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THE ‘BOYS’ IN THE BUNKHOUSE - THE MEN OF ATALISSA

Long-form article, 2014

For decades, a group of men with intellectual disabilities seemed happy living in a small Iowa town. Then their neighbors found out the truth. 

What Will Swing the Swing States?

Data visualization, 2012

As the country continues to entrust its presidential choice to voters in a handful of tossup states, here’s how to judge what voters in Ohio, Florida, Virginia are deciding about the future  – as the votes come in. By NYTimes.com

Connecting Music and Gesture

Webdocumentary, 2012

Alan Gilbert, music director of the New York Philharmonic, demonstrates and discusses the role of a conductor.

Public Opinion and the Occupy Movement

Interactive map, 2011

Comments by the New York Times readers about the protest movement.

THE MUSIC THEY MADE - B.B. KING

Interactive narrative, 2003

Old web-radio-doc with lots of good music and wise words. B.B. King is one of the most important electric guitarists of the last half century, with an impact that long ago transcended the blues and infiltrated rock 'n' roll. Interactive interview with the New York Times, published March 2, 2003.

Under One Roof

Webreport, 2011

In New York City, 10 percent of households span three generations or more, according to the Census Bureau. Untold others, like the three generations of the Lee family, file separate census reports but live together. One September afternoon with the 12 family members — the grandfather, his children, their spouses and their children — in their Chinatown building.

THE RECKONING

Portfolio, 2011

The Decade, That Day, War Abroad, War at Home, Remembrance, Rebuilding, Muslims Now, 9/11 State of Mind, Portraits Redrawn. The New York Times website on the tenth anniversary of 9/11 .

Elizabeth Taylor: 1932-2011

Portfolio, 2011

On The New York Times website, a bio-timeline with the milestones of the actress's career, marriages, and personal life.

A NEW ARAB GENERATION FINDS ITS VOICE

Webreport, 2011

24 interviews filmed by The New York Times, from Morocco to the West Bank, to find out how the young people consider their moment in history and their generation's prospects for the future.

 
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