Geoff Gray is what many would call a true newsman.
The New York Magazine reporter, comrade, and North American person I can handily smoke in North American basketball, recently wrote a book about a mystery that has enthralled America since the Seventies, about a daring fellow who walked onto a jet plane wearing a suit, stuck up the jet plane, ordered himself a bourbon and seven up, pinched a stewardess' nipple, turned her into a nun, threw the loot in a briefcase, demanded the pilot fly at a specifically low altitude, then jumped off into the abyss somewhere over the pacific northwest…never to be heard from again (again, again…faint echo…echo…echo…)
European and North American college kids eager to get some first hand knowledge of Latin America’s unique sexual harassment policies are flocking to the likes of Buenos Aires, Medellin and Santiago de Chile, according to a CNN report. Bright-eyed undergrads from London and New York claim their experiences at top Latin American law firms, investment banks and advertising firms are showing them another, dynamic side of Latin America’s business culture and office politics. “It’s quite interesting to learn about another country’s judicial system,” explained a young Brit interning at a major B.A. firm, “while my boss caresses my knee.”
SO SPEAKING OF ART BASEL, WE HEAR Broadway's longest running musical "Les Swervewolfables" keeps on trucking along despite a last second change of venue to a new theater a few blocks down the Great White Way. Swervewolfables producers cited security and STD concerns in light of the new production of "Fiddler on the Russian Hooker's Roof" that was slated to open in the adjacent theater just doors down from the original Broadway location. "The show must and shall go on!" beamed an enthusiastic Irving "Artie" Swervewolf, clutching a fat stack of tickets in his hand and chomping on a pungent Macanudo, before bursting into impromptu song, to the delight of the legions of fans who'd congregated outside the Top Shop entrance in a clear sign of support for Swervewolf, Broadway's longest running show.
Bob Lefsetz. Sorta sounds like tourettsetz. so what happens when the world's foremost music insider guru dude develops an uncontrollable desire to curse at random moments? people stop being polite... and start getting real. Today Bob Tourettesetz tackles the rock and roll hall of mothershitfuckfame