Dumped by NPR, Vivian Schiller forges ahead with book party
Jobs come and go, but the Washington book party is forever. Vivian Schiller, who just got forced out by NPR, will still host a book party at her Bethesda home Thursday for Steven Rosenbaum, author of "Curation Nation." "There are some people who aren't bowed by adversity. Instead, they focus and remain steadfast," Rosenbaum e-mailed to the invitees Wednesday, just hours after her abrupt ouster. Schiller, he wrote, is "not about to let today's headlines deter her, or us. . . Vivian says she now has more time to prepare for the party."
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| March 9, 2011; 4:15 PM ET
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