Meanwhile, we have memories of his greatest hits, the top one of which, I note, is connected to the now collapsed federal case against him. I recall a little derring-do in the reporting of that story -- I met my prominent anonymous source in a diner, and returned documents to said source's residence pre-publication.
Then there's this old chestnut (or Walnut) about Joe's hardscrabble childhood, and days when I used to drink in bars, and Jim Tedisco's disastrous congressional campaign.
On the Granger front, I'll be interviewed at 7 p.m. Wednesday April 16 onVoice America's Civil War Talk Radio. You can listen live, or later on archive. On Friday, April 25 at 2 p.m., I'll be giving a talk and signing books at the Hudson Falls Library. And here's another review.
.... and other nonpartisan grumbling about the new state budget can be found, localized and wrapped up in poor Jim Tedisco's press release, on my newish Ballston Journal blog. When something I blog or report for the Journal has Planet Albany relevance, I'll draw attention to it here. You can heckle in the comments there, or corner me after a book talk.
I need to hold my head up and lose the cardigan, and maybe let the gracious, skilled and knowledgable Joe Nash get a word in. I'm looking forward to seeing him again at the William K. Sanford Library in Colonie when I give a talk there on March 27 from 12:15 to 2, and hope to flog a few books.
Before then, in fact tomorrow, I'll be signing books from 1 to 2:30 at The Open Door in Schenectady.