Hugh Raffles Seduces the NYT for the Sixth Time

In his sixth appearance in the New York Times since Insectopedia went on sale in March, Hugh Raffles tells us to wake up and smell the honey in his July 7 Op-Ed piece about the benefits of urban beekeeping. Raffles says: “There is nothing quite like your first open-air taste of fresh, local honey, sparkling with flavor, straight from the source. More New Yorkers should get that experience.” Don’t miss Raffles on the Kojo Nnamdi Show/WAMU-FM on 7/8 at 1 pm EST.

Raffles’ other appearances in the New York Times include raves from Philip Hoare in the Book Review, Janet Maslin in the Arts section, and Katherine Bouton in the Science Times; Raffles was also profiled in a feature by Ralph Blumenthal in the Metro section, and had a Q&A with Jennifer McDonald in the Paper Cuts blog.