefronts found a home in The Queens Courier.
•Vincent Trivett and Eliza Ronalds-Hannon both covered Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke’s speech to the Citizens Budget Commission. Vincent’s story was published on the WNYC web site, while Eliza’s piece made the Crain’s New York site.
•Patrick Clark’s story about two long-established parochial schools sharing space in the East Village was featured in The Villager.
•Ashley Welch wrote about self-sustained gardens for The Riverdale Press.
•Patrick Wall examined the potential impact of proposed cuts to services for grandparents raising grandchildren. His article appeared in City Limits.
•Patrick Hickey profiled the New York Aviators for Pro Hockey News.
•Paul DeBenedetto wrote the obit of actor Len Lesser – Uncle Leo from “Seinfeld” – for NBCNewYork.com.
• Jennifer Hamblett, Alcione Gonzalez and Amy Stretten teamed on a video piece for the News Service that looks at proposed cab designs.
Samplings from our Alumni Corner:
•Danny Gold profiled a boxer from Egypt for The Times.
•Margaret Teich put together this Fashion Week video for Marie Claire.
Congrats to all – and keep ‘em coming!