Big Russ and Me: Father and Son: Lessons of Life

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Tim Russert is perhaps the most admired man in television news. As NBC-TV's Washington bureau chief, producer; moderator of Meet the Press, the longest-running TV news program of all time; and host of the Tim Russert Show; he has garnered a huge fan base with his quick wit and candor. And every Tim Russert fan knows that Tim's #1 hero, hands down, is his dad -- Big Russ.

Big Russ and Me is an intensely personal, charming, down-to-earth look at Russert's roots, growing up a ...

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2004 Hard cover First edition. New in new dust jacket. Tight binding with clean text. New. First edition. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 352 p. Contains: Illustrations. ... Audience: General/trade. NBC-TV's former senior vice Washington bureau chief and host of "Meet the Press" offers an intensely personal and charming memoir of American life in the 1950s and the special bond he shares with his father The irrepressible Big Russ. From the lessons he learned from his father and his Catholic upbringing to his passion for the Buffalo Bills and the New York Yankees to the grace of daily obligations and patriotism, Russert's reflections hit the very epicenter of American values. Includes 16 pages of color and b&w photos. Read more Show Less

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Overview

Tim Russert is perhaps the most admired man in television news. As NBC-TV's Washington bureau chief, producer; moderator of Meet the Press, the longest-running TV news program of all time; and host of the Tim Russert Show; he has garnered a huge fan base with his quick wit and candor. And every Tim Russert fan knows that Tim's #1 hero, hands down, is his dad -- Big Russ.

Big Russ and Me is an intensely personal, charming, down-to-earth look at Russert's roots, growing up a hometown guy in 1950s working-class Buffalo, the son of a larger-than-life man and proud WWII veteran. From the indelible bond that links him to his father, to the lessons learned from his old-fashioned Catholic upbringing, from his passion for the Buffalo Bills and the New York Yankees, to the importance of hard work, the grace of daily obligations, and patriotism, Russert's reflections hit the very epicenter of American values.

Rich with personal anecdotes and Russert's easygoing style and straight-talking charm, Big Russ and Me will be embraced by his myriad fans -- and will delight dads across the country on Father's Day and for years to come.

Hear our exclusive audio interview with Tim Russert. (8:23)

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Meet the Press host Tim Russert serves up tough questions to the likes of Ted Kennedy and Dick Cheney, but for his mom, his dad, and his Jesuit teachers back at Canisius High, he has only the kindest words. Every confirmed Russert fan will enjoy this collection of gentle nostalgic pieces about his boyhood in blue-collar South Buffalo.
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Meet the newsman's father in this stupendously entertaining book. The senior Tim Russert served in WWII, married and settled in South Buffalo, N.Y., worked days for the Sanitation Department, drove a night truck for the local evening paper and raised four kids. The younger Russert's memoir begins as a tribute to his dad and the lessons he taught through the years, but also takes ample time to tell how Russert junior grew up and became the moderator of Meet the Press. His neighborhood in the 1950s was tightly knit, Irish Catholic and anchored by the institutions of marriage, family, church and school. Nuns and Legionnaires shaped young Russert's character; in high school, his Jesuit instructors strengthened and solidified it. John Kennedy's short life and career still resonated when Russert began law school in 1970. He worked on Daniel Patrick Moynihan's 1976 campaign, then on the senator's staff. A friend of Moynihan provided the link that brought Russert to NBC and the Today show. He first appeared as a panelist on Meet the Press in 1990, becoming moderator in 1991. Throughout his private and public life, Russert continually turned to his father for advice, and the older man's common sense served the younger pretty much without fail. The memoir is candid and generous, so warm-hearted that readers should forgive the occasional didactic touch (and it's a soft touch). There are hard ways to learn life lessons; fortunately, readers have Russert to thank for sharing his with them. 16 pages of b&w photos not seen by PW. Agent, Bob Barnett. (May 10) Forecast: Ads in the national press as well as the Buffalo News, along with TV satellite and radio drive time tours, and a 17-city author tour, should help Russert's memoir to take off. Readers of Tom Brokaw's books will enjoy it, as will dads of all ages. Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
Library Journal
Journalist Russert gives a warm tribute to his father, a Buffalo garbage man, World War II veteran, and one-man greatest generation, whose simple lessons of hard work, humility, and consideration for others guided his son through his Catholic school upbringing, his political education at the feet of Sen. Daniel Moynihan, and success as the host of TV's Meet the Press. Russert's good-natured, anecdotal style bobs amiably along at the surface of events, excitedly relating various brushes with greatness and enthusing over fried chicken, football, and faith. Although one suspects that the author might have provided a more textured reading of his own life story, David Guion's sincere tone and earnest, plain-spoken delivery serve the material well. Nothing crucial is lost in the abridgment; either version should prove popular in all libraries as an upbeat choice for multigenerational listening.-David Wright, Seattle P.L. Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
Kirkus Reviews
The gimlet-eyed interlocutor of Meet the Press is a pussycat when it comes to matters of family and faith. Russert, the kid from blue-collar South Buffalo who now grills the prominent and powerful, writes in a style as unadorned as the snow in the land of the Bills. Uncle Fran was a police detective and a great ballplayer. Big Russ, Tim's father, supported his family by driving a newspaper truck and collecting garbage; he instructed young Tim (Little Russ) in decent behavior and how to wrap trash considerately. Little Russ served as an altar boy, tended his paper route, and took a summer job on a garbage truck-he still seems to recognize garbage when he smells it, even if it's wrapped in the finest political fustian. The author fondly recalls hours with Dad at the Legion Hall, the nuns in grammar school, and his Jesuit teachers at Canisius High. In college, Tim booked speakers and entertainers for the University Club. A fan of both John F. and Robert Kennedy, he went to law school, then worked for Pat Moynihan, his intellectual father, and for Mario Cuomo. At NBC, he booked the Pope, no less, for Today before moving up to oversee the Washington news bureau and the Sunday morning talk shows. Russert offers little about the news business or his work on Meet the Press, eschewing the talking-head mode to speak from the heart in a particularly American way. (Check out the chapter titles: "Respect," "Work," "Faith," "Baseball," and "Cars," etc.) This memory piece is primarily a devoted tribute to Dad, and if Big Russ doesn't seem much different than anyone else's father, that's fine. As portrayed by his son, he's the best national Pop since Robert Young in Father Knows Best. And Little Russseems to be a pretty nice Dad himself. A largely self-effacing souvenir and a fulsome, sincere Father's Day greeting. (16 pp. photos, not seen)Author tour. Agent: Bob Barnett
From the Publisher
"What Tom Brokaw did for South Dakota, Russert will do for Buffalo. There's only one Tim Russert, and he's got a lot of clout. [This is] the Angela's Ashes of Buffalo."—The New York Post
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781401352080
  • Publisher: Miramax Books
  • Publication date: 5/10/2004
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

TIM RUSSERT is NBC-TV's senior vice-president and Washington Bureau Chief, the producer and moderator of Meet the Press, contributing political analyst for The Today Show, and host of his own weekly news program on MSNBC. He holds the Walter Cronkite Award for journalism and the American Legion Journalism Award. He lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife, writer Maureen Orth, and their son, Like, and was named "Dream Dad of the Year" by Parents magazine.

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  • Posted January 4, 2009

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    Wonderfully Heartwarming and Reaffirming

    I was always a fan of Tim Russert, and have been greatly saddened by his passing earlier this year. Much too soon for a man with so much to give. I bought this book for my Mom when it first came out and she loved it. I lost her last year and cried when I read what I had written inside when I gave it to her for Christmas in 2004. Reading this book brought tears to my eyes several times, however it is actually a very uplifting book, written in the language he spoke, for the "every man". His tremendous love for his father Russ and his son Luke are apparent, as is his respect for his Dad and those who had big impacts on his life. There's not a boring word inside this wonderful book. Tim touches on his youth, his faith, some of his politics, but mostly how Big Russ formed his very being and who he was as a man, and what he wanted to pass along to his son Luke. The last pages were inspiring, yet told a story that turned out to be his own. Enjoy those we love for however long we have them. We wouldn't turn away the chance to have them in our lives no matter how long or short that may be. Turned out to be prophetic words, indeed. A great read for anyone. I loved it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 9, 2008

    A reviewer

    I just finished reading it yesterday. From the book, I could sense the author is a beautiful person. He loves life, and appreciates his father, friends, colleagues, and almost everyone who was helpful to him. After reading the book, you will have a wonderful and warm feeling. I recommend this book to everyone!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 15, 2008

    Tim Russert 1950-2008

    I have not read this book. I went to B&N online to order it because Tim Russert passed away suddenly on June 13, 2008. I read through the 20 reviews and was completely dismayed when I read the very last review which is critical and unkind. I could have never written such a poignant novel about my father while he was still living. My dad died of cancer 3 years ago and leading up to his funeral, my human nature was to focus on the imperfections of my childhood. I had a great deal of regret after the funeral when I realized how much time I had spent grumbling about life's circumstances rather than embracing the hundreds of irreplaceable moments. HOW AMAZING that it didn't take his father's death for Tim to pen these endearing memories. God Bless Luke and Big Russ as they seek to live a joyful life with the huge void Tim Russert left behind.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 11, 2006

    Fantastic!

    I always try to watch Tim Russert on 'Meet the Press' every Sunday morning before church and I have always admired his sincerity, knowledge and honesty on the show. So, when I heard about his first book, I had to read it. To say I loved 'Big Russ and Me,' is an understatement. When, I heard him describe his second book, I knew I had to read that also. I bought it immediately and could not put it down for 2 days I read it almost non-stop. It is one of the most heart warming books that I have ever read. It makes you recall so many memories about your own Father. I was extremely lucky as I had a wonderful, happy, hard working Father who valued his wife and children above all else. He passed away 20 years ago but Tim's book brought back many wonderful memories. It is a great book. Thank you again, Tim.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2006

    As Good A Book As Ever Has Been Written

    As a retired educator with over thirty years experience and as a parent I do not believe I have ever read a book more down to earth or containing more common sense than BIG RUSS & ME. Tim Russert's words about education and parenting should be a model for us all. 'There's nothing worse than disappointing your parents and nothing better than making them proud.' 'I believe that parents of my generation have often failed out kids. We are so eager to be understanding and sympathetic that we end up being too lenient, even as we further undermine the already diminished authority of teachers, coaches, and principals.' 'After a few months of working in the trenches as a substitute teacher to earn money to go to law school, my respect for the teaching profession and the challenges it confronts soared even higher.' His words about the wisest commencement speech he ever heard in all of fifteen words: 'The best exercise of the human heart is reaching down and picking someone else up' is so true. If those today who are responsible for the spending of billions on programs such as NCLB and High Stakes Testing, which in theory are fine but with no chance of being attained, used common sense and Tim's words about education and parenting this country would be far better off and no where near as far in debt. We should all be thankful for Tim's and his Dad's words of wisdom. They don't come any better. I gave this book a rating of five only because there are none higher.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2005

    Chapter about high school is a must read for all

    Like Tim, I graduated from Canisius HS in 1968 and can vouch for everything Tim said in that chapter. That chapter should be a must read for everyone. Not only is it very funny, but Russert makes a very good point. Discipline back then was much stricter than it is in today's schools, and education was proportionately better. The US had the best educational system in the world then, now it certainly does not. Since graduating from Canisius I have enjoyed my careers as computer scientist and published author. I may not have liked all the discipline at the time, but it helped me to focus and step up to the best of my abilities. Thanks for a good book, Tim.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 16, 2004

    Father & Son!!

    What a wonderful story of a relationship between a son and his dad. It is very heartwarming and I reccommend it to all!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 21, 2004

    One of the BEST fall reads

    Watching Meet the Press will never be the same again after this glimpse into the heart and soul of Tim Russert. Exceptionally well written.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2004

    Boring

    I wanted to read a book about a father son relationship, not a saccharin news autobiography. I read it for my book club, but would have otherwise closed the book during the first half. If I wanted to read Chicken Soup for the Middle Age Soul, I could have picked up dozens of other books. Keep to TV where you shine Tim.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2004

    Wisdom in Buffalo

    I believe this is a terrific example of how a father should be and how much of an impact a father can have on ones life. It is a wonderful story about a wonderful father and son. A refreshing read from all the dsyfunctional families you usually read about.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2004

    I LOVED THIS BOOK!

    Remembering a time when FAMILY was central to your life, and learning how to truly 'live,' is what I took from this book. Tim Russert is a genuine decent human being. The apple doesn't fall to far from the tree.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2004

    A must read for the youth of today.............

    I loved the book, and half way through I realized it should be picked up by high school english teachers. They should give it to their students as a 'must read'. Todays young people have no clue about rules and responsibilities, or family life.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 27, 2004

    The Jesuits would be proud!

    This book while unique to Mr. Russert's experience captures the essence of the father-son relationship from childhood to adolescence to adulthood. His story speaks to all of us sons about the often understated greatness of our fathers! Go BILLS!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 26, 2004

    A real tribute to his dad

    Tim Russert gets it! This is a beautifully written book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 23, 2004

    Take Me Home Again

    This is one book you cannot help but enjoy. It is personal, funny, page after page enjoyable. I sometimes was laughing out loud and at other times I could feel the burning of my eyes as I remembered my own up bringing with my father. This is one of those books you can read on and on because its just like talking with the two. Mixing this with the memories can't be beat.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2004

    PRECIOUS MEMORIES OF EARLIER DAYS

    I have just finished reading Big Russ and Me and I have to say that I laughed and cried through the whole book. As a person who lost their father when only eight years old in the 50's I couldn't help but be a little jealous of Tim's relationship with his father both then and now. I watch Meet the Press every Sunday morning and now I know why Tim is such a great guy both in TV and his personal life. It is refreshing to hear a person who is proud of his upbringing, his religion and his beliefs and who remembers the values he was taught as a young person growing up in South Buffalo. Every father and son should be given this book to read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2004

    Cats in the cradle¿Harry Chapin¿s song comes to life!!!

    The background story behind this book is learning from your elders. In this particular one, we are talking about Tim Russert and how he explains the way that his father¿s knowledge (something that most children never appreciate until after the fact) and experience shaped his life. We learn of Big Russ, as he refers to his father, and how he was raise in poverty, was a WWII vet with an admirable record and his ability to raise his four children and support his household while holding down two jobs for a good part of his life. That, in itself, shows the character of Big Russ. As is the dream of every parent, Russert¿s life is anything but representative of the suffering his father witnessed. A wealthy lawyer, Capital Hill insider and married to a celebrity journalist, Russert is the success story his father could brag about to any and everyone. The book provides a nostalgic walk through time as the author reflects on his own life as well as that of his country. By the time you finish the book, you can understand why Big Russ earns the biggest title that any father can ever dream of. That of being seen as a hero in his own son¿s eyes. No amount of money or honors can ever top such a title as that.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2004

    Hearfelt Family Memoir

    Tim Russert weaves the lessons of his hard-knock, bootstrap Irish-Catholic background with a more modern emotional memoir of his family life. His relationship with his father is amazing, and if the book seems a bit gushy or too good to be true, it's a sign of Russert's regular-guy persona. Bonus points for a memoir more concerned with telling a story than showing off literary leaps of writing or the ego of the author. My other favorite family memoir is 'I Sleep At Red Lights: A True Story of Life After Triplets,' by Bruce Stockler, a hilarious, heartwarming and brutally honest account of marriage, being a Dad, work, career and making new priorities in life under pressure.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2004

    A great book for dad!

    I bought this book for myself, my dad and a larger print for my gram. We're all fans of Meet the Press. The book has some wonderful stories of Tim Russert's youth and his relationship with his father and his advice to his son. My dad went to the same high school and I'm sure will appreciate the references to the 'jug' as well as the influential teachers who are mentioned in the book. I'm looking forward to giving him the book for Father's Day.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2004

    A Wonderful Book!!!

    A superb book, everyone should read it. there is something for everyone in this book. I had the chance to meet Tim Russert at a benefit book signing at Newton Public Library and he is just a truly nice guy. He donated his time for this fundraiser, & talked about the book & took questions afterward & signed books & chatted with everyone, it was well worth the $50.00 donation.

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