Gothamist

Revived Gothamist Launches Crowdfunding Campaign on Kickstarter

Posted April 4, 2018 at 5:04 am

For Gothamist (and DNAinfo), the months-long road back to the internet continues with an abmitious crowdfunding campaign. The fifteen-year-old local news juggernut, acquired by WNYC earlier this year, launched the endeavor yesterday with a stated goal of raising $100,000 for its coffers. If all goes to plan, Gothamist will relaunch later this spring (possibly in June). As […]

ICYMI: Public Radio Revives Gothamist for Spring Launch

Posted February 26, 2018 at 5:02 am

Guess the post-ist world has it, after all. Gothamist is returning to the front page. In case you missed the news on Friday afternoon, a consortium of public radio stations revived the suite of national “ist” blogs, which should come back online this spring. WNYC announced the Gothamist acquisition, which includes the archives, domain name, […]

Gothamist and DNAinfo Just Shut Down!

Last modified November 3, 2017 at 4:13 pm

Crazy news this evening! Effective as of 5pm today, Gothamist (founded in 2002) and DNAinfo have both shut down for good. If you visit either website, a letter from billionaire CEO Joe Ricketts explains his decision to close both outlets. The closure puts 115 journalists out of work, according to the New York Times. They’ll […]

Nabe News: July 18

Last modified June 27, 2012 at 1:46 am

Gothamist has a list of the 600 Starbucks locations to be shut down. Midtown is the most affected. Unfortunately, the Allen and Delancey location will remain in operation. Viva la 88 Orchard [Gothamist] Plazas and more open park area is in the works for Community Board 3 – LES and parts of Chinatown. It will […]