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After a long run—and a Pulitzer Prize win—with The Boston Globe, and a four-year stint working for Bill Simmons at Grantland (RIP), Wesley Morris made the jump in 2015 to The New York Times, leaving full-time film criticism in the dust. As a critic-at-large for the Times, Morris weighs in on anything from the Art, Music, and Television worlds, with anything in-between fair game as well (film, of course, remains mixed in). Last year, Morris...
New York Times investigative reporter Nikole Hannah Jones has single-handedly broken open the story of contemporary school segregation. From the heartbreaking This American Life episode about Michael Brown’s failing Missouri school district to the searching Times story about finding a Brooklyn public school for her daughter, Hannah-Jones work is unstinting, urgent, and deeply moral. Like her idol, anti-lynching journalist Ida B. Wells—after whom she named a training and mentorship organization which she cofounded for...
Through the years, John Hodgman has been an author, a writer, and an editor for the New York Times. He’s been a P.C., a Daily Show contributor, a podcaster, and an actor. These days, he’s still writing for the Times and recording his Judge John Hodgman podcast while being a voiceover regular in Jon Glaser Loves Gear on TruTV, and, as of last Friday, he can be seen in the second season of Amazon’s Red...
Like so many others around the country, Wesley Morris and Jenna Wortham were in shock the morning of Wednesday, November 9. The night prior, Donald J. Trump was elected the next president of the United States. But Morris, of Philadelphia, and Wortham, of Northern Virginia, both writers for the New York Times Magazine, got out of bed the next morning and met with one another. Through tears, the pair took to their microphones to...

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