PR POWER LIST
When reporters call, moguls don’t exactly rush to the phone. Most of them have trusted press reps who can pretty much anticipate their thoughts and filter them before hitting “send” to the media. Read More
The Lease Beat
The owners of 28-46 West 23rd Street are exploring an expansion of the building amid a hot streak in the Midtown South office district that has driven down vacancy and pushed rents up, The Commercial Observer has learned.
Not many landlords would have reason to celebrate landing a deal with Starbucks, a nearly ubiquitous retail presence in Manhattan.
But at 1140 Broadway, a roughly 200,000 square foot building owned by Colliers International executives Andy Roos and Michael Cohen, the deal the pair recently negotiated with the coffeehouse giant felt notable.
Andrea Peyser rides in Trump’s limo in New Hampshire, and captures the three-time presidential almost-candidate talking like a candidate.
“Mr. Trump! We have a 21st birthday here!” someone shouted.
“Oh, a voter!” he said, evidently unaware that the voting age is 18. “Vote for Trump!”
Uttering the phrase “Vote for Trump” Read More
In the paper this week, David Freedlander and I look at the people surrounding Donald Trump and his quasi-campaign. Key among them is adviser Michael Cohen, an attorney who, back in 2003, ran for City Council against Eva Moskoiwtz of Manhattan.
In this flier from Cohen’s campaign at the time, he attacked Moskowitz for Read More
City Council candidate Michael Cohen, whose departure from the New York State Assembly came up in Andrew Cuomo's investigation into alleged abuses of the state pension fund by aides to the former state comptroller, released a statement over the weekend saying he did nothing wrong.
Cohen, who has not been accused of Read More
Former assemblyman Michael Cohen isn’t being charged with wrongdoing by Andrew Cuomo’s office, but his role in the alleged scandal outlined today is, obviously, not a boost to Cohen’s current campaign for City Council.
I just got off the phone with one of his opponents, Mel Gagarin. I asked him Read More
Former assemblyman Michael Cohen left his seat in 2005 and was replaced by the son of then-state comptroller Alan Hevesi, whose office’s alleged role in facilitating the job-swap now figures into an investigation into an alleged pay-to-play scheme.
Cohen was not a target in the indictment announced this morning by Read More
Shall We Kiss?
Running time 96 minutes
Written and DIRECTED BY Emmanuel Mouret
Starring Julie Gayet, Michaël Cohen, Virginie Ledoyen, Emmanuel Mouret
Emmanuel Mouret’s Shall We Kiss? (Un Baiser S’il Vous Plaît), from his own screenplay, revolves around two couples and two more or less innocent bystanders as it ponders the profundities of Read More
Here’s a web video from Mel Gagarin, a City Council candidate running for a seat in Kew Gardens being vacated by Melinda Katz, who is running for City Comptroller.
Also running for that seat are Katz’s predecessor Karen Koslowitz, former Assemblyman Michael Cohen, Lynn Shulman – who lost Read More