YOU’RE not alone. The scourge of loneliness is sweeping the land. David Brooks, the Opinion columnist of The New York Times for 20 years, wrote in the AARP Bulletin that the scourge of loneliness is widespread because people are less likely to attend church, synagogue and mosque, to belong to the Elks Club or the Kiwanis Club, and are having smaller families.
I showed the world what the power of publicity can achieve when I discovered Dick Gregory and launched him in orbit in Chicago 1961.
A HUNDRED years later, the genocide by the Ottoman Empire of Armenian Christians during the First World War is still a volatile topic.
NEW YORK POST celebrity columnist Earl Wilson was running scared. The day his tell-all book, Sinatra: An Unauthorized Biography, was published in 1976 it enraged Ol’ Blue Eyes.