The Great Twitterank Panic of (11/12)/08, as Reported From the Front Lines of My Desk
Silos leader Walter Salas-Humara plays Martyrs’ on Thursday in support of his collaboration with novelist Jonathan Lethem.
They may be arguing about the 2009 budget, but Mayor Daley and the City Council agree on one thing: we’re hosed.
Harvey Weinstein has bought the screen rights to Tracy Letts’s August: Osage County.
The Tribune Company slashes its Washington operation, laying off Pulitzer winner John Crewdson and several others.
Desk cleaning 2008
Jesse Jackson Jr. and his extended network ramp up a campaign to get him appointed to Barack Obama’s position in the U.S. Senate.
Barack who? Hollywood’s been giving us black presidents for years.
Tonight: Free screening of “Duck Season” at the Instituto Cervantes
Is Valerie Jarrett the most likely Senate sub for Obama?
Applying for a job with the Obama administration? Check the Plum Book.
The inevitable Obama dog post.
Cutting back on Starbucks? You can do better, with local coffee companies, for less.
Something to read on Veterans Day.