SOUTH BEND, Ind.—Barack Obama is doing his own listening tour in Indiana.
“What I want to do is spend more time listening than talking,” said Obama at a small event at the fairgrounds here, where he discussed farming policies, subsidies and crop-dumping with a few dozen voters sitting around on bales of hay. Obama Read More
SOUTH BEND — Here’s the scene in a barn at a fairgrounds where Barack Obama will be speaking this afternoon–another example of his more intimate approach to campaigning he has favored of late.
A few dozen voters are sitting in a ring around bales of hay, in the middle of which is a small white Read More
The Massachusetts Democratic primary, along with nearly two dozen other primaries and caucuses, was held on Feb. 5. Hillary Clinton won it by 15 points, one of her best showings anywhere this year, and Michael Dukakis voted in it—but he won’t say for whom.
“I voted for a candidate, yeah,” is about all Mr. Dukakis, Read More
DUPLEX PENTHOUSE IN CONTRACT FOR $30 MILLION AT 823 PARK AVENUE
CONTRACTS FOR PROPERTY TOTAL $72 MILLION TO DATE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – New York, NY, January 22, 2006 – Property Markets Group (PMG) announces the 7,500 square foot duplex penthouse at 823 Park Avenue (at 75th Street) is Read More
When even Fox News declares a Republican dead, you can take it to the bank the race is over. And so: R.I.P. John Hostettler. The Indiana Republican is now officially the first Republican Congressional incumbent to lose. His was a a top-target seat for the Democrats, but the apparent size of Democrat Brad Read More
On May 3, the New York Observer plans to reduce its trim size. The paper’s width will shrink from 13 3/4 inches to 12 1/2 inches, making it as wide as The Washington Post. The length will remain at 22 1/2 inches.
Editor Peter Kaplan said that the paper will continue to run its Read More
Last Sunday, hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers embraced the state of Israel with a passionate self-identification rarely shown in the 38-year history of the march. But there was a solemnity and self-knowledge suffusing the usual joy roaring down Fifth Avenue-along with the usual raucous disagreement within the Jewish community itself-for the very well-being of Read More
As we excitedly approach the
Tony Awards on June 3, few people realize that one Tony winner has already been
I refer to the 60 proud, manic
members of the marching band from Bloomington, Ind., whose mastery in motion of
the trombonium, the mellophone, the euphonium and the didgeridoo in Blast! on
Broadway Read More
When the egregious Bob Knight finally was dismissed from his job as head basketball coach at Indiana University last month, idle students were inspired to come out from behind their beer kegs and show their outrage. One of these passionate campus rebels poured out his heart to a reporter. “All the freshmen, we came here Read More
Crisp but comfortable traditionalism,” read the obituary for Mark Hampton in The New York Times . “Crisp, American traditionalism,” said the pastor at the funeral service at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola. “Crisp, comfortable traditionalism,” declared Carnegie Corporation president Vartan Gregorian, the third of nine speakers who remembered the interior designer, writer, and illustrator Read More