Rafael Pi Roman talks with Jim Dwyer, reporter and columnist for the New York Times.
In his new book, Bai tells the story of Gary Hart’s failed 1988 presidential campaign and how a fateful spring night in 1987 led to a shift in the practice of political journalism.
Rafael Pi Roman talks with Sam Roberts, Urban Affairs Correspondent for the New York Times.
Rafael Pi Roman sits down with Philip K. Howard, New York attorney and best-selling author, about his proposals for less rules and more common sense.
Rafael Pi Roman talks with Jennifer Ashley Tepper, a Broadway-destined theater aficionado who has compiled the first volume of tales from the most famous theaters in the world.
Rafael Pi Roman talks with Nathan Pyle, an Ohio-born illustrator who has created a humorous guide book for those who are new to New York.
Rafael Pi Roman talks with Adam Gittlin, a New York City commercial real estate executive who has turned to writing thrillers.
Rafael Pi Roman interviews John Manbeck about his new book, “Chronicles of Historic Brooklyn,” a collection of essays about Brooklyn excerpted from Manbeck’s weekly columns in “The Brooklyn Daily Eagle.”