On Saturday evening, the former New York Times media reporter Brian Stelter and his bride Jamie Shupak were married at the Sheraton Society Hill in Philadelphia.
According to the NY Times, Jamie Stelter is the morning traffic anchor in New York for NY1.
While her and her boyfriend, New York Times media reporter Brian Stelter didn’t attend the actual White House Correspondents Dinner (long-standing NYT company policy) they did hit all the weekend’s festivities.
It’s Friday evening and I’m standing at the bar of The New Yorker’s party at the W Hotel with New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly.
Some Jewish wedding couples choose to include the Hebrew date of the wedding along with the secular date and some couples have their names printed in Hebrew as well.
For the first time I saw a couple include a hashtag on the inside of their wedding kippahs.
We’re playing the first of many rounds of “New York – DC – Hollywood” which is exactly as it sounds.
You point to a person in the room and based on their outfit, guess where they’re from. “Dark blue satin,” I say, gesturing to a woman nearby who looks like she just walked off the floor of the Senate. (The Commish is so politically correct.) He then looks down at his own getup – head-to-toe black of course – then back up to me.
(and being done with the traffic part of her workday by the afternoon) has its benefits, at least to someone with the boundless energy of Shupak.
A social media expert, Rabbi Jason is a popular speaker and writer on technology and its effect on the Jewish world.
He writes the "Jewish Techs" blog for The Jewish Week and the monthly "Jews in the Digital Age" column for the Detroit Jewish News.
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He began the Jewish Techs blog in January 2010 as the New York Jewish Week's technology expert.