The New York Times - NY Edition Sample Issue - 1 Jan 2012

Table of content - The New York Times - NY Edition Sample Issue (1 Jan 2012)

Kissing 2011 Goodbye
Over Phones and Greasy Pizza, a Battle for Iowa
China tv grows racy, and gets a chaperon
F.D.A. IS FINDING ATTENTION DRUGS IN SHORT SUPPLY
OBAMA STRATEGY FOR ’12 ELECTION: ATTACK CONGRESS
Chief Justice Defends Peers On health law
In Washington, Large Rewards In Teacher Pay
CAMPAIGN 2012
To Our Readers
Richer Contracts for Coaches
Obama Signs Defense Bill
Defending Afghan Orphans
A.T.F. Officer Is Fatally Shot
Late Edition
Ross Douthat
A Year of Me-firsts And Lessons Relearned
In Tsunami Aftermath, Many Still Struggling
Booming Sales for Brands That Moguls Desire
As Sponsorships Dwindle, Track Officials Loosen Rules
Two NASA Spacecraft Set to Orbit the Moon
In the City of Occupy, A Year of Extremes
Quarterback’s Uncertainty
Plenty of Blanks Left to Fill
Romney Woos With Songs
Dispute on Clash in China
Giants’ Man in the Mask
Man Dies From Bird Flu
Troops Seize Somali Town
Emmett L. Bennett Jr., 93
A Safe Bet in I.B.M.
Few Mark the Euro
Dividends to the Rescue
Fiat’s Road to Renewal
Pat Sajak: Host, Hockey Fan
Still on the Streets at 52
Corrections
Copyright Lawsuit Raises Questions for the Art World
Study Focuses on Difficulty Of Maintaining Weight Loss
The Tragic History Of Post-revolution Haiti
In Gay Marriage Victory, Memories of Lost Partners
America Deserves Better Than a Dragging Economy
QUOTATION OF THE DAY
Not a Bygone Struggle
Maureen Dowd
Nicholas D. Kristof
Ross Douthat
ONLINE
A Link in the Weather
In Tsunami Aftermath, ‘Road to Future’ Unsettles a Village
Orphans’ defender jostles With Afghan Corruption
Euro, Introduced With Flourish, Gets Little Celebration at Its 10-Year Mark
Report of Clash Disputes China’s Account
Man Dies From Bird Flu in Southern China
Orphans’ Defender Jostles With Afghan Corruption
Strategic Somali Town Is Seized by Ethiopians
Syrian Opposition Groups Aim for Unity
Emergency Declared in 4 Nigerian States
Iran Asks to Resume Talks on Its Nuclear Program
Chinese Television Grows Racy, and Gets a Chaperon
Culture and Control
A Hmong Generation Finds Its Voice in Writing
Death of a Chimpanzee Revives Doubts About Its Film Résumé
Losing a Job, Electricity and Her Prescriptions
Politics and Power Plays, Both On and Off the Board
HOW TO HELP
F.D.A. Finds Short Supply Of Attention Deficit Drugs
In Washington, Large Rewards in Pay for High-performing Schoolteachers
Death of Chimpanzee Revives Doubts About Its Career
Hmong Generation Finds Its Voice in Writing
Obama’s Strategy for 2012 Election: Attack Congress and Emphasize Gridlock
Serviceman Held for Carrying Explosives Into Texas Airport
Over Phones and Greasy Pizza, a Battle for Iowa Republicans
Last-minute Scramble As Caucus Night Nears
Romney Quotes His Favorite Patriotic Songs and Offers Voters an Interpretation
Protesters Clash With Police in Return to Zuccotti Park
A.T.F. Officer Is Killed After a Pharmacy Robbery on Long Island
Chief Justice Defends Peers on Hearing Challenge to Health Law
President Approves Defense Bill, Modified
Second Night Of Car Fires In Los Angeles
Emmett L. Bennett Jr., Ancient Script Expert, Dies at 93
Sean Collins, 59, Forecaster; Used Science to Help Surfers
Simms Taback, 79, Author Of Wry Children’s Books
Kim Geun-tae, a Pro-democracy Activist in South Korea, Dies at 64
Apropos Appropriation
The Year When Rock Just Spun Its Wheels
The Oscars
MANY FORKED TONGUES
MAKING HIS MOVE
ON THE TOWN
Art
Pop
Classical
Television
Dance
Film
COMING ATTRACTIONS
Theater
COMMENTS
A Cherub’s Classical Vocabulary
Illuminating the Legacy of a Fallen Father
South Africa’s Conscience Reflects
‘THE ROAD TO MECCA,’
‘BLOOD KNOT,’
‘MY CHILDREN! MY AFRICA!,’
‘THE TRAIN DRIVER,’
Illuminating the Legacy of a Fallen Father
30 Years Later, Revisiting ‘Brideshead’
Consultants With Their Pants on Fire
Appropriate Appropriation
When Rock Just Spun Its Wheels
Look Out, _____ Is the New Grunge!
Working-class Blues and R&B Royalty
_____ Is the New Grunge!
Occupying The Arts, A Seat at a Time
Management Consultants With Their Pants on Fire
This Is How the End Begins
Fugue for History And Memory
AND BEAR IN MIND
A WIDER WORLD
PICTURE THIS
THE CARPETBAGGER
Don’t Forget: He Acts, Too
Alien Laborer in the Hollywood Factory
The Winner Is . . . Wait! New Rule!
Saying ‘Ciao Bye-bye’ to Old Borders
Nostalgia for the Light
Don’t-miss Movies You Probably Missed
Attack the Block
House of Pleasures
Historias Extraordinarias (Extraordinary Stories)
The Descendants
Shame
Setting A Scene With Words
A Dangerous Method
A Family Coming Apart At the Seams
Making Marvels: A World for ‘Hugo’
Hugo’s Secret Apartment
Bookstore
George Méliès’s Studio
Picks of Critics’ Academy
Fugue for History and Memory
Don’t Forget It: He Can Act, Too
This Is How the End of the World Begins
Alien Laborer In Hollywood
Saying ‘Ciao Bye-bye’ To Old Borders
Taking It Off
Bargain Tranquillity? A Jesuit Retreat Might Be Just the Thing.
Logging Miles: Tips From Reporters on the Campaign Trail.
36 Hours in Trinidad: Creole Culture, Falls And Partying Galore.
Iceland in Winter: Short on Daylight, Long on Deals.
Curtains Up for Chicago Stages
Check In / Check Out
Hotel Restaurant Menus That Don’t Grow Stale
New Year’s Resolutions From the Travel Industry
Montreal on Ice In Miniature
On the Web
Elite Flier Status
CORRECTIONS
Get Them to the Debate on Time: Reporters’ Tips
Chasing Presidents in Blue Frye Boots
Warming Up Short Days, Long Nights in Iceland
A Quick Shot of Peace, on a Budget
Seven Places Where Silence Is Golden, and Affordable Too
Taking It Off, Just Like TV
Retreats Where Less Is More
LOST AND FOUND
Australia by Sail, With a Familiar Captain
IF YOU SAIL
Trinidad
IF YOU GO
I Just Got Here, But I Know Trouble When I See It
A Year of Me-firsts, and of Lessons Relearned
Those Recycled Resolutions Are a Boon for Business
I.B.M.’S Change Agent
Strive for Results, But Never for The Accolades
Amid the Ice Floes, Lessons for Business
“We’re keeping our eyes and ears open for the right situations.”
“Here is a company that is deteriorating in front of our eyes, and it could cost a lot of jobs.”
“We’re sweating bullets over it.”
“There’s a lot of walking dead.”
Even A Giant Can Learn To Run
Defining Words, Without the Arbiters
From Six Economists, Six Ways to Confront 2012
Your Recycled Resolutions Are a Boon for Business
A Year of Me-firsts, And of Lessons Relearned
Fiat’s Rough Road, And Its Renewal
How Dividends Could Save the Day
The Year Of the Multitaskers’ Revenge
From Opossums to Gorillas
JOHN LINEHAN
From the Sideline To the Bottom Line
Performance Bonuses
UNSETTLING SITUATION BREWS
BEHIND MASK, A KEY GIANT
KNICKS MAKE IT LOOK EASY
N.F.L. 2011, From January To Tebowary and Beyond
As Sponsorships Dwindle, Track Officials Loosen the Rules for Athletes
Cowboys and Giants Test Grip on Reality
Passers Should Flourish in Final Week
Plenty of Blanks Left to Fill In on the N.F.L.’S Final Weekend
Sanchez, Used to Stability, May Soon Confront Uncertainty
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Jets vs. the percentages
The Man In the Mask Is a Key Giant
Acknowledging Futility That Yielded 37 Points
Giants’ offensive tackles vs. Demarcus Ware
Giants (8-7) vs. Cowboys (8-7)
Jason Pierre-paul vs. Cowboys’ offensive line
Giants’ secondary vs. Cowboys’ receivers
Eli Manning vs. Eli Manning
Auburn Dominates Virginia; Utah Wins
From the Sideline To the Bottom Line
Manchester United Upset
Perks in the Contracts
Fighting Sioux Fading Out
Free Cars if Browns Can Shut Out Steelers
Djokovic Wins Exhibition
Padres Acquire All-star
In Coaching Contracts, Deals Within the Deal
Hoosiers Take Latest Big Win in Stride
The Coaches’ Share
Corporate Coaches
Dividing Expenses
Compiling Revenue
Distracting, Distressing Year in College Sports
A Moment in the Bronx That Made Two Fathers Proud
An Owner Who Is a Fan At Heart
A Gesture of Respect, in the Box Score
Departure Of a Star Is a Test Of Faith
Diminishing Returns on a Yankees Investment
Fan of Hockey, Fan of the Classic
His Suspension Over, Bynum Shores Up Lakers
Plenty of Heat Generated In Thunder’s Fast Start
Flashing Smile and Vintage Moves, a Goalie Stops the Show
Stoudemire Sits, but a Rookie and a Veteran Stand Tall for the Knicks
Kovalchuk Scores on Penalty Shot as the Devils Defeat the Penguins
New York In Running To Host Next Classic
Weather Report
Sky Watch: Week of Jan. 1
The Year In Style
Gay Marriage Victory Still Shadowed by AIDS
Oscar de la Renta combines earmuffs and headphones.
Thrift dresses up. By Patrice J. Williams
Gay Marriage Shadowed by AIDS
Borderless Photos
A Mother-and-daughter Bag
Snow Report
Fuzzy Was She
The Circle Game
Sea Life
A Forgotten Prayer, Answered
A Public Marriage Proposal? Think Again
Reservations On Studying In Egypt
The Tale of a ‘Fashion Terrorist’
A Wig to Match Every Look
V.I.P. Perks, Secondhand Stores
Merry Measure
The Year in Style
Missteps Of 2011
ONLINE: VANITY MIRROR
Ann Jonas and Scott Ducharme
Bonnie Foley, Jay Mangold Jr.
Gregory Brown, Linton Stables
ONLINE: A WEDDINGS ETIQUETTE Q&A
Margaret Macdonell, Joseph Higgins
Sarah Pusey, Kevin Husson
Susan Galereave, Kiki Zeldes
Leigh Quarles, Eric Farmer
Liliahn Johnson, Ibrahim Majeed
Marianna Mancusi-ungaro, Nicholas Chapleau
John Graves, Dennis Lonergan
Marnie Hanel, James Bordley V
Nina Heebink, Jamie Schmidt
Margo Lederhandler, Douglas Zolkind
Katherine Beirne, Brian Fallon
Alison Silber, Eric Lesser
Michelle Girolami, Spencer Cohen
About Weddings/celebrations
The Joy of Quiet
In Joplin, even acupuncturists offered their help.
More of the same won’t fix the economy.
Hey 2012, enjoy your electricity! And London!
New Rules for the new year.
Sunday Dialogue: Will a Third Party Help?
How Great Was 2012!
Alan B. Krueger
correction
Iowa’s Harvest
THE STRIP
My Dad and I Walked Into a Bar . . .
Relying on the Kindness of Strangers
New Rules for the New Year
Which Words Will Live On?
A World in Denial of What It Knows
The Joy Of Quiet
An Imperfect Political Weather Vane
Timeline: How Iowa Rose to Prominence
Time to Sell the Gold
Serving With Saddam’s Ladle
Story Time, Debunked
Protecting the Accusers
The Recession Squeeze On Buses and Trains
As Good as It Gets?
Westchester’s Desegregation Battle
A Tempestuous Year
Out the Door and Into 2012
Angelina, George, Ben and Mia
Pariahs and Prophets
She Made Me Run!
Dumbo On His Mind
2011: The Year of the Turndown
$1,075,000,
Snapshot
Cool Area, Hot Rental, $1,000 Deposit
BIG TICKET
ONLINE: AT NYTIMES.COM/ REALESTATE
$739,000
$759,000
$1,695,000
$965,000
$599,000
Mansion like Luxury, Without the Bother
A Place Of Fresh Starts
Residential Sales Around the Region
How Low Can Rates Go?
A Larger Place (Couch Must Fit)
Looking Past the Potato
Q&A
Architectural Eye Candy
On the Market
Dumbo on His Mind
The Year Of the Turndown
Punch List
A Year of Solid Gains, and an Outlook for More Ahead
Critics’ Picks of 2011: Making Sense of a More Sensible Year
LAWRENCE ULRICH
JERRY GARRETT
JAMES G. COBB
A Year of Solid Gains With More Yet to Come
Carmax Criticized on Car Histories
Booming Sales For the Brands Moguls Desire
Early Adopters of E.V.’S? Pilots, of Course
Ulrich: Sleeker Audi, Greener BMW
Cobb: Diesel VW, Aspiring Kia
Garrett: A Transformed Jeep, the Ultimate Mustang
The Year Ahead (We Expect)
Neon signs promise it all, from heartbreak to the high life.
A busman’s holiday for the president of the Times Square Alliance.
Thirty years as a prostitute, and still working.
Bringing a taste of Mexico City to the Bronx.
Manhattan’s East River parks are coming together.
2012 IN NEW YORK
Looking back at a year in the class war.
Keeping an Eye on Times Square
A Grid, Lost Synagogues and a 1959 Tale
READER COMMENTS
Bonding Over a Taste Of Mexico
#TRENDING N.Y.C.
2012 Newyork in Preview
52, and Still Working the Streets
In the City of Occupy, A Year of Extremes
Reinventing Waterfront On East Side
Big City Book Club
The Lights That Beckon The City
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