I’m springing for $319 tickets to the All-Star Game at Citi Field.
It brings to mind my days as a sportswriter at The New York Times. One day I opened my mail, and there, unsolicited, were Knicks and Rangers season tickets. I also had season tickets for the Jets. I had a pass that let Read More
It was a typical evening at the Real Estate Board of New York’s annual gala as John Cardinal O’Connor stepped up to the dais to address a crowd of several thousand of the city’s most ambitious commercial real estate brokers and owners.
But in a ritual repeated more or less each year, the archbishop of the New York archdiocese’s 2.37 million Catholics and one of the Vatican’s most forceful spokesmen in the United States during the 1980s, was summarily ignored by a brokerage community far more interested in making deals than in hearing the Gospel.