Jovial restaurateur Drew Nieporent stood outside of Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall on Monday evening, May 4, holding an umbrella in one hand and a smoldering stogie in the other.
A Cuban? Never! “You’re too young to remember, but Ken Aretsky almost went to prison for that!” Mr. Nieporent said, referring to the proprietor of Read More
Today marked the ceremonial ribbon-cutting of the hugely hyped Chelsea hotel in Atlantic City.
Hotelier Curtis Bashaw recently sat down with The Observer to discuss the $110 million project, which aims to lure more young, hip New Yorkers to South Jersey’s gritty gaming town and otherwise restore some of the ancient seaside destination’s Read More
Remembering Andrea Bronfman
“I got up this morning and saw the front page of the New York Post—the idea that someone would use the word ‘socialite’ to describe her …. If she was anything, she was the un-socialite,” said Doug Anderson yesterday. Mr. Anderson was a co-founder, with Andrea Bronfman, of the Association of Israel’s Read More