River House, the co-op so snooty that it makes 15 Central Park West seem like a hippie-dippy Woodstock for the monied classes, is, in a heartening development for those who yearn for a less obnoxious society, declining in prominence.
Consider this. While co-op owners at the 52nd Street and East River apartment house have listed Read More
Ten years ago, Jerry Levin was something of a slick New York shark–”a suit and tie man if ever there was one“–brash enough to merge his behemoth Time Warner with the internet giant AOL.
Now that the deal is considered one of worst mergers in history, and following the murder of his son, Mr. Read More
Two more New York children are dead,
allegedly at the hands of their abusive parents. In both cases, the system
designed to protect them failed, and once again questions are raised about the
way in which we look after the most innocent among us.
Herrnkind, 3 years old, was beaten to death in Read More
Bill Bradley and Al Gore had a fierce debate at the Apollo Theater on Feb. 21 and the winner was … Time Warner Inc.
Time Warner aired the debate exclusively on CNN and various Time Warner journalists ( Time managing editor Walter Isaacson, CNN guy Jeff Greenfield) hogged all the camera time during the post-debate Read More
The lawyer for the accused killer of Jonathan Levin, the popular high school teacher and son of Time Warner Inc. chief executive Gerald Levin, hopes to save his client’s life by citing evidence of the victim’s opposition to capital punishment.
Anthony Ricco, who is defending murder suspect Corey Arthur, told The Observer that he has Read More