Friday, November 26, 2004

What the NYT left out

Space. The final frontier for newspapers. Here's an article I wrote on a stadium closing in New Jersey. Part of the story is centered on an old-time rivalry between two schools in Union City. Knowing next to nothing about the two schools, I was fairly pleased that I broke a little news here. Alas, when the paper came out, the paragraph was omitted. Here, dear reader, is that graf in full:
Of course, it wouldn’t be a rivalry without a little controversy. This past Tuesday, the coach of Emerson, Edwin Marinez, stood up at a joint-school alumni dinner and accused Union Hill’s coaches of writing to the state over the eligibility of a player on his team. That statement shocked Union Hill supporters, and Mr. Marinez now says he was wrong to make the accusation. “It was a mistake on my part,” he said after the game, “I apologize for it.”

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Tuesday, November 23, 2004

The second post

Couldn't think of anything good to post, but didn't want to leave my first blogging day with only one thought, so here's something newsy: Sounds like good times in the Ukraine, don't it?

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How to sell feline hallucinogens to minors

At a toy store, where else? And who wouldn't want their kids enjoying mind-altering cat drugs? The presence of Dickensian characters is also a plus. A big scoop for the NYT.

“Redesigned by Rockwell Partners, the store will offer 65,000 square feet of catnip for children and all but the most Scrooge-like of grownups.”
F.A.O. Schwarz to Reopen; Timing Is No Coincidence [NYT]

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