Chefs ponder Sifton's departure after only two years.
But won't he be hungry?
America's youth are struggling with the idea that they may not get to do whatever they want.
Quirky "City" section stories will no appear in the "Metro" section, insofar as they appear at all.
But only for a day.
So we'll have one newspaper, at least.
The 'Times' will give up the forbidden place — for a price.
After 40 years at the 'Times,' copy editor Charles Cretella has lost the ability to describe ball fondling, and maybe also his job.
We're in a recession, and the ultrarich are spending money like it's, well, going out of style. Spending one's own money, you might say, is not a crime. But as far as we're concerned, bragging about it to the 'Times' should be.
In which an MSNBC publicist is artfully and deservingly skewered.