Win One For Viv
A picture of Coach Vivian Stringer hangs high in the Rutgers basketball arena, the only face in the RAC rafters, looming near the ceiling like some stained-glass window of a saint in a church. It adorns a banner honoring her 2009 induction into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in a class that included Michael Read More
Don Imus’ interview today with Rep. Anthony Weiner provides more fodder for Matt Chaban’s obsession with iodine consumption and nuclear disaster:
Imus: Finally, Governor Cuomo‘s concerned about Indian Point, are you? The nuclear facility.
Weiner: This is a good moment for us to take a look at the safety of all these Read More
The BroBo masses were seized with nuclear fears last week, as a looming meltdown in Japan caused a run on potassium iodide tablets at food co-ops across Brooklyn, even as the CDC warned against feeding iodine to little Henry and Eleanor.
Yet the brownstone denizens are not the only ones worried about radiation Read More
Ever since January, when Harold Ford Jr. began toying with a possible run for the U.S. Senate, disgraced urban cowboy Don Imus has been jabbing at the politician-turned-banker-turned-pundit on a regular basis. Along the way, Mr. Imus has called Mr. Ford a “little skunk” and a “gutless weasel.”
But on Tuesday on Imus in the Read More
On Don Imus this morning, David Paterson offered his opinion on Harry Reid’s controversial “light-skinned” and “negro dialect” remarks—detailed in the buzzing new book Game Change.
“That kind of remark was shocking to me,” the governor said. “And what was also shocking to me—look, if the president forgives him, I forgive him; I’ve Read More
In mid-October, the morning after the Dow Industrial Average topped the 10,000 mark for the first time in ages, a young, energetic TV reporter for the Fox Business Network (FBN) named Sandra Smith briefed Don Imus and his viewers on the state of the markets. She does this a couple times an hour, every morning. Read More
Today, a little after 7:30 a.m., Don Imus told his listeners on WABC and viewers on the Fox Business Network that one of his top scheduled guests this morning, Lou Dobbs, had cancelled at the last minute.
Mr. Imus wasn’t entirely clear. But he suggested that Mr. Dobbs’ cancellation had to do with a Read More
Not long ago, shortly after dawn, Don Imus sat behind a live microphone and let his mind linger for a moment on Hillary Clinton’s wardrobe. The day before, he had watched Harry Smith on CBS’s Face the Nation interview Secretary of State Clinton about such things as Iran’s nuclear ambitions. What, Mr. Imus now wondered, Read More
This fall, Don Imus will make a big return.
And when he does, rest assured, his most vocal public critic will be there to cry foul.
This morning, executives at the Fox Business Network officially announced that they will begin simulcasting Mr. Imus’ WABC morning radio show, weekdays from 6 to Read More
Since returning to the air December 3, Don Imus has seen many of his regular guests come back to the show. But one probably won’t be returning. During an on-air conversation with the columnist James Brady Wednesday, the Post‘s Page Six reports, Mr. Imus had these words for the former NBC anchor: "He Read More