Monthly Archives: April 2012

The editrix & the writer

“Why do you write so much?” a friend ask a few weeks back after seeing an issue of the paper in which I had three or four stories. “I thought being an editor meant you didn’t have to write so much.” … Continue reading

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May my quill never run dry (or the best ‘Thank you’ I ever received)

It was no ordinary piece of mail addressed to me at the office … Like so many other professions, being a journalist is a thankless job. Luckily, for the most part (and for most of us), a “thank you” isn’t … Continue reading

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Noodles – and Pinkberry – on my mind

I don’t think it’s any surprise that I love New York. I love the streets – and walking them, the smells, the pace, the skyscrapers, the lights, the people – everything. And I especially love its food. From the irresistible … Continue reading

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