Spitzer, Schumer, Clinton And Rangel: Time to Deliver for New York
New Yorkers have plenty of reasons to cheer the results of last week’s elections. The election of Eliot Spitzer as Governor and the Democratic takeover of Congress promise nothing but good news for the city and the state.
With Mr. Spitzer at the helm Read More
Fishbowl NY’s Dylan Stableford marks the passing of Ed Bradley with a screenshot fron one of CBS’s video tributes. In the clip, the then-34-year-old Bradley reports live from the Philippines, describing his just-completed escape from Saigon as the city fell (“We had to fight our way through that crowd and then scale the wall”). Read More
Ed Bradley of 60 minutes died.
Tuesday’s congressional elections were a major coup for “those who pushed for a fearless, genuinely oppositional Dem posture on national security issues early in the cycle,” says Greg Sargent.
Taking credit for Republican Rep. Sue Kelly’s loss: Richard French and Stephen Colbert.
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“The truth hurts,” said Steven Erlanger, culture editor of The New York Times , when asked about the radioactive Michael Jackson story his newspaper published on Dec. 31.
In the story, reporter Sharon Waxman quoted an unnamed source claiming that CBS in effect paid Michael Jackson $1 million for the access that led to an Read More
Ed Bradley Jr., co-editor of CBS’s 60 Minutes for more than 20 years and a rabid Knicks fan, is also a Hamptons fixture-or at least a fringe character.
Four years after buying a two-acre spread north of Montauk Highway in East Hampton for $950,000, Mr. Bradley recently paid $1.35 million for the 2.77-acre place next-door. Read More
ED BRADLEY BUYS MEDIUM BROWN PLOT
On Jan. 30, 60 Minutes correspondent Ed Bradley ticked off $950,000 for a 1.75-acre tract in the woodlands of Northwest Harbor-that’s “north of the highway” and away from the beach, for those concerned with such issues. He bought the empty lot from Jonathan Canno, the former chairman of Read More