By: Joe Strupp
If you can’t reach a bunch of New York Times staffers are not around at lunchtime Thursday, it could be they are at the Pulitzer Prize’s annual awards luncheon. As you may recall, the Times won five of the 14 journalism awards when the prizes were announced last month.
Thursday’s invitation-only luncheon is set for noon at Columbia University’s Low Memorial Library Rotunda in New York City.
The Pulitzer Prizes in letters, drama, and music are also to be given out. More information on the event and a full list of winners and finalists can be found at the Pulitzer.org Web site.