Thursday, January 30, 2014

The Art of Reportage

The New York Times


January 29, 2014

The Art of Reportage

The New York Times’s Arts section covers more than you might expect. Of course it features comprehensive coverage of the traditional arts scene — such as current museum and gallery listings and the latest ArtsBeat news — but it also serves as a handy jumping-off point for a wider world of reporting. 

Today, for instance, you’ll find an insightful appraisal of folk icon Pete Seeger’s musical and social legacy, a timely look at the next version of the Madden NFL video game, a backstage peek at a new opera based on a popular story of hidden love, an homage to a noted collector of New York graffiti art, and an examination of a controversy involving elderly fast-food patrons
 P.S. While you’re there, take a moment to make your pick for Best Picture at the upcoming Academy Awards.
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