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Family Matters

When Push Comes to Shove

Who says a little sister-in-law rivalry can’t be productive? The Vanderbilt and Kennedy women clearly benefited. The Windsor SILs appear to be, too.

Revelers party under the light of the arch, with nary a policeman in sight. Image courtesy of Daisy Prince
Downtown Vibe

Agita in Greenwich Village

The pandemic brought heroin and all-night ragers to Washington Square Park. What’s next?

Trends

An Rx for the Ultra Rich

If health is wealth, medical clubs are the new gold standard for the elite. And privacy counts as currency. 

One of NYC's toniest buildings, 740 Park Avenue.
Apartment Living

Holy Smoke!

The Devil’s Lettuce has come to Park Avenue. More pungent than cigarettes, pot smoke is now the subject of co-op board meetings. But what can really be done about it?

Philanthropy

Giving à deux, then saying adieu

When the rich and powerful split, what happens to the causes they have devoted a marriage to?

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