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Jacky Myint

Barcelona, Catalonia
Multimedia Producer — The New York Times
As seen in: The New York Times

i like making stuff. multimedia producer @nytimes, formerly interactive designer @MediaStorm, @CondeNastCorp, and @ap. Brooklynite currently in Barcelona.

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20 Wines to Get You Through Fall With Money Left for Holiday Shopping

nytimes.com — A wonderfully fresh, deliciously gulpable wine from Eldorado County in the Sierra Foothills. It's made mostly of cabernet franc, with a little gamay noir, and is lively and bright, with an herbal streak woven into the red fruit flavors. It's low in alcohol, an almost unheard-of 12 percent for California, yet does not sacrifice structure.

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The Thanksgiving-erator

From Ashe to Williams, Rackets of U.S. Open Champions

nytimes.com — Photographs by Tony Cenicola/The New York Times; Rackets courtesy of The International Tennis Hall of Fame and Museum's permanent collection and Wilson Sources: Steve Flink, tennis historian, author and columnist for tennischannel.com; Joel Drucker, tennis historian, author and correspondent who covers Grand Slam events for the Tennis Channel; John Barrett, tennis historian, author, former tennis correspondent for the financial Times and broadcaster for BBC from 1971-2006; Wilson; Dunlop Sport.

Anatomy of Detroit’s Decline

nytimes.com — A look at how the collapse of Detroit - battered by financial missteps, racial tensions and leadership lapses - culminated in insurmountable debt that led the city to file for bankruptcy.

An Enforcer’s Story

nytimes.com — Derek Boogaard fought his way to center ice as one of the N.H.L's most feared fighters. But the role exposed him to repeated head traumas.

livelymorgue: July 13, 1935: Inside the kitchen...

jmyint.tumblr.com — livelymorgue: July 13, 1935: Inside the kitchen of an apartment at Boulevard Gardens in Queens, a high-rise development where the average rent was $11 per room. This photograph, and dozens of others from the visual archives of The New York Times, appears in "A Short History of the Highrise," a four-part interactive documentary film about the 2,500-year history of vertical living that was published on Tuesday.

Banal Things - nprradiopictures: It’s...

jmyint.tumblr.com — nprradiopictures: It's official! #NPRDumplingWeek is here! Each day we'll post a little (semi-instructional) guide to the art of making different dumplings found around the world. Today: Jiaozi! Chef Scott Drewno of The Source assembles his original take on Chinese potstickers with cherries, apricots and raisins added to the classic filling of pork, cabbage, garlic, ginger and herbs.

Farmers’ Market Recipe Generator

nytimes.com — When the farmers' markets are full of white eggplants, shell beans, baby squash, multicolored carrots and greens whose names you don't even know, it's time to go shopping: without knowing what you're looking for, without any kind of plan, just shopping to buy what looks or tastes good - or what the farmer tells you is good.
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Sep 11, 2015

@TroyEricG @mlouttit @leonorjr i recently watched season 1 (again) and was wondering this exact thing.

Jul 27, 2015

RT @nytimes: Workers turned "sea slaves" catch fish that’s fed to cats and dogs in the U.S.  http://nyti.ms/1fyX8WG  http://t.co/4QL0P1GwYP

Jun 23, 2015

RT @frontlinepbs: After nearly 10 yrs helping to lead the @nytimes' video efforts, @yoshaylaharris is joining FRONTLINE:  http://to.pbs.org/1BzrdzA 

Jun 23, 2015

@erikhinton late to this news but congrats on the new position at @VICE!! was awesome working with you at the @nytimes!!!

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