Sunday, February 28, 2010

Highlights from this Sunday's Times (2/21/10)


- Shaila Dewan, Stephanie Saul and Katie Zezima on Dr. Amy Bishop's quickly changing behavior, which manifested itself finally in the killing of three of her colleagues at the University of Alabama at Huntsville
- Nick Bilton on his experiments with a fledgling Web site, Chatroulette
- Elissa Gootman on Freda Rosenfeld, Brooklyn's breast-feeding maven

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Highlights from this Sunday's Times (2/14/10)

Marines in Marja. (Tyler Hicks/The New York Times)

- Chris Chivers on the inexperienced Marine Company K's surge through Marja, Afghanistan
- Dan Barry on people's struggles in Ciudad Juarez, which often cause moves across the border to El Paso
- Alex Witchel on the director David Cromer

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Highlights from this Sunday's Times (2/7/10)

The figure skater Rachael Flatt. (Ryan McGinley)

The freestyle skier Jeret (Speedy) Peterson. (Ryan McGinley)

The figure skater Evan Lysacek. (Ryan McGinley)

- The photographer Ryan McGinley on athletes in the 2010 Olympics
- Michael Sokolove on the Chicago-born long-track speed skater Shani Davis
- Bill Pennington on Minnesota-born alpine skier Lindsey Vonn

Friday, February 5, 2010

Wash. Post: "An erogenous zoning Violation"

Above was the headline as it appeared in print (the online head's not as creative). I just wanted to share this, because it's a great example of narrative coming from — of all things — a planning and zoning meeting.


Here's the link.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Highlights from this Sunday's Times (1/31/10)

Omar Hammami. (The Hammami Family)

- Andrea Elliott on the radicalization of the Alabama-born Shabab figure Omar Hammami
- Michael Wilson on the longtime New York news anchor Ernie Anastos
- Bruce Weber on Willie Mays, 78, who finally allowed someone to write a biography of him