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The journalists for Australia's Sunday Times call the charges "personal attacks."
Citing "realities of the Internet era," the Patriot-News reviewer joins the "out" club.
"The thing about being a food critic, as compared to a book critic, or TV or film critic, it changes all the time."
The book will tell the story of modern New York City through its food.
The twenty-year veteran critic was fired last month.
He's going to need a new mask.
The alt-weekly's critic resigns just a few days after twenty-year veteran Robert Sietsema was fired.
The critic started off in New York as a rock musician who liked to write about food.
But will the 'News' get its restaurant critic back?
A history of restaurant reviewing makes one ask: What's next?
The critic admits it has long been hard to stay anonymous.
How many stars did Sam Sifton's first effort get?
The city's two top critics compare notes on the star system, their least favorite restaurants, the matter of anonymity, and more.
Has blogging hurt the esteem of the traditional print-media critic, or helped it?
The outspoken chef lets loose about bloggers, critics, PR, and his neighbor across the way, Prune.
The 'Times' critic is the latest to fall prey to a Twitter imposter.
Our esteemed critic answers your questions. Plus, ask more!
Adam Platt and others failed to educate us in the ways of French food.
The former 'maître d' to the stars' says Danyelle Freeman's presence sent the staff into a tizzy, at the expense of other diners.