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Posted at 4:15 PM ET, 03/ 9/2011

Dumped by NPR, Vivian Schiller forges ahead with book party

By The Reliable Source

Vivian Schiller in 2009. (AP/Kevin Wolf)



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."

By The Reliable Source  | March 9, 2011; 4:15 PM ET
 
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Translation = It was too late to get the deposit back from the caterer.

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