Things started out well at Senator John Kerry’s rainy-day press conference outside Engine Company 44 on East 75th Street on Oct. 27.
The number of reporters in attendance was bigger than the event’s organizers expected. (“Must be a slow news day,” said one staffer.) Mr. Kerry received warm endorsements from a number of local Democratic Read More
It was after a light dinner course of fish and risotto that Al Gore finally came to life. Standing in front of some 40 guests at a private fund-raiser on the Upper East Side, wearing a beard, a blue suit and an air of supreme confidence, he tore into the Bush administration’s handling of the Read More
“When I was 14 years old, I went to basketball camp.”
It was at least the third time in two days that Bill Bradley, the former New York Knick turned three-term United States Senator turned, at long, long last, declared candidate for President, was telling this story. But here, in the boys’ locker room of Read More