NEW YORK—In an effort to highlight content of interest to the subscribers it values most, The New York Times announced Monday it would move all articles you could not possibly give a shit about unless you make more than $200,000 into one handy section. "From now on, people looking for helpful hints on renovating a $4 million Manhattan townhouse won't have to waste time sifting through articles on the crisis of public education," Times executive editor Bill Keller said of the new section, which will be printed in smudge-proof ink so it doesn't soil the soft, pink hands of its readers. "They can flip straight to TimesElite for the latest on society weddings, Tuscan getaways, and the rising cost of boat winterization." Keller added that if the experiment proved successful, the Times might create a similar section for moms in Brooklyn.
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