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.
We're live, here at the Sheraton Hotel, taking notes on how we're going to be saved.
An interview with Sara Marcus about her new book, and the Riot Grrrl movement.
We're well acquainted with some of the people and institutions in New York's excellent "establishment" issue this week, it turns out.
Tom Bodkin, the New York Times’ assistant managing editor and design director, spoke with Capital about the Times' new online opinion section design and how to appeal to readers in the modern age of the Internet. Here is a version of our conversation, which has been edited for clarity and flow.
The lead designer at the Times says he's not appy.
The key to Freddy Zeideia's exceptional falafel: nine spices, and the oval shape.
Tipped off by a neighborhood restauranteur, a small team set out from the office to confirm rumors of a lion and tiger appearing at the San Gennaro festival in NoLiTa / Little Italy.
[PHOTO] The young New Brunswick, N.J. band celebrated the release of their new album, Castle Talk.
Primary Day 2010 is here! Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Find your registration and polling location here and get voting.
Today, you can tune in to Capital contributors Azi Paybarah at WNYC and Jimmy Vielkind at the TU as they report on city- and state-wide races. Salon's Steve Kornacki will be doing post-primary analysis for us, and our own Josh Benson will be on NY1 to discuss the results after the polls close. In the meantime, catch up on all the primary action this season on Capital.
September is here, which means we can hear the cranks and wheels of the city begin to spin after lying in a heat-induced coma for the past three months.
As the machines rise up, we want your help with a new feature here on the site: Capital Street View (like Google Street View, only better!).