city room

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the editorial department of a newspaper that edits the local news


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Last night, families who lost loved ones, as well as those who were injured, were invited by the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace to visit the Arena and the City Room.
The city room at the Daily Planet would forever be snickering about him as "that perv with the costume problem.
FACTFILE room/night based on two people sharing a City Room.
Its monthly survey showed that in the city room rate, occupancy and rooms yield all fell against the same period last year.
At no time was the city room crowded with this many people.
They then went into an exclusive Cardiff City room for lunch, just down the corridor from the hotel restaurant.
The New York Times' City Room has posted a YouTube video of CNBC host Jim Cramer calling New York's Attorney General Andrew Cuomo a "genuine Communist" for his early crackdown on mortgage abuses, including Fannie Mae and Fannie Mac problems.
The sleekly modern City Room suggests a sense of occasion, without excessive formality.
Even after he retired after 38 years in the backshop putting this newspaper to bed every night, he'd come back once or twice a week to give tours of the Daily News city room to school kids,'' said Daily News columnist Dennis McCarthy.
And we would not have had this insider's view of the transformation if Arthur Gelb had not, throughout his career, paid close attention and stayed close to the Times' heart, the city room.
Our special offer for the Metropolitan mini-weekend break costs just pounds 195 per night, saving you pounds 176, and includes accommodation in a queen city room for two (Friday, Saturday or Sunday nights), full English Breakfast for two served in Nobu's White Room, complimentary access to the Met Bar, access to Shambhala Health Club and Gym, and VAT.
Just ask Dave Peil, co-owner of Grumpy's City Room, a downtown Minneapolis art gallery/club/eatery.
It was nearing the end of the era of the street-smart reporter who didn't sport any college degrees, but you could fire a cannon through the city room without hitting a female reporter--sorry, Roz Russell.
On the fourth day the Tribune apologized to its readers for the deception, and the reporter was summarily dismissed, drummed out of the city room with the customary tattoo of mournfully qualified nouns--"unpardonable lapse," "disgraceful failure," "inexcusable prevarication .
When I was a young reporter on a large daily newspaper in the 1950s, people with offbeat ideas regularly showed up in the city room with the scoop of the century.