Howard Wolfson responded quickly this morning to a Maureen Dowd column in which Barack Obama’s finance chair David Geffen ripped Hillary Clinton as over-ambitious and dishonest.
“While Senator Obama was denouncing slash and burn politics yesterday, his campaign’s finance chair was viciously and personally attacking Senator Clinton and her husband. Read More
Howard Wolfson got up early this morning and fired off as shot at Barack Obama over comments made by Obama supporter David Geffen.
“While Senator Obama was denouncing slash and burn politics yesterday, his campaign’s finance chair was viciously and personally attacking Senator Clinton and her husband.
“If Senator Obama is indeed sincere about Read More
Last month, The Real Estate followed up on a couple reports in the New York Post about who was moving into an 11th floor apartment at 158 Mercer Street. (That’s just one floor above Andre Balazs).
Music mogul David Geffen was listed as one of the trustees buying the place, according Read More
158 Mercer Street.
David Geffen has just dropped $10 million on a loft at 158 Mercer St, according to the New York Post. Indeed, city records reveal that Mr. Geffen is one of three trustees listed on the deed-transfer record.
But today’s issue of The Post doesn’t report who will Read More
A Letter from our L.A. bureau:
In the days following the Hurricane Katrina disaster in New Orleans, the city of Los Angeles was subject to a blackout, an Al Qaeda terrorist threat, and the announcement by our action-hero governor that he’s running for re-election—even as he vetoed a bill legalizing gay marriage, plummeted to Read More
“I knew I didn’t want to work for anyone else,” said Adam Epstein as he bit into a forkful of a 10-ounce butterflied filet mignon at the Palm on a recent afternoon. With rounded cheeks and flashes of prematurely gray hair, Mr. Epstein spoke in fast, truncated sentences as he described why he became a Read More
As we lurch incongruously toward both war and the holidays, the words-or rather, the word-of a great philosopher keeps playing over and over in my head. The word is merge , and it was uttered not by some Eastern mystic referring to becoming one with the universe, but by Phil Singer, perhaps Manhattan’s most talented Read More
Meet the Upper East Side’s most eligible bachelor pad: Billionaire entertainment mogul David Geffen has listed his Fifth Avenue, one-bedroom co-op for $20 million.
“It’s a dream apartment for a single guy,” said a broker who recently toured the property at 785 Fifth Avenue, off 60th Street. “And as far as price is concerned, Read More
LOS ANGELES–On March 26 of the year 2000, Alan Ball, a screenwriter who came out of nowhere from sitcomland, clutched his Oscar on the stage of Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium and gave thanks to a plastic bag that he had once seen caught up in the cross currents of air that whirl in the artificial Read More