As promised, Jennifer, a congressional staffer who’s helped me navigate the Denver convention, came through with tickets for the big Kanye West concert.
“Is everybody ready to PARTY?” she shouts.
“YESSSS!” we all cheer.
Suddenly, Jennifer’s BlackBerry rings. “I have to take this. Uh-huh, … Read More
The Visa party went well. Who knew Rham Emanuel was so fluent in Kantian ethics, (and that Wolf Blitzer could devour a whole tray of crab puffs)?
The media has descended upon Denver like a biblical cloud of locusts. According to CNN, there are approximately … Read More
It’s Sunday, and eighty-two degrees at the Pepsi Center in downtown Denver, but House Speaker Nancy Pelosi looks cool and relaxed quietly nursing a Corona at Panzano’s, the tony Italian eatery on 17th street.
Most of the patrons, Nancy included, keep glancing up at the … Read More
One of the most ancient and fundamental principles taught to all medical students. Perhaps it should be a mandatory part of the legal curriculum as well.
Two years ago, 14-year-old Danieal Kelly, “…who suffered from cerebral palsy, wasted away in a squalid West Philadelphia row … Read More
Earlier this year I was invited to attend the Gala of a restored theater in the downtown area where I live.
My wife has been one of many involved in a local non-profit effort to bring back a much loved landmark built in 1924. Although … Read More
“Removing her ex-husband from more than a decade of memories may take a lifetime for Laura Horn,” a New York Times article began. “But removing him from a dozen years of vacation photographs took only hours…” due to the skillful help of a friend and … Read More
Okay, boys and girls, here’s today’s ethical dilemma.
You attend a Gala fundraising event for a non-profit group in your community. While walking through the entrance your hand is stamped for what turns out to be access to an exclusive, after-event, dinner party. You’d like … Read More