Aug. 5, 2005
St. Luke’s–Roosevelt Hospital Center
Valerie Russo, 37-year-old deputy commissioner for the Administration for Children’s Services of New York City, has taken a break worrying about the city’s kids to focus on her own darling firstborn. “I think being a mother will influence how I feel about work when Read More
Recently, four couples I know convened for lunch in Carnegie Hill with their toddlers and newborns. One friend is newly pregnant with her second child, while another gave birth to No. 2 three months ago. My son is 18 months old, and I just went off the pill again in the hopes of another little Read More
In the tower of the Carlyle Hotel, high above Madison Avenue,
Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece sits some days with her seamstress and
her advertising executives making and selling pretty dresses and sharp togs for
Manhattan’s little princes and princesses.
Over the last three months, sources tell The Observer , the wife of Greece’s Read More
Carnegie Hill: Is Citi Builder Trying to Wear Us Down?
Like a pair of punch-drunk fighters circling each other in a 10th-round grudge match, representatives of Citibank-which has sought, for nearly three years, to realize its plan for the construction of a residential tower above the bank’s Carnegie Hill branch-faced off again with residents Read More
Give Citibank credit for its tenacity. It couldn’t have been easy for its representatives to stand before a packed auditorium at the March 21 meeting of Board 8, trying to convince stone-faced board members and neighbors for the second time that the bank’s proposal to rebuild its Carnegie Hill branch with a residential tower above Read More