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Edward Irving Koch, the outspoken, charismatic and feisty former mayor of New York City, passed away early Friday morning at New York-Presbyterian Hospital Columbia hospital.
By Orlando Lee Rodriguez In an era of massive residential towers, with almost too many amenities, it is a breath of fresh air sometimes to
When Jason T. Greenstein and Daniel L. Levine met at Newmark Grubb Knight Frank in 2001 as young trainees, they fast became friends, despite one
This year’s Super Bowl, with its first ever brother vs. brother head coaches and an East Coast Baltimore Ravens pitted against the West Coast San