Clips of the Week
•Hannah Miet’s article about a New Orleans neighborhood’s ongoing battle to recover from Hurricane Katrina made the front page of the Times-Picayune.
•Tristan Hallman’s piece about a marathoner from Texas was featured in the Star Courier of Plano.
•Julian Dunn’s audio slide show about a pipe organ restoration project at a Brooklyn church found a home on the Ditmas Park Blog.
•Eli Chen’s story about an Occupy Wall Street-style protest at a Bronx community board was featured on the Mott Haven Herald’s site.
•City Limits ran the lead story from our News Service’s latest special report – “The Subsidized Housing Search ‘Maze’” – and the project got link love from The Huffington Post, Curbed, Brownstoner and The Local, among other places. Paul Bufano, Felipe Cabrera, Cheryl Chan, Patrick Clark, Matt Draper, Nida Najar, Brooks Newkirk, An Phung, Susan Rohwer, Eliza Ronalds-Hannon and Jacqueline Vergara contributed.
•Speaking of the News Service, you can find the latest edition of AudioFiles there. The show was put together by Sarah Amandolare, Michelle Bangert, Rebecca Lee Douglas, Rachel Dzanashvili, Cara Eisenpress, Elizabeth Hagen, Frans Koster and Rasmus Raun Westh.
•The latest on The Local includes contributions by, among others, Roxanna Asgarian, Martin Burch, Celia Gorman, Martin Leung, Tierney McAfee, Peter Moskowitz, Mary Shell, Mitch Trinka and Brenna Walton.
•Nathan Frandino’s story about the increasing number of Cuba Americans visiting Cuba made World Policy Journal’s blog.
•Matt Draper covered a holiday party for families of fallen 9/11 firefighters for DNAinfo.com.
A couple of samplings from our Alumni Corner:
•Rima Abdelkader was part of the Rock Center team that helped produce Bob Costas’ interview with Jerry Sandusky and his attorney.
•Joe Walker’s article about the mobile gaming industry made The Wall Street Journal.
Congrats to all – and keep ‘em coming!