The Place to Be
Kate and Jim Lehrer hosted a book party at their Washington, D.C., home for journalist and former CBS News correspondent Roger Mudd and his book The Place to Be: Washington, CBS, and the Glory Days of Television News, published by published by PublicAffairs. Attending the party were many current and former CBS employees including Bernard and Marvin Kalb, Bob Schieffer, Rita Braver, Jack Germond, Bill Plante and Bruce Morton. close
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