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Corey Kilgannon


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March 2003: Journalist.

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Employee/Contractor/Fellow/Freelancer (past or present) New York Times Source May 31, 2016

Articles and Resources

Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at:
May 31, 2016 At Strawberry Fields, Feuding Musicians Give Peace a ChanceAt Strawberry Fields, Feuding Musicians Give Peace a Chance

QUOTE: for the past few years peace itself was elusive among the musicians. The idyllic mood had been marred by altercations, vitriolic screaming and performers dueling to sing over one another....Recently, however, something surprising has happened in Strawberry Fields. The musicians have found themselves in an unfamiliar state of near-civility...In essence, the musicians realized that their bad behavior was not only tarnishing their image, but, perhaps more important, threatening their livelihood.

New York Times
Jan 15, 2008 Crackdown on L.I. Landlords Is Criticized as Harassment of Immigrants

QUOTE: The new policy [a comprehensive rental law intended to stop the crowding of multiple families into single units] has become the latest controversy involving illegal immigrants in Suffolk County, where the county executive, Steve Levy, has won broad public approval and national attention for his aggressive campaign against illegal immigration.

New York Times
Nov 26, 2007 Up Close, Farms Annoy Some Seekers of Rural Life

QUOTE: As the North Fork — country cousin to the trendier peninsula to the south — has become an increasingly attractive place for those seeking the un-Hamptons, efforts to preserve farmland and maintain its rural character are bumping up against the constant creep of suburbanization.

New York Times
Mar 08, 2007 Ex-Teacher, Suing L.I. School District, Says She Was Accused of Witchcraft

QUOTE: ...a former reading teacher at Hampton Bays Elementary School, said the public school was being run by born-again Christians intent on converting students to “fundamentalist Christianity.” She testified that this religious fervor culminated in her being run out of the school over accusations that she was practicing witchcraft and teaching it to children...[accusing] her of being a witch after she taught fifth graders about the Salem witch trials, exposed them to a children’s book about witches and wizards and introduced them to the weird sisters of “Macbeth.”

New York Times
Mar 26, 2003 Trial Under Way in Case of Vegetarians' Sick Child

QUOTE: Prosecutors say that the Swintons almost starved Iice to death and refused to seek medical care, ignoring obvious symptoms over many months... He [defense lawyer] described the Swintons as dedicated to raising a healthy child. If this went awry, he added, it was not because of malice and does not warrant prison time.

New York Times