Gillian Reagan

What Charter Families Are Saying:

What Charter Families Are Saying

Bio: Gillian Reagan is managing editor at Capital. She joined the team for the site's launch in May 2010. She was previously media editor at The Business Insider and a reporter for The New York Observer. Her writing has also appeared in the New York Times and Bloomberg Businessweek.

Latest Articles:


Cyborg City: New York’s central nervous system is growing; here’s what it can do

Parking sensors, garbage sensors, traffic sensors, health sensors: The city as an aggregate of its data.

Nov. 19, 2010


On the generational, and digital, divide in feminism

At a discussion last night, the old argument about feminist "waves" and a new one about the digital revolution collided.

Nov. 11, 2010


Tucking in Kanye West: Blogger Angel Laws makes big-time play with Concrete Loop

When Kanye West recently introduced his private parts to the Internet, it seemed like every gossip blog up and down the web food chain scrambled to post the story.

Nov. 8, 2010


Post-election shock, Taylor Swift’s blond ambition and an Internet mogul’s return: A Capital week in review

What exactly happened last Tuesday?

Nov. 6, 2010


The singularities of Josh Harris

The onetime internet mogul comes back to New York, this time to turn your life into The Truman Show, if anyone will bite.

Nov. 1, 2010


A Cuomo, a Clinton and a Mondo: A Capital week in review

We've got Sheen, Sandy, schnitzel and Sondheim for you. Catch up with us.

Oct. 31, 2010


On prison

Some observations from New York's elite.

Oct. 24, 2010


Voter revolutions, enthusiasm gaps and screenwriting woes: A Capital week in review

Election Day is Nov. 2, just two weeks away and the Capital crew has been keeping their eyes one the candidates for you.

Oct. 24, 2010


Prison songs, ‘Giants football,’ dummies and chaotic campaigns: A Capital week in review

Catch up with us. Some Sunday reading suggestions from Capital.

Oct. 17, 2010


Christina Ricci, Chris Christie, the Jets and the Mets: A Capital week in review

Last week, Steve Kornacki explained why Carl Paladino's nomination and the story of David Duke, a former Grand Wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, are connected.

Howard Megdal explained the minefield left by outging Mets GM Omar Minaya.

Eliot Brown took us on a ride to New Jersey to explain how the state's politics murdered an $8.7 billion tunnel-rail project.

Oct. 10, 2010