Monday, January 31, 2011

Extra! Extra!

When we see reporters downtown, we always hope they are here to visit the Museum of Jewish Heritage and write fabulous things about our exhibits and educational initiatives. While that is sometimes true, now they have another really good reason to be downtown, according to the New York Times.

We can’t wait to welcome all of our new media neighbors. Condé Nast, The Daily News, U.S. News & World Report, Newsweek, The Daily Beast, and The National Enquirer will all be moving to the Financial District and World Trade area. I guess we will have to be extra careful when getting dressed in the morning now that Condé Nast will be nearby. We don’t want to end up in the “don’t” section of a magazine. We also look forward to hearing what the National Enquirer makes of the “Sad Panda” in our neighborhood. Could he be an alien?

Thanks to Downtown Alliance for spreading the good news. Photo: newspaper row c. 1906

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