Articles Tagged ‘Newsday’

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…



Once feared Newsday now a puppet under Cablevision control

Newsday Muzzled Under Cablevision Control, Insiders Charge

In June 1972, three Newsday reporters were sent to Turkey’s…



Mall or Nothing - Long Island Press - Volume 10, Issue 6

Mall or Nothing: The Battle Over Syosset Shopping Center

The costly battle to turn this Syosset Field into a high-end shopping center



Nassau Coliseum Referendum

Off The Reservation: The Untold Story Behind the Nassau Coliseum Referendum

News12 and Newsday play critical, daily roles in our community… but never has this responsibility been so visibly abrogated since these organizations merged, than during…



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Off The Reservation: Long Island’s Leadership Vacuum

Let’s bring this year in with a bang and drill deep into the black hole that is the leadership void on Long Island. It’s time to take aim at those at the helm of our ship and offer some honest feedback, which is difficult to come by of late.



Letters to the Press: For the Week of Aug. 26 – Sept. 1

Last week’s column by Jed Morey, “Behind the Mosque,” generated a fair share of responses from readers. Not surprising, considering the increasing intensity of the…