I’m Jewish. So I understand the desire not to offend. But seriously? It’s a little much with the politically correctness.
This was my view as I stopped to eat lunch in Hudson River Park on my way home from trampoline practice. I almost didn’t see this. It’s right here, in front of me, and yet I was oblivious to it for about 20 minutes while I was waiting for my salad. How is that possible? Because […]
After showings of my 3-bedroom Pre-War condo listing in Carnegie Hill this afternoon, I enough time to walk to my next appointment, at 68th and Fifth. Between President Obama’s visit to this area tonight and the Met Gala this evening, this typically quiet neighborhood was buzzing. As I took a leisurely stroll down Madison […]
Tonight is the start of Rosh Hashana. In addition to being the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashana is a holiday centered around personal transformation. We are asked to stop and think about who we are and who we want to be. What kind of future do we want to build for ourselves? More than simply […]