Updated: Sep 25
The Press Club provides a platform for journalists based in – or visiting – Brussels. Their motto is, “If you want to be heard in Europe, say it in Brussels. To be heard in Brussels, say it at the Press Club.” The Press Club is particularly active on climate change, having set up Climate.Brussels to help deliver climate-related communications to media and stakeholders in Brussels, throughout Europe and around the world. Another priority for the Press Club is media freedom.
They are one of the organizers of the Daphne Caruana Galizia Prize for Journalism (along with the European Parliament). Daphne was a Maltese journalist who was assassinated for working on stories of corruption in Malta.
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There are two special sections in the paper this weekend.
The first, from New York Times Cooking, is "7 Ingredients (or Fewer): 24 Recipes That Do So Much With So Little."
Click here for a pdf of this special section. (.pdf, 69 MB)
NYT for Kids
We’ll also look at The New York Times for Kids. Amber Williams, the NYT for Kids Editor was our guest back in June. It’s been a while since we’ve been able to focus on this print-only section.
(Thanks to a special arrangement with The New York Times, the .pdf of this print-only section was available on our website until Noon ET on Sunday. Here's a clip from the show.)
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