My profile in this week’s paper of Jeffrey Rabhan, the new chair of New York University’s Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music, opened with his meeting with Ken Friedman: He asked the restaurateur and former Smiths manager to join his department’s board, which, over obscure tequila, Mr. Friedman agreed to.
But just before Read More
What advice, one troubled governor to another, would Rod Blagojevich give David Paterson?
It’s a question that Mr. Blagojevich says he gets all the time.
When we met last week, Mr. Blagojevich was reluctant to say much on the subject. At first he tried to redirect the question to Jimmy Breslin. Eventually, Mr. Blagojevich Read More
In September of 2009, Phoenix Books published Rod Blagojevich’s memoir-cum-proclamation-of-innocence, entitled “The Governor.”
Last week, the former governor of Illinois told The Observer that he is currently pondering a second book. The subject?
Great comebacks in history.
“Writing is hard work,” said Mr. Blagojevich. “I’d like to write on subjects other than Read More