Journalist, New York Times
Reporter, The New York Times. Ex-Londoner. I try not to tweet the same things as everyone else.
vice.com — On a Tuesday night, the Music Hall theater in Beverly Hills was seemingly empty. I arrived an hour early for the 10 PM screening of Leviathan. I walked in thinking it was a poetic documentary about the lives of deep-sea fishermen. Before the movie I sat in the lobby and read Extra Lives: Why Video Games Matter.
bbc.co.uk — It was a barbaric attack carried out in broad daylight on the streets of London. A man hacked to death. The attackers had been shot by the police. An extraordinary and horrific story but not one, you might think, for the Political Editor of the BBC.
bbc.co.uk — Police say they are responding to an incident in Woolwich, south east London, amid reports that a man has been attacked. Scotland Yard said the incident took place in John Wilson Street, at 14:20 BST. London Ambulance Service said an air ambulance and four crews were also at the scene.
washingtonpost.com — At what point will Poynter.org organize a media seminar run by longtime drug dealers? If the recently publicized probes by the Justice Department into the activities of media organizations deliver one lesson, it's that news outlets may want to review how they handle communications with their most precious sources.
cdc.gov — Based on death data from 2000 through 2006, this US map of the smoothed, county-level, age-adjusted suicide rates indicate that suicide rates are highest in the western and northwestern regions of the United States. There is also a notable pattern of high suicide rates among counties in the central areas of the midwest and southern regions and in central Florida.
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