Real Estate Reporter, Stamford Advocate
stamfordadvocate.com — he expressed bewilderment at the sudden loss of momentum for a project attached with significant economic stakes, including as many as 2,000 jobs, more than $16 million in tax and permitting revenue for the city and $50 million in state funding for the city's long-desired widening of the Atlantic Street underpass.
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nymag.com — China, U.S. Make Climate Deal BlackBook Founder Buying Back the Brand The first time I met Eddie Wise, he asked me for money. We were standing on East 189th Street in the Bronx, on a freezing afternoon in early 2007. My reporter's pad in hand, I asked him if I could write a story about him.
nytimes.com — When the third and final section of the High Line opens next year, it will represent a sharp aesthetic departure from the first two sections: Instead of modernistic benches and showy perennials, there will be rusted tracks overgrown with Queen Anne's lace and goldenrod.
newyorker.com — On Thursday evening, a television reporter approached Vladimir Putin and his wife, Lyudmila, in the Grand Kremlin Palace. The First Couple was leaving after the first act of the ballet "La Esmeralda." After a few minutes of small talk about music and dancing, she asked a most impossible question: Why did they appear so rarely in public together?
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