NEW YORK — A century after the Titanic sank, the legacy of the ship's wealthiest and most famous passenger lives on quietly at the luxury hotel ...
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"21" took on a whole new meaning Wednesday evening, when the venerated hotel held a glamorous fete to celebrate - you guessed it - their 21st property...
The demise in succession of three African American figures of colossal stature on the eve of the new decade caused me to wonder anew about this designation, "black royalty."
As we adjust their GPS systems in their cars, we should tip our hats to those American explorers who thought little of mapping then foreign and dangerous territory.
At a time when financial bigwigs have made a mess of the U.S. economy, the deserved scorn heaped upon these greedy "masters of the universe" poses a problem for people with blue-blood monikers like mine.
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