Mary Jo Kane said “the best non-sports evening” she ever spent was seeing Nora Ephron interviewed by Kerri Miller at the Fitzgerald. Kane is reading Ephron’s “I Feel Bad About My Neck” and her New Yorker essay, “My Life as an Heiress.”
John Tauer said “part of coaching and teaching is bringing in people who need development.” To help him learn to guide people more effectively, he is reading “Nudge,” a book about improving decision-making and encouraging people to make changes in their lives.
You can’t get your hands on the book that Esera Tuaolo is reading. A friend asked him to read a manuscript called “Father McAndrews” about “a priest coming back to his roots in Minnesota.” Maybe it will be on the shelf at your local bookstore someday.