Reporter specializing in political profiles and narratives about life, death and everything in between Education: Oberlin College, BA in English
Paul Schwartzman specializes in political profiles and narratives about life, death and everything in between. Before joining The Washington Post, he worked at the Bergen Record, the New York Post and the New York Daily News, where he covered Rudolph W. Giuliani’s rise as mayor. At the Washington Post, he has written for Metro, National, Style, and the Washington Post Magazine. He also has written profiles of Giuliani and Barry Scheck for Playboy magazine.
The building is known as the St. Urban, and you can find it in architecture books described as a fine example of Beaux Arts design. Here is where the joys and dramas unfolded: the visits from grandparents; the bar mitzvahs; the opening of report cards; the naps; and the teenage fights.