Mike Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor Joel Klein will be joined by Laura Bush at an elementary school in Manhattan tomorrow to make an announcement about library grants, according to the mayor's public schedule.
When President Bush visited an elementary school in Harlem last month, Bloomberg just happened to be Read More
At 7:30 a.m. a Groundhog Day’s prediction is made at The Staten Island Zoo.
At 9:40 a.m. Laura Bush joins a roundtable with doctors and patients to discuss the American Heart Association’s “Go Red For Women” campaign, at the Bryant Park Hotel.
And in D.C., the Democratic National Committee holds their winter meeting.
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Laura Bush will speak at the United Nations General Assembly meeting on HIV/AIDS.
Health Commissioner Antonia Novello gives the Bronx Community College commencement speech.
Marty Markowitz kicks off National Caribbean-American Heritage Month at Brooklyn Borough Hall.
David Paterson gives the Borough of Manhattan Community College commencement speech at Madison Square Garden.
Jesse Hamilton will Read More
On March 31, Bill Clinton stood on a small stage in the Allen Room on the top floor of Jazz at Lincoln Center, talking to an audience that included millionaires, nonprofit leaders and Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo. He spoke about everything from global warming to world poverty to playing basketball for peace in the Middle Read More
A tidbit from the meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative at the Time Warner Center today: Laura Bush will participate in September’s second Davos-on-Hudson.
Murdoch will be there too, of course. And the main underwriter, again, is Tom Golisano, incongruously seated front and center between his wife and Democratic partisan warrior John Read More
President George W. Bush stood in Times Square the other day carrying a sign. It read: “Hillary 2008.”
Granted, George W. Bush was made of wax. “He” was on hand for the Feb. 16 unveiling of a Hillary Clinton figure at Madame Tussaud’s, where photographers tramped the red, white and blue balloons while volunteers assembled Read More
Both tabs give a half-page to Coretta Scott King’s memorial, each in its house style. The News presents a full panorama of the assembled presidents and first ladies, under a small-caps headline–dignified, neatly composed, and indecipherable from more than two feet away. The Post chops the same visual idea to its essence–George W. Bush, Read More
“Never stay for the second act,” Web log pioneer Matt Drudge said. Mr. Drudge, in a festive red-banded fedora and a white shirt with the top two buttons undone, was speaking to a group that included Tucker Carlson and ABC news producer Chris Vlasto in the light drizzle outside a stately Wyoming Avenue mansion in Read More
For starters, a personal word.
Twenty-six weeks ago, this column got going with the story of an encounter on a cool April night in 1971 with a tall, young ex-Navy lieutenant in a veterans’ tent pitched on the Mall in Washington, D.C.
The next morning, he led a march to the Capitol of the Read More
With two weeks to go, I volunteered for Kerry in Wisconsin, so with nine days left, I’m volunteering for Bush in Ohio. I show up on Sunday at a suburban headquarters out side Cincinnati, and they put me to work on the phone bank, confirming volunteers who’ve signed up for the final weekend.
Everyone seems Read More