A couple of weeks ago, The Observer peered at a single light burning at failed condo project One Madison Park and speculated that it must be quite lonely at the top. Today The Journal reports that it’s a veritable frontier up there.
The dozen buyers (nine of whom The Observer has been told have moved Read More
Either the housing crisis is coming to an end or the apocalypse has arrived. The N.Y.U. economist who predicted the housing bubble’s spectacular burst has bought a $5.5 million condo in the East Village.
Nouriel Roubini (a.k.a. Dr. Doom) who only recently opined on a possible second crisis in the Read More
What you’ve always suspected is true: your elders kind of like it when you have to suck on the lemons of life experience. According to a study conducted by Drs. Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick of Ohio State and Matthias Hastall, from the Zeppelin University in Friedrichshafen, Germany, older folks are often shown in a negative light, derided Read More
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Now might be a good time to quote from Alessandra Stanley’s profile of Ms. Brown after the collapse of Talk magazine in 2002. ”I am still Tina Brown,” she said. ”I have been swimming in a howling sea of schadenfreude for the Read More
This weekend, the Post continued its gleeful coverage of the downfall of Ruth Madoff, and while their mockery is always fun in a “boys will be boys” kind of way, the latest development doesn’t really invite criticism the way past stories have. Ms. Madoff now apparently lives in Florida, near her sister, Read More