Roberto Cavalli wrote off his home rennovation as a business deduction, and may now face time in prison. Didn’t Inman News write a how-to article on that? (Page Six)
Mayor Bloomberg, a businessman by nature, is creating competition in the downtown area for securing office tenants between the World Trade Center site and a West Side office district around an extension of the No. 7 subway line.
In other WTC news, the group “9/11 Was An Inside Job” watches Loose Change as they grip The New Pearl Harbor, confident they know the truth. Yet, “much of the Truth movement does not suspect for a moment that our defense spending has been a rip-off, that the FBI is a clumsy bureaucracy, that our spy agencies are deaf and dumb, and that our skyscrapers are not 100 percent safe.” (The Village Voice)
What do you think? Is a memory foam mattress good for sex? Certainly not if you’re having an affair. (Apartment Therapy)
The senior rabbi of the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale opposes turning Fieldston into a historic district. (New York Sun)