Robert Grossmanwas born on March 1, 1940 in Brooklyn and died on Thursday at his home in Manhattan.
In a career spanning fifty years, his illustrations have appeared over 500 times on the covers of various national publications such as TIME, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, Esquire, TV Guide, Sports Illustrated, The Times, The Nation, The New York Observer, The Atlantic Monthly, The New Republic, Evergreen Review, New York, National Lampoon, and The New York Times.
Edu Galán and Darío Adanti are sitting in the offices of satirical magazine Mongolia, in the basement of a shoe shop in Madrid’s Malasaña district, ruing the fact that a recent news story broke too late for them to put on their next front cover.
Newly chosen Progressive Conservative leader Doug Ford has been a familiar face to Ontarians – and especially Torontonians – for years. As a city councillor, he was by his brother Rob’s side during his headline-grabbing tenure as mayor.
Their father, Doug Ford Sr., was also a provincial politician and successful Etobicoke businessman.