Clips of the Week


Here are some fine links to help close the month:

•Peter Moskowitz’s video about an Upper West Side sausage maker made The New Yorker’s website.

•Sean Carlson and Chester Soria’s analysis of what young Americans are expecting from President Obama’s second term was featured on the 219 Magazine site.

• Team coverage of Crain’s annual Future of New York City conference included contributions from Erin Brodwin, Rachel Bryson-Brockmann, Kathleen Caulderwood, Kathleen Culliton, Ezra Eeman, Jillian Eugenios,  Matthew Perlman, Lauren Rothman and John Sodaro.

•Shannon Ayala’s article about a call to beautify the West Side Highway found a home in The West Side Spirit. Amy Eley reported on increased demand at a Harlem food pantry.

•Sophia Rosenbaum’s story about a Lower Manhattan mission’s quick comeback from Sandy made Our Town Downtown.

•Susan Armitage’s story about possible cuts to food stamps found a home in The Jewish Daily Forward.

•The latest on the Mott Haven Herald includes Anna Teregulova’s story about a youth soccer league and a police blotter by Irina Ivanova and Shamanth Rao.

•Michael Paterakis, writing for Voices of NY, reported on how the Jewish and Pakistani communities in Brighton Beach are working together in the comeback from Sandy. Sierra Leone Starks wrote about a company that promotes businesses owned by people of color.

•The latest on our News Service includes a new crowdsourcing project about dirty streets.  Sarah Kazadi reported on the rebranding of Shaquille O’Neal.

•The latest on The Local includes posts by, among others: Chris Dell, Theresa Fisher,  Elizabeth Hagen, Jonathan Moffie and Mitch Trinka.

A few nuggets from our Alumni Corner:

•Rima Abdelkader worked on this “Rock Center” segment about a bomb maker dubbed “the world’s most dangerous man.”

•Andrew Greiner led his team at NBCChicago to a Chicago/Midwest Emmy Award.

•Clark Merrefield examined the practice of sentencing juveniles as adults for The Daily Beast.

•Maureen Sullivan’s piece about volunteers efforts in the Rockaways made The Queens Courier.

Congrats to all – and keep ‘em coming!