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"The Inn Crowd"
Humor columnist, The Stamford Advocate
If I can afford to retire when I am eligible in five years -- I took a vow of poverty when I went into journalism, so I may be working posthumously -- I'd like to be an innkeeper.
Co-Op vs. Condo: What You Need to Know
Real Estate Professional, Dog, Lover, World Traveler, New York...
Our homes are divided into a series of different housing types. For those of you looking to buy, or simply for those of you looking to understand more about the housing industry in the city, here is a breakdown of the most popular forms of home ownership in New York City.
Death by Cheesecake: A Day at the Mall
Psychotherapist, interfaith minister, author and public speaker
Excess and emptiness, the perfect American submarine. These sparkly spaces are designed to pump us up, make us feel more alive, and yet the lived experience is one of enervation and death.
Non-profit Directors Face Personal Liability
Senior Scholar, Dean Institute for Corporate Governance and In...
New York Sits on Empty Housing While the Poor Face Displacement
In These Times and CultureStrike
New York feels like a bustling, overcrowded city, but in many ways -- physically, socially, and morally -- the Big Apple looks pretty empty these days.
Friday Talking Points  -- McCain House Party!
Political writer and blogger at ChrisWeigant.com
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