Meet the Last of the Machinists Who Keep the New York Times Running

There’s a saying in the newspaper printing business: “Ink is black gold.”

“If you’re covered that much in ink, that means you’re making money,” Greg Zerafa, the machinist foreman at the main New York Times printing plant in Queens, told me. Jerry Greaney, who has worked for the Times as a machinist for 31 years, interrupted him.

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