Lou Dobbs is dodging gunshots and he’s “not in the mood to put up with little fools like Geraldo Rivera.”
Andrew Cuomo walks a few blocks with Bill Thompson.
Brooklyn Law decides not to rat on student downloaders.
East River tolls making a comeback?
Triumph Books, a Random House imprint, won’t publish the tell-all of disgraced NBA ref Tim Donaghy.
Time Inc. is cutting $100 million in costs.
Pete Peterson would like to see Goldman Sachs give somebody a $1 billion dollars.
“Anyone who thinks (food-related) print media is going to survive is kidding themselves,” says Anthony Bourdain.
Twitter is no match for very long stories, says a very long story in The Washington Post.
The L Train gets even fancier.
That book pricing war does not rage in Europe.
Maybe New York is the vainest city in America.
Five D.A.s meet for lunch.
Phaidon makes a pop-up bookstore.
Look out, New England; the evangelists are coming.
Dominic Carter’s wife testifies that her bruises were from a day laborer.
Vanity Fair’s Squash Blog takes its last swing.