New York Observer
Arthur G. Sulzberger (left), son of the Times publisher, "may be hard pressed to find vegetarian food amid all the barbecue joints, but he'll have no trouble finding stories," says a Times memo. "He has an eye for spotting unusual and compelling tales, and bringing them to life with deep reporting and lively writing." || Earlier NYO profile.
> From 2006 profile: "He is really about making it on his own"