Wayne Barrett (July 11, 1945 – January 19, 2017) was an American journalist. He was an investigative reporter and senior editor for The Village Voice for 37 years. Barrett was a Fellow with The Nation Institute and contributor to Newsweek. He held degrees from Saint Joseph's University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where he served on the adjunct faculty for over thirty years.
Barrett authored many articles and books about politicians, especially New York City figures such as Ed Koch, Donald Trump, and Rudy Giuliani. He was a major interviewee in Kevin Keating's 2006 documentary Giuliani Time.
Wayne Barrett in 2007
|Born||July 11, 1945|
New Britain, Connecticut, U.S.
|Died||January 19, 2017 (aged 71)|
New York City, New York, U.S.
Frances Marie McGettigan
(m. 1969; his death 2017)
Barrett died in New York City borough of Manhattan on January 19, 2017, from complications of interstitial lung disease and lung cancer. He is survived by his wife, Fran, and his son, Mac.
The year 2014 is the 3rd year in the history of the Glory, an international kickboxing event. 2014 starts with Glory 14: Zagreb, and ends with Glory 18: Oklahoma. The events are broadcasts through television agreements with Spike TV and other regional channels around the world.Giuliani Time
Giuliani Time is a 2005 documentary film by Kevin Keating about Rudy Giuliani, former Mayor of New York City.
The Village Voice called the documentary "an incisive portrait of power seizure and class combat as it was performed, by the numbers, on the municipal level." The film contains several archival segments, as well as interviews with Village Voice writer and unauthorized Giuliani biographer, Wayne Barrett and radio journalist Doug Henwood.The documentary's title is a reference to a phrase that police officers allegedly uttered to Abner Louima when they tortured him in a Brooklyn police precinct house. Louima himself later recanted that statement, saying he had made it up. The phrase was also used by John Shaft in the 2000 remake of Shaft.
As of late 2010, Giuliani Time has a rating of 85% positive at Rotten Tomatoes (22 fresh, 4 rotten).Giuliani Time is distributed by Cinema Libre Studio. A special election version of the film was released on 2/5/2008.The Nation Institute
The Nation Institute is a nonprofit media organization associated with The Nation magazine. It sponsors fellows, hosts forums, publishes, and is involved in awards for journalism. Orville Schell worked for The Nation Institute. David Weir is a member of the group's editorial board. The Nation Institute fellows have included Wayne Barrett, Chris Hedges, David Moberg and Jeremy Scahill. The group has also funded documentaries by Habiba Nosheen. Chris Hayes was a Puffin Foundation Writing Fellow at The Nation Institute from 2006 through 2007.The Nation Institute is one of the presenters of the Ridenhour Prize. Antonia Juhasz is a reporter with the Investigative Fund of The Nation Institute. Dana Goldstein is a Puffin Fellow at The Nation Institute. Lee Fang is a reporting fellow at The Nation Institute and a contributing writer at The Nation. Tom Engelhardt is the creator of The Nation Institute's tomdispatch.com, an online blog.
The Puffin/Nation Prize for Creative Citizenship is an American award citation given jointly by The Nation Institute and the Puffin Foundation.The Nation Institute started Nation Books in 2000, in partnership with Thunder's Mouth Press. In 2007, Perseus Books Group acquired Avalon Publishing Group, which was the parent company of Thunder's Mouth Press. Nation Books' current partner imprint is PublicAffairs.Wayne Barrett (kickboxer)
Wayne Barrett (born 1986) is an American kickboxer who competes in the cruiserweight division. A tall and rangy fighter, Barrett came to prominence as an amateur when he became a WKA national champion and turned professional in 2013. He signed with Glory after just one pro fight.