Travel is as much about people as place. We identify “Oliver Twist” with the London of a certain era, “Scarlett O’Hara” with Atlanta, and “Archie Bunker” with a certain section and sentiment of Queens. In another New York borough, The Bronx, grand dame “Molly Goldberg” reigned from her window wisdom perch for some three decades. The following interview is an attempt to place and summarize this fictitious, but for some, “all too real” woman:
Bob Fisher is a consumate interviewer.