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New York's 9/11 Museum Encounters Some Publicity Problems - Posted May 22, 2014
The very nature of New York City's 9/11 Memorial Museum, which opened this week to the public after a limited preview for survivors and victims' family members, ensures that it will always be something of a magnet for controversy. A couple of issues have emerged in recent weeks: ... [PRNewser]

The Cronut Apology: You're Doing It Wrong - Posted April 9, 2014
If you live in New York--and even if you don't--you may have heard of the Dominique Ansel Bakery and its famous invention, the cronut. [Full disclosure: we tasted one and it was pretty good, especially the super-creamy filling. But there is no way in hell we would ever wait in line for... [PRNewser]

Man Sues New York Tech Firm for Sexual Harassment - Posted February 27, 2014
Today in Unfortunate Headlines news, a former account coordinator at a Manhattan tech PR firm has filed suit against his co-workers and his boss. The legal matter addressed in the suit is (alleged) sexual harassment a... [PRNewser]

The Super Bowl Will Force Times Square Into 'Lockdown' This Year - Posted December 13, 2013
Get ready to address a whole lot of complaints from the notoriously friendly people of New York City, NFL! Seems the old National Football League will install a 180-foot-long toboggan in the middle of Times Square to promote the 2014 Super Bowl, set to be played in historical East Rutherford, New Jersey.... [PRNewser]

NYC PSA Tells the Kids to Turn Down That Damn Racket - Posted December 4, 2013
Today in Get Off My Lawn news, the New York City Health Department released a PSA offering subway riders and others a subtle twist on the classic "turn down that damn racket!" complaint: do it now or you'll lose your hearing. Hear today, gone tomorrow: Lower the volume on #headphones & limit... [PRNewser]

McRib 'Reveal' Less Scandalous Than Expected - Posted November 12, 2013
Whatever your thoughts on industrial meat products, you have to agree that the McRib has been a big, fatty win for McDonald's. When your product inspires a memorable plot line in a Simpsons episode, you can officia... [PRNewser]

11 PR Lessons We Learned from Banksy - Posted November 1, 2013
Didn't see this one coming, did you? If you're a big media hound, then you've been up to your eyeballs in Banksy this month--and given his ability to dominate headlines with PR stunts, we felt compelled to comment. Love him? Hate him? Sick of hearing about him? Whatever your opinion, you have to... [PRNewser]

JetBlue's Premium Service Rollout Strategy: 'Don't Call It First Class' - Posted October 18, 2013
We've been watching JetBlue's "Mint" service rollout campaign with interest this summer because it makes for a great case study in brand messaging. The basics are these: JetBlue has, despite some ... [PRNewser]

David Rakoff, Writer and Humorist, Dead at 47 - Posted August 10, 2012
At the core of all PR is humanity, and David Rakoff understood humanity like no one else. His insights were naked and powerful, his life heartfelt and poignant. Boldly insecure and damned funny, Rakoff connected with people because he was honest about ... [PRNewser]

Scientologist Leader Says Theresa Duncan Had Bizarre Delusions - Posted August 14, 2007
Gothamist, for some reason known only to the "Ist" chain of blogs, has a Q & A with John Carmichael of the Church of Scientology. The hapless poster, Jen Carlson, is getting grief from the readers. She slips in the expected ... [FishbowlLA]

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