By Lonely Planet, Mark Elliott, Bradley Mayhew
Lonely Planet critical Asia is your passport to the entire so much appropriate and up to date suggestion on what to work out, what to bypass, and what hidden discoveries watch for you. pattern lamb kebabs and nan bread from roadside grills, hike throughout the awesome canyons of the Kyrgyz Alatau diversity, or wonder at Yasaui Mausoleum's attractive structure; all along with your relied on commute spouse. Get to the center of primary Asia and start your trip now!
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Weaver of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Beatrice Kaufman, George’s wife, worked as an editor. Then their magazine friends: from Vanity Fair, managing editor Robert Benchley, drama critic Dorothy Parker, and writer Robert E. Sherwood; and Margaret Leech, fresh out of Vassar, from Condé Nast. Joining their ranks were Ruth Hale, who wrote book reviews and press releases; Harold Ross, who was struggling with editing work; Donald Ogden Stewart, a light comedy writer and playwright. Journalists Jane Grant, Herman J.
The men asked the Hippodrome scenery department to create a large banner that hung across the Algonquin dining room and misspelled Woollcott’s name again. Woollcott brought Ross, his old army buddy, and introduced him to the group. About twenty friends filled up long tables in the Pergola Room (today the Oak Room) and had a smashing time. Frank Case happily hosted the group that played such a big part in the life of the city. Nobody wrote down what was said or discussed at that very first meeting, but the mood and the fun struck a chord with the talented young New Yorkers.
Harold Ross had been a freelance reporter, working coast to coast on a string of papers. A natural-born editor, he cut his teeth on Stars and Stripes. The paper’s staff picked him, the buck private, to be managing editor. Alexander Woollcott made sergeant while on bedpan duty in a frontline hospital unit, but he finagled a transfer to the newspaper office in the 1st arrondissement. Woollcott worked in an army hospital in World War I; Sherwood and Stallings had their lives saved in one. ◆ ◆ ◆ The misfits who ended up in a war zone became friends and dined out on their war stories for decades.