I have taken great pride in helping make sure Andrea was part of it when the news world went digital. When the New York Post first went digital, I complained profusely that Andrea’s column, along with that of Cindy Adams, did not appear in any listing on their directory. Since I am a faithful reader of both, I searched everywhere to find their columns. I sent emails and made countless calls to the editorial staff, complaining. Then one day, presto, their columns appeared. I am still not happy that they are listed under Columnists instead of Entertainment, but it is better than nothing.
Andrea Peyser has worked for the New York Post for as long as I can remember. She has a way with words that few can equal. Even when I disagree with Andrea, I can’t get over how she uses words in such a way that best describes a situation. It is a rare talent to be able to write about a situation or an event from a totally different viewpoint. She comes up with angles that most have never thought about. Sometimes I find myself laughing out loud. Other times I cringe because she is so harsh.
You never know what to expect from her. That is why she has such a huge following. Today she wrote about Ed Koch’s funeral. Mayor Koch would have been amused. So keep reading Andrea in the Post. She is a true New York treasure.
Read Today’s Column: A shame Ed had to miss this farewell blowout!