Money's N.Y. Ad Director Tony Haskel says this year's charity golf outing of the Marine Corps Law Enforcement Foundation is May 27 at Picatinny Arsenal, N.J. Proceeds go to scholarships for kids whose active-duty Marine parents were killed in the line of duty.
Weather Channel promoted Paul Iaffaldano to senior VP-national sales and ad product development. He'd been chief revenue officer of weather.com.
Parenting Group Prez David Kieselstein tells me both Parenting and BabyTalk mag (69 years old) will break all-time revenue records this summer.
Longtime Fairchild ace foreign correspondent (also possibly CIA man) Barney Leason, who now lives (and bottles wine) along the central California coast, has a new novel out, "Shredded," all about a book editor killed on the Times Square subway tracks (anyone we know and was he pushed?) iUniverse published. Leason's first novel was the best-selling "Rodeo Drive." His wife Jody Jacobs, also an author, is the former society columnist of the L.A. Times.
Their defenders say those smirking, capering Baghdad MPs weren't properly trained in prison work. Whatever happened to knowing right from wrong? The Army Times got it right, calling them "morons."