Afternoon report

* NYT public editor weighs in on the cookbook ghostwriting kerfuffle. (New York Times)
* Will Bunch: How is it “civic duty” to eviscerate your future newsroom with more job cuts? (Philly.com)
* New York Daily News managing editor Bob Sapio leaves the paper after 40 years. (New York Observer)
* “Are you or are you not sleeping with me?” Drake asks GQ writer. (Los Angeles Times)
* Brian Lamb admits that C-SPAN is “not the greatest name around.” (TV Newser)
* Cincinnati Enquirer loses its top two sports editors. (Cincy CityBeat)
* From waitressing to writing for NYT: Interview with Jennifer Mascia. (Community College Success)
* Laurel (Miss.) Leader-Call to close after a century of publishing. (Leader-Call)
* Recall of Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School paper sparks confusion and controversy. (Bethesda Magazine)
* Florida Times-Union reporter arrested for misusing 911 system. (Florida Times-Union) || UPDATE: She shouldn’t have been arrested, says chief.
* “I miss the newspaper industry and I love McClatchy,” says Anchorage paper’s new hire. (Duluth News-Tribune)
* Chicago Reader to post 40 years of long-form film reviews. (Chicago Reader)

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