In the PR agency business, we get inside hundreds of workplaces. Many are exemplary, powered by values and a commitment to a principled culture. But we have encountered others that are cesspools of dysfunction, crippled by giant ego and successful despite of what goes on in the corner office. How do they survive? Often because … Continued
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It’s summer and vacation time. And for me, a history buff, that often means layering in a bit of the past with some leisure time in the present. Case in point: A bucket list “check off” journey to Yellowstone followed by a trek a bit east and south to Little Bighorn, the site of “Custer’s … Continued
On February 4, 1974, Patty Hearst, the granddaughter of media magnate William Randolph Hearst – the man immortalized in Orson Welles’ seminal “Citizen Kane”- was forcefully kidnapped from her apartment in Berkley, California by the unorganized and unknown Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA). In his new book, “American Heiress”, author Jeffrey Toobin examines the crime and, … Continued
There have been times in recent months where I almost feel like a kid again; and not in a good way. I am an avid book reader and always have been. Yet, if I want to go out and pick up a new book to read my options continue to dwindle. Which rhymes with Kindle. … Continued
If you know anything about me, you know that I absolutely love music, radio and pop culture. You may also know that I wrote a book on all of those things called, ”No Static at All – a behind the scenes journey through radio and pop music.” As such, I have tremendous respect for authors and … Continued
When you’re home sick with the flu over the Thanksgiving holiday, you have a veritable doctor’s note to relax, heal and, it follows, do what I love to do: read. It was in that context that I was finally able to sit down with a book I’ve looked forward to digging into, “What Did Jesus … Continued