Remembering Jane Jacobs
Jane Jacobs passed away on April 25 in Toronto, at the age of 89—and her legacy as a writer and activist will be felt in New York enduringly. From her seminal 1961 work, The Death and Life of Great American Cities, to her legendary battles with developer Robert Moses, Jacobs had Read More
Today, we remember Jane Jacobs, and catch up with funny-con William F. Buckley, Jr., and Eunice Shriver—and the AmWay king! Then it’s off to defend our honor at the PEN gala, which wasn’t easy. Fortunately we got to spend some downtime with Donna Karan. Meanwhile, we’ve seen those ladies wandering the Read More
Tomorrow morning, Eliot Spitzer speaks at the Westchester Association of Retarded Citizens Employer Recognition Breakfast at the Westchester Marriott.
In the afternoon, The William E. Simon Foundation presents the William E. Simon Prize in Social Entrepreneurship to Eunice Kennedy Shriver at the Union League Club.
Then, United University Professions, the union Read More