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Edwin Burrows, Historian and Co-Author of ‘Gotham,’ Dies at 74

He and a fellow college professor, Mike Wallace, spent almost 20 years producing their epic history of New York City, winning the Pulitzer Prize.

Published: May 7, 2018 at 05:30AM… 69 more words

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Edwin Burrows, Historian and Co-Author of ‘Gotham,’ Dies at 74 by SAM ROBERTS


By Bhavesh Patil

He and a fellow college professor, Mike Wallace, spent almost 20 years producing their epic history of New York City, winning the Pulitzer Prize. 7 more words

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Edwin Burrows, Historian and Co-Author of ‘Gotham,’ Dies at 74 by SAM ROBERTS

Edwin Burrows, Historian and Co-Author of ‘Gotham,’ Dies at 74
By SAM ROBERTS

He and a fellow college professor, Mike Wallace, spent almost 20 years producing their epic history of New York City, winning the Pulitzer Prize. 11 more words

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L.A. Author Zinzi Clemmons Accuses Pulitzer Prize Winner Junot Díaz of Sexual Misconduct

Los Angeles-based author Zinzi Clemmons is accusing Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Junot Díaz of forcibly kissing her when she was a grad student, and two other authors subsequently made allegations of verbal abuse. 143 more words

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April 25 Trivia Rankings

Thanks to all the Quizlings who made it out to play this week. It’s a busy, transitional time of the year for many, so I hope to see some missing faces soon. 127 more words

Sparky MacMillan

Good News Friday: The total unknown who came in 2nd in the Boston Marathon. The Pulitzer Prizes show great, local journalism is still awesome and thriving. And a fabulous oldie but goodie: Two little kids and their first kiss.

And a Happy Friday to all of you out there on the Web that is apparently, World Wide. While still waiting for the freaking temperature to get above 60 in late April here in New York City (hey Ma Nature, my winter coat is crying “uncle,” and my windbreaker is all like “what, I don’t matter anymore?”), a plethora of good news to choose from this week. 666 more words

Pulitzer Prizes: Here Are the 2018 Winners


By THE NEW YORK TIMES

The prizes encompassed, among other topics, stories of abuse in the workplace; Syrian refugees; and a profile of Dylann Roof, who was sentenced to death for the massacre of parishioners in a Charleston, S.C., church. 6 more words

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