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September 30, 2010
Local Blogging, Both Skeptical and Elegiac
by J. David Goodman
The blog of The New York Times, which never has any problem getting access to the developer of its headquarters building, recognizes that some others do.
But as Norman Oder of the Atlantic Yards Report keeps discovering, angering the powers that be can also lead to annoyances in the real world: Sometimes they won’t let you into their news conferences. In the latest instance, Mr. Oder reports that he was kept from attending the unveiling of new designs for the Atlantic Yards project on Tuesday.
NoLandGrab: Perhaps if The Times had ever bothered to take a hard look at Atlantic Yards, they might find themselves on Norman Oder's side of the velvet rope.
Posted by eric at September 30, 2010 12:39 PM