McNally Jackson, the book store in Soho, has compiled a list of baseball clichés for book reviewers of Chad Harbach’s new novel, The Art of Fielding, that really hits a fastball into our hearts. Read More
In this morning’s Observer, I wrote about the selective rage of Congressman Anthony Weiner, who has emerged as the “primal scream” of a certain frustrated wing of the Democratic Party.
Weiner told me he’s filling a vacuum left by his fellow Democrats, including President Obama, who haven’t aggressively defended the party’s recent achievements, particularly Read More
Kyle Bragger’s latest startup, Forrst, started as a side project that just got too popular.
Mr. Bragger started Forrst because he felt self-conscious about talking about coding on Twitter and Tumblr, where many of his followers wouldn’t understand or care.
Forrst is a private, invitation-only blog network for developers. It’s like the codecentric Read More
Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney is lining up backers for her bid to become ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, and it appears she has the full support of the New York delegation.
When The Observer inquired as to whether Congressman Charlie Rangel would be supporting Maloney or Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings–a fellow member of Read More
Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney is making her case to to be named ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, after Brooklyn Congressman Ed Towns’ surprise announcement that he won’t seek the post.
“Since coming to Congress in 1993, I have been a member of [the committee] and have been a strong and vocal voice in Read More