The only things that are really permanent are love, family, friendship, and that is a lesson. At the end of the day, that's really what it boils down to. The rest of it is just stuff.
I ran my own business when I was 19, buying condos and renovating apartment buildings.
I speak with my father about everything in my life.
New York City is the most important location in the world... it is the center for fashion, culture and finance.
When I bought 'The New York Observer,' my experience in journalism was limited to a single article I had written for a college magazine.
I was raised to work for my father when I was four.
People who live in SoHo want to be close to the energy, culture, and eccentricities of New York's most charming neighborhoods.
Age is a convenient barometer of what a person is capable of, but it is only one.
Browseability is the key online.
Every 'Observer' writer wants to be a novelist.
Growing up, around the dinner table my father and I didn't talk sports. We talked business.
I don't have time to date.
I grew up, a kid in New Jersey.
I have major sleeping problems. I'd rather be up thinking about things than actually sleeping.
I have six jobs.
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