By William O'Shaughnessy
AirWAVES!, a set of greater than thirty years of editorials and statement given via William O'Shaughnessy, incorporates a huge spectrum of Westchester lifestyles, from politics to simply undeniable citizens.O'Shaughnessy, hailed The Squire of Westchester,by former governor Mario Cuomo, brings jointly a retrospective for the Golden Apple, Westchester County, supplying the reader with not just a slice of his articulate sort and sleek character, but additionally an historiography of occasions and happenings in and round the county.
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Howard Stern In this brilliant collection, Bill O'Shaughnessy gives us the gift of times we've never known . . when giants walked the land in the heart of the Eastern Establishment. Jimmy Breslin, Jr. My favorite ingredient in O'Shaughnessy's broadcasts is the zesty seasoning of meaningful vignettes about real people in actual, relevant situations. He beautifully sustains his celebrated stature as a commentator of insight, wit, charm, and uncompromising honesty, as well as overwhelming persuasion.
Mrs. Gallagher and her brilliant young associate, Matthew Deutsch, spent many months going through my archives, arranging material, and preparing manuscripts. The entire project owes a great deal to the organizational skills of young Mr. Deutsch who, as a brilliant and dedicated fledgling broadcaster, began in our intern program just a few, short years ago. Matt worked his magic on countless files in the Whitney Radio archives and newsroom while Don Stevens, another talented, young manager of rare gifts, kept the office going and both radio stations on the air.
Westchester is the home or the crossroads for aspiring politicians, captains of industry, publishers, bankers, and businessmen, as well as celebrities and entertainers of the first magnitude. Bill O'Shaughnessy is at home with them all at Le Cirque, the Four Seasons, the "21" Club, and, on weekends, the American Yacht Club or Winged Foot. Indeed, many of these "affluent influentials'' have become personal friends, as well as the subjects of his on-the-air musings. O'Shaughnessy is a Kennedy Democrat who became a Rockefeller Republican.