Articles Tagged ‘Christopher Twarowski’

A Letter from the Press’ Editor-in-chief

“Tell me something about Elvis.” That’s how my housemate Jared answered a phone call one afternoon in early 2002. I didn’t know it at the…

A snapshot of some of Press Editor In Chief Christopher Twarowski's work

Christopher Twarowski Named Editor In Chief of Press

The Long Island Press proudly announces the promotion of Christopher Twarowski to editor in chief. Twarowski began his career at the Press at its predecessor,…

Letters to the Press: For the Week of July 8 – July 14

I wanted to thank the Long Island Press for its extensive and comprehensive article “Calling for Help” in your June 16 issue. We felt the article did an excellent job of raising awareness about the stigmatized issues of suicide, depression, and self-injury. People suffering from depression and suicidal ideation need to know that they are not alone and where to seek help. A comprehensive list of resources was given. In addition, the accessibility and sincere caring offered by hotline counselors was well described. I’m sure the article will be a godsend for many in our Long Island community.

Letter to the Press: For the Week of June 17 – June 23

The Long Island Press once again almost completely swept the weekly newspaper contests at the Press Club of Long Island’s media awards on June 10 (sorry, local weeklies), in addition to one of our reporters being named rookie of the year, for a total of 17 honors.

Letters To The Press: For the Week of April 8 – April 14

We KNOW you hate Barack Obama, and the whiny bit is getting old. Every issue it seems it’s the same thing. The topper was when you recently lamented about how “Obama’s new taxes” were going to force you to abandon your Hamptons oceanfront house for a villa in Tuscany. Wow, dude, life’s got to be real tough for you. Pardon me for my total lack of sympathy. But I do have the number for the local Waaaahmbulance. Should we send it over?

How Cablevision Is Destroying Newsday

by Christopher Twarowski and Michael Patrick Nelson Visitors to the Melville headquarters of Long Island’s only daily newspaper, Newsday, would have seen something a bit…