Thursday, October 29, 2009


Save the cover story on sex for later, and make sure you read the fascinating behind-the-scenes piece on David Letterman. But first go to New York Magazine's feature on the new Hamlet on the Hudson, Rudy Giuliani.

The story will have local appeal since its scene-setter is Giuliani's recent appearance in Kingston (and quotes Ulster County GOP Chairman Mario Catalano). Even better, it tries to get into Giuliani's head in the wake of his poor showing in last year's presidential campaign and how it has impacted his political future and business ventures.

I came away from it believing Giuliani won't run for governor, given the quicksand atmosphere at the state Capitol.

One of the classic lines in the story involves Giuliani's favorable assessment of Albany because of its golf courses.
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