MSNBC just cancelled my mid-day appearance in order to cover more urgent news. Can you imagine?
However, the NYT has activated me to write a column from the Rangers' Stanley Cup game at MSG Sunday evening.
What are the odds I slip in a reference to the Champions League final?
Caveat: Book media schedules can change in a heartbeat, but readings/signings are secure. GV.
Sunday, May 25: Weekends with Alex Witt
12:15PM -12:45 PM
Thursday, May 29: Appearance, Reading & Signing.
313 New York Avenue
Huntington, NY 11743
Thursday, June 5: Fenway Park Writers Series
500 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
6:30 – 8:30 PM
NOTE: This is a ticketed event priced at $60 per person. The event includes dinner and every guest receives a signed copy of EIGHT WORLD CUPS. For information: http://www.fenwayparkwriters.org/fenway_park_register.asp
Sunday, June 8: Up With Steve Kornacki, MSNBC-TV.
8-10 AM. Time to be arranged.
Please keep checking Appearances on the left side. GV
5/25/2014 03:45:48 pm
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5/26/2014 01:31:37 am
Alan, are you back?
Thor A. Larsen
5/26/2014 09:01:31 am
5/26/2014 11:14:18 am
Thor, fair point. I started paying real attention in 1980 with the Islanders. That generation was a bigger breed than the players of the 50's and 60's.
5/26/2014 11:38:57 am
George and Thor
5/27/2014 02:18:19 pm
I saw the movie, “The Other Final”, on the plane coming home. It is about two Dutch fans who were disappointed that their country's football team failed to qualify for the 2002 World Cup. They decided to organize a match between the two lowest FIFA-ranking teams-Bhutan and Monserrat.
5/27/2014 02:32:38 pm
Alan, that is brilliant. While I was enjoying myself in Tokyo, this was happening elsewhere. I never knew. Thanks, GV
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“I don’t think people understand how Covid affects older Americans,” Mr. Caretti said with frustration. “In 2020, there was this all-in-this-together vibe, and it’s been annihilated. People just need to care about other people, man. That’s my soapbox.”
---Vic Caretti, 47, whose father recently died of Covid at 85.
---From an article by Paula Span, who covers old age for the NYT, which currently has 2646 comments, the majority criticizing the American public – and public officials – for acting as if the pandemic is “over.”
Classic wishful thinking, at a lethal level.