Over at the Daily Beast today, Maura Moynihan pens a piece in an attempt to revive movement on Moynihan Station, the long-planned expansion of Penn Station that has chronically been glued to the drawing boards.
The daughter of Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Ms. Moynihan began an advocacy effort for the station after her father’s Read More
As optimism about the Moynihan Station project morphs into uncertainty, Governor Spitzer, the man at the helm of the endeavor, faces a crucial test in coming weeks, as he turns with an open hat to City Hall and Washington for nearly $1 billion in funding.
The grand plan, which would allow for $14 billion Read More
Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, whose 2009 intentions are still not clear, is having a fund-raiser at the chic Lafayette Street restaurant Butter on January 9, according to an invitation a reader sent me.
Tickets range from $50 to $1,000, but the invitation says “Members of political clubs and students Read More
Daniel Patrick Moynihan, late a Senator from New York, can still pack them in. He’s been gone for two years now, but on May 2 dozens of New Yorkers-including the woman who holds his old Senate seat-gathered in the James A. Farley Post Office building to pay homage to his last dream.
Were he still Read More
Senator Hilary Clinton had just spent several hours on Friday, Sept. 17, touring an exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York about the life and times of her predecessor, the late Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, when she and a small group of architects and urban planners took an impromptu walk upstairs to Read More
Over an Irish coffee at O’Neill’s pub on Third Avenue, where she and proprietor Ciaran Staunton exchange laments over the Mayor’s smoking ban, Maura Moynihan digs into a bag of memories and pulls out a few of her favorite quotes. Such as:
“Oh, for the days when Boss Croker built the I.R.T. as a Read More