It’s now BEELINE (Viraflow Sensory Integration program) and then take it from there.
As the novelist Robert Stone said, ““The First Rule of Art is that If You cannot then put another picture on the page, begin again.” On December 20, Matt DeWolfe and Anna Pletcher began their new job with The New York Times.
It was a bit like Ray Charles and Natalie Cole having a baby, not really sure who to call first – Maury Povich for advice, Maya Angelou to check on early teething, Post-it notes with new names (DeWolfe’s was jangly and funny) or Coco Rocha to send encouraging notes.
There is definitely something poignant about the drop out of journalism and an early start at another, hopefully more fulfilling project, but de Wolfe and Pletcher’s new home is a little ironic. Farah Stockman used to live there.
Citing “troubled relationships with editors and editors’ bosses”, Stockman said in an email that “I am very grateful for all the years I had spent working at The Times, and I would say that the experiences and lessons that were part of my time at the newspaper will serve me well, and that my desire to start a new chapter in my life is a natural part of life, and not a hollow act.”