Oct. 17, 2005
6 pounds, 14 ounces
Jennifer Provda, an analyst for EDS, a human-resources outsourcing company, used to say that she’d never have a baby. “I bought a Mini Cooper just to prove that point,” said Ms. Provda, 29. (Hey, why not a Prius?) But her firstborn, Read More
My grandmother Nadia passed away a couple of weeks ago at the impressive age of 104, almost 105. And last week I performed the quintessential New York act of pricing a bench in her honor in Central Park. They’re going for $7,500 these days.
“I thought they were $5,000,” I said to Molly Roberts, who Read More
I greedily read with a lump in my throat (not to mention a certain frisson of fascination) about the trial of Rabbi Fred Neulander of Cherry Hill, N.J., who is accused of having his wife killed in order to carry on with the host of a radio talk show in Philadelphia. At least this murder Read More