SBD/Issue 232/Hot Reads
Published August 17, 2010
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
The N.Y. TIMES’ Harvey Araton writes of Knicks Owner James Dolan, “Those who know Dolan are unanimous in their portrayal of him as a dedicated and prideful contrarian, forever looking to prove that the world has been wrong about him, or whatever. … There is a very thin line between contrarianism and chaos when you constantly run on high-octane emotion, as does Dolan” (N.Y. TIMES).
The CHICAGO TRIBUNE’s Avila & Sachdev write Wrigley Field rooftop owners are “scrambling to feed their multimillion-dollar mortgages as the recession leaves their corporate customer base gun-shy from spending $30,000 on an outing that revolves around watching the Cubs play” (CHICAGO TRIBUNE).