By VICTOR E. SASSON
Editor Martin Gottlieb of The Record is filling the front page today with more warmed-up old news:
Yogi Berra, Afghanistan, the faked Planned Parenthood video and Pope Francis.
The local-news section today is filled with non-profit news, as it is every Monday (Local).
On L-1, there are stories about a food drive, special games and hundreds of motorcyclists -- some of whom delight in violating local anti-noise ordinances -- on a run to raise money for charity.
Inside, three of the five municipal news stories are from Little Falls, Pompton Lakes and Lincoln Park (L-2 and L-3), and there's not a single word about Hackensack, Teaneck or Englewood.
Nina Rizzo, a food writer for the Asbury Park Press, ignores all of the Record readers who are diabetic or watching their weight and cholesterol with sweet-potato recipes filled with butter, heavy cream and sugar (BL-1 and BL-2).
Missing is a recipe for mashed sweet potatoes with heart-healthy extra-virgin olive oil and seasonings, including curry powder, cinnamon, red-pepper flakes and garlic powder.
In a sidebar comparing sweet potatoes and yams, she doesn't explain the latter are starchier and have more calories.