1. Taking Talese Seriously

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    • A Conversation with Gay Talese

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      On the 50th Anniversary of the building of the Verrazano Bridge, Literary Reportage presents a conversation with Gay Talese about the newly revised edition of The Bridge. The conversation is moderated by Rob Boynton with special guests, Alex Marshall, How Cities Work, and Robert W. Walsh, head of Ironworkers Local #40. Monday, November 3, 2014 Arthur L Carter Journalism Institute

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      • Gay Talese on Being Italian-American [1995]

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        Lecture Gay Talese on Being Italian-American Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò New York University April 12, 1995

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        • Looking For Hemingway: Gay Talese Talks of Men and Books

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          American author Gay Talese is the bestselling author of eleven books. He was a reporter for the New York Times from 1956 to 1965, and since then he has written for the Times, Esquire, The New Yorker, Harper’s Magazine, and other national publications. He shares his insight into the life and work of Ernest Hemingway.

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          • Bookmark: Gay Talese

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            2013 Season, Episode 12 The distinguished New York based author of Honor Thy Father about mafia life, Thy Neighbor’s Wife about marriage and changing morality, and The Kingdom and the Power, a behind the scenes view of the New York Times. He worked for the Times earlier in his career writing noted pieces on Frank Sinatra and Joe DiMaggio among others. He got his start writing for the student newspaper at the University of Alabama. His latest is The Silent Season of a Hero: The Sports Writing of Gay Talese.

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            • Gay Talese and the NEW new journalism

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              Dan Rather sits down with author and journalist Gay Talese to talk about how the internet is changing the way we report and tell stories.

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              • Put This On, Episode 7: Personal Style

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                Episode seven of Put This On explores personal style - elegant, quirky, distinctive and everywhere in between. Field correspondent Dave Hill visits the annual meeting of the Corduroy Appreciation Club, held each year on 11/11, the date which most resembles corduroy. Then Roxana Altamirano brings a new Nerd Boyfriend segment, with an investigation of an icon of eccentric style, Andre Benjamin, aka Andre 3000 of Outkast. Plus: a conversation with one of the world's most elegant men, Gay Talese. He's not just one of America's most celebrated magazine writers and the man who invented the contemporary magazine profile. He's also one of the best-dressed men in the world, the son of an immigrant tailor who imbued in his progeny a love of fine clothing. Besides that, he's got his own lapel shape!

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                • Gay Talese: one of the finest style icons we've ever met

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                  Find us at thedepartmentofstyle.com Here at The Department of Style, we consider ourselves to be lucky. We get to travel to interesting places, meet people from all walks of life, and be exposed to classic style in all its various forms with joyful regularity. And every now and then, we get to meet a true legend. Gay Talese is one, not only for his writing but also for his remarkable clothes. ********** The Department of Style is a field guide to the timeless, the adventurous, and the enthusiastic. We celebrate craft. We explore tradition. We find the creative imaginations that take classic forms and make them their own. It is about understanding that in life, doing something right takes time, and skill, and effort. But therein lies the joy. Finding people who still do those things that way and telling their stories is the original Departmental mandate. Semper Intrepidus

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                  • Table 4 Writer's Foundation Gala Video

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                    This is a video I was hired to edit for the Table 4 Writer's Foundation, to play at their annual gala. Very exciting to work with such a great group, which is dedicated to helping upcoming writers get the support they need.

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                    • SMILING THROUGH THE APOCALYPSE TRAILER

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                      SMILING THROUGH THE APOCALYPSE - Esquire in the Sixties traces the editorial journey of legendary Esquire Magazine Editor Harold T. P. Hayes. Twenty three years after his father's passing, Hayes' son Tom, interviews Tom Wolfe, Gay Talese, Nora Ephron, Peter Bogdanovich, Gore Vidal, and many others, to find out what it was that made his father one of the greatest magazine editors of all time. His narration leads you through compelling stories about his father's rise to success including how his father flags down the Dizzy Gillespie tour bus in order to get a story for the college magazine, offering Cassius Clay $150 to let Tom Wolfe follow him around for three days, and defending his decision in running a cover showing My Lai Massacre mass murderer Lt. William Calley with a Cheshire cat smile, posing with grim faced Vietnamese children. It is a story of challenge, triumph, and defeat, that paints an explicit portrait of an era through a man who gave unprecedented journalistic freedom to an extraordinary group of writers, photographers and artists.

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