As the authors Sloane Crosley, Larry Doyle, Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Simon Rich sat perched on tall green chairs in front of a full audience in Bryant Park Wednesday afternoon, the host of the event, comedian Tom Shillue, laid down some ground rules.
After each of the authors read from their respective books there would be Read More
On the evening of Monday, Feb. 1, Katie Couric, anchor of the CBS Evening News, was wearing red. For the next half-hour, she tore through the headlines. There were allegations of bigotry among the federal air marshals in the U.S., an American church group accused of trafficking children in Haiti, faulty gas pedals in Toyotas, Read More
“Bugs Bunny appeals to the rebel in all of us,” Mel Blanc, the wisecracking wabbit’s voice for 49 years, once said. “Everybody loves a winner, and Bugs Bunny always wins.” Seventy-five years can take its toll, however, and as much as Bugs continues to outsmart his many wily challengers, he may not be able to Read More
Wednesday, Nov. 19
$ After he flew back to Baghdad on Thursday, Nov. 13, Ambassador L. Paul Bremer III got on the Sunday talk circuit to explain the Bush administration’s timetable for turning authority in Iraq over to the Iraqis-and to attempt to counteract the appearance of quagmire syndrome.
At his last appearance, Read More