“It’s a very good education, the teachers are top notch, it really prepares kids very well for certain kinds of education,” said the lawyer Ed Hayes, who is perhaps most famous for being the real-life basis of the lawyer in Tom Wolfe’s Bonfire of the Vanities.
He was talking about Riverdale Country School, the chi-chi Read More
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