So on one hand, Tom Suozzi filed his petitions early and had more than 40,000 signatures – well above the 15,000 he needed to make it onto the ballot.
On the other, 40,000 is hardly an intimidating show of strength for a statewide candidate. Andrew Cuomo, if I’m recalling correctly, filed more than 100,000 signatures Read More
Missing Minks Make Upper East Side Dames Mad as Heck
We may be seeing the effects of global warming this balmy winter. But that doesn’t mean that mink is any less popular than it used to be, as a couple of recent incidents seem to suggest. On Feb. 28, an East 76th Street resident Read More
“In the language of politics,” a political lifer told The Observer , “there are two kinds of verb: killing and screwing.” Not the prettiest point, perhaps, but seeing how it was made at the New York State Democratic convention, held at the Rye Town Hilton in Westchester May 26-28, it had to be conceded. Read More
Mystery in Mustique
Already shaken by the stroke suffered by Britain’s Princess Margaret on Feb. 23, the 646 residents of Mustique-the much-ballyhooed private hideaway in the eastern Caribbean-were hardly prepared for the mysterious death of fellow vacationer Susan Musberger on Feb. 27.
Musberger, a French citizen and longtime island visitor-she was a fixture on Mustique Read More