Last night marked the inauguration of The New York Observer’s First Annual Young Philanthropy Event. On the chic PH-D rooftop lounge of the Dream Hotel, amidst panoramic views of the city and overlooking the twinkling lights of the Empire State building, some of the leading lights in philanthropy came together to celebrate giving back.
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AT JUST 23, ERIC TRUMP DECIDED that young people should do more for their community, so he started his own charitable foundation, the eponymous Eric Trump Foundation, which is committed to improving the lives of children who are battling life-threatening diseases at Saint Jude Children’s Hospital, an institution with a unique and amazing mandate: no Read More
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The weather’s finally right for golfing—we’ve been blowing off tee times all summer realizing we’d be sweating too hard to get a good grip on our tallboy or our pitching wedge! Today brings the Eric Trump Foundation Golf Invitational, during which the scion raises money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The evening’s post-golf festivities Read More
Mayor Bloomberg attends 2011 Tribeca Film Festival Opening Night in Manhattan. April 20, 2011 (Photo Credit: Kristen Artz)
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The last time this reporter interviewed Donald Trump, the guru responded to an inoffensive question by saying: “[Y]our questions are nasty and yet I answer them. I could throw you out; I guess if they got a little nastier I probably would.”
Mr. Trump, lips pursed, was not a man to quibble with. And Read More
It’s with a certain contempt that Manhattan’s developer class admits that among its most prominent family names—Rudin, Rose, Stern, Tisch, Durst—only one is a household word today: Trump.
Of course, Donald Trump’s real-estate empire is full of the kinds of dramatic reversals of fortune that have always attracted ink in this town.
And then, no Read More