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Age:​ ​28 Pronouns:​ She/Her Neighborhood:​ ​Cobble Hill Most​ ​Likely​ ​To:​ ​Ask For Your Wifi Password Immediately Upon Entering Your Home Favorite​ ​Quote:​ ​“Everything is copy.” - Nora Ephron If you’ve seen young people’s voices amplified, there’s a good chance Taylor Trudon was working in the background. Formerly the editor of the Huffington Post’s Teen vertical and MTV News’ Youth Special Projects Editor, which included launching the MTV Founders program for college students, (where she interviewed Michelle Obama) Taylor is...
Age: 29 Pronouns: He/him Neighborhood: Prospect Heights Most Likely To: Fall asleep at 10pm, at a party at my own house Favorite Quote: "I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold, service was joy." – Rabindranath Tagore It’s not exactly news to the journalism industry that web traffic and clicks are paramount to a company’s success. At the New York Times, Samarth Bhaskar analyzes the print data...
No one reads obits when they’re young. For Vanessa Gould, it took the death of Eric Joisel, an artist and subject of her Peabody Award-winning documentary Between the Folds, in 2010. Gould learned of his death and “got this real panic that his life and his work would just disappear like smoke.” Struck by this fear, she called newspapers across the country to pitch his life story. The New York Times—the longest shot of...
Park Slope Food Co-op member A.O. Scott wields the power to shape mainstream consensus, to define for a large and varied nonspecialist readership what viewing habits, and what attitudes, constitute enlightened moviegoing. This is not just down to his platform at theTimes, but also because Scott’s criticism—lucid, witty, sensible—makes him the perfect ambassador. It’s not surprising that with his high-profile new book, Better Living Through Criticism, he’s turned to advocating for his entire profession. What’s your favorite place in Brooklyn to...

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