A journalism program located in the publishing capital of the world should be more than a teaching institute. It should be a publisher. Welcome to the Institute's publishing platform. Here the Institute acts as both public-interest publisher and presenter of work in different media by our students, faculty and alumni. In part, it is our laboratory, the place where we teach journalism by doing journalism and offer it to readers, listeners, viewers, and interactive users. Teaching requires one kind of audience, publishing quite another. This is where the two meet. The emphasis is on quality -- work that is accurate and compelling, innovative and classic. We hope you enjoy it.
- April 28, 2014
- Stephanie Butnick
- I’m a Cat Lady? Thank You
Adopting a Cat Is Seen as a Badge of Honor and Independence
- April 01, 2014
- Lara Zarum
- Mad About You
A review of Sitcom : A History in 24 Episodes from I Love Lucy to Community, by Saul Austerlitz.
- March 31, 2014
- Ian Crouch
- Johnny Cash, Eighties Man
Another attempt at musical rehab is underway with the release of a collection of lost songs by Johnny Cash.
- March 31, 2014
- Robert Tutton
- Astoria Staple Fatty's Cafe Will Reopen in Mid-April
Over the last decade, the Peñas have carved out a niche for themselves in the neighborhood, and they eventually took over the storefront next door, turning it into a brooding wine bar called Crescent and Vine.
- March 28, 2014
- Scott Borchert
- Visions of Sleepy Hollow
No previous adaptation of Washington Irving's "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" is as weird or bewildering as the new hour-long FOX drama Sle epy Hollow.
- March 25, 2014
- Alexa Kurzius
- What's In a Weed?
Unlocking the genetic code of pests.
- March 24, 2014
- Sam Behrens
- Madvillainy Turns 10
On its tenth anniversary, a look back at the seminal debut album of hip hop duo Madvillain
- March 20, 2014
- Michael Miller
- Maximo Caminero's Million-Dollar Attack on the Miami Art World
On February 16, a middle-aged man with hazel eyes and a crown of salt-and-pepper hair walked into Pérez Art Museum Miami. The heavy wooden doors on the new $220 million public building swung open with a whisper.