Eliot Spitzer has been keeping pretty quiet recently, hasn't he? After months of radio silence, he emerged from hiding this week to answer a few questions for TONY as part of the mag's 40th anniversary celebration. (The London edition's 40th, that is.) The ex-governor provided responses to a handful of trite questions—his favorite place in New York is the Reservoir in Central Park, his favorite New Yorker in history is Teddy Roosevelt—although he took a pass when asked how he feels now that he's no longer running the state. And if he could have a drink with one other notable New Yorker, who would that person be? "These days I prefer hanging out with my kids—having dinner and encouraging them to do their homework and put aside Facebook for awhile." Yes, we imagine keeping the kids away from the Internet is a good idea.