At the height of his impersonating career, Canh Oxelson was the best of the best. Bearing an uncanny resemblance to Tiger Woods, Mr. Oxelson spent over a decade as a professional doppelganger. Appearing at golf tournaments, conferences, corporate events and parties across the world, Mr. Oxelson made a name for himself as world’s premiere Tiger Woods impersonator (though he admits he is nowhere near an ace on the links).
Richard Brodsky, a long-time Assemblyman who never hesitated to tell reporters how to cover the state capital, gets to shape the discussion at N.Y.U., as a senior fellow.
Brodsky gave up his seat to run, unsuccessfully for attorney general last year. The notably anti-Albany sentiment on the campaign trail made his bid particularly challenging. But Read More
Schooling, In Public
Cathie Black makes the cover of this week’s New York magazine in a piece by Chris Smith which covers the magazine-executive-turned-school-chancellor’s bumpy start as a Bloomberg appointee, and weighs in on whether she just might be the right (sales)woman for the job- if she can manage to sell herself first.
Between the backlash over her Read More