Clips of the Week
As Thanksgiving approaches, we’re serving up a feast of stories:
•Carla Astudillo’s article about the removal of garbage cans along Brooklyn’s 18th Avenue was featured on BensonhurtBean.com.
•Jane Teeling’s story about the uneasy relationship between bars and Hell’s Kitchen residents found a home in City Limits.
•Justin Mitchell’s piece about efforts to spruce up Fulton Street made Bed-Stuy Patch.
•Alexander Tucciarone’s moveable feast through Sheepshead Bay made cityspoonful.com.
•If you missed the live broadcast of the latest AudioFiles, with contributions by Michelle Bangert, Ian Chant, Rebecca Lee Douglas, Rachel Dzanashvili, Lisa Hagen, Frans Koster and Rasmus Raun Westh, check it out on the News Service.
Speaking of our News Service, we’ve been quite productive:
•Christina Diaz and Alcione Gonzalez teamed on a piece about the arrival of the Dignity Memorial Wall.
•Brendaliss Gonzalez and Judy Le chronicled the battle to help homeless teens.
•Elis Estrada and Annais Morales profiled a drummer who participated in the Veterans Day Parade.
•Nathan Frandino, Patrick Hickey, Amy Kraft, Ashley Welch and Chase Rosen contributed to a slideshow on the OWS eviction.
•Channon Hodge and Nida Najar looked at an upstate farm that sells produce in the South Bronx.
•Lindsay Armstrong, Carla Astudillo, Kimie Bunyasaranand, Dobrina Zhekova and Kate Trafecante put together a New York City Marathon package.
•Jacqueline Vergara and Cheryl Chan profiled a young fashion designer.
•Daniel Prendergast reported on a lawsuit against NYCHA for City Hall.
•Eliza Ronalds-Hannon’s story about a threat to community gardens found a home in Gotham Gazette.
•Susan Rohwer’s piece about a family sleepover at Zuccotti Park made Brooklyn Based.
•Tuan Nguyen’s story about local Tibetans mourning homeland martyrs made the Daily News.
•Geoff Decker’s report about cheating on Regents exams was featured on Gotham Schools.
•Joanna Fantozzi’s piece about the impact of the October storm on trees in Central Park found a home in The West Side Spirit.
•Al Barbarino’s article about a local startup specializing in high school sports websites made NYConvergence.com
•The latest on The Local includes contributions by, among others: Roxanna Asgarian, Martin Burch, Liza Eckert, Sean Flynn, Celia Gorman, Menglin Huang, Martin Leung, Lisa Mahapatra, Tierney McAfee, Peter Moskowitz, Mary Shell, Chester Soria, Christine Streich, Mitch Trinka, Brenna Walton and Amanda Woods.
•The latest from the Mott Haven Herald includes: Elizabeth Chen’s story about the fight to save a community garden; Evan Buxbaum’s article about a new documentary center in Melrose; Patricia Rey Mallen’s report on the closing of a beloved local restaurant; and Alex Robinson’s piece about a participatory budgeting exercise.
In our Alumni Corner,
•Kerri MacDonald wrote a New York Times Lens post about how photographer Joao Silva, who lost his legs after stepping on a landmine in Afghanistan last year, competed in the Marathon’s handcycle division – and snapped pictures along the route.
•Nicholas Martinez reviewed a new mouse for Computer Shopper.
•Daniel Massey’s pre-eviction story about the changing Occupy Wall Street movement appeared in Crain’s New York Business.
Congrats to all – and keep ‘em coming!