Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Real Estate Log In Log In Today’s Paper Real Estate | A Gentler Way to Gentrify? Advertisement Supported by Gentrifier, interloper, developer: A new breed of builders is attempting to reclaim the “D” word and make development a little kinder and friendlier. Developer, and Other Dirty Words 14 Photos View Slide Show › Justin T. Gellerson for The New York Times ByStefanos Chen Aug 16, 2019 Don’t call the real estate development company Venn a developer. Its founders prefer “neighboring start-up.” And don’t call the company’s tenants, who are scattered across 20 buildings in the quickly gentrifying Brooklyn neighborhood of Bushwick, renters. They are “members” or “Venners.” “We describe ourselves as a new way of living,” said Or Bokobza, the chief executive, whose … [Read more...] about A Gentler Way to Gentrify?
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SEPTEMBER 16, 2016, 4:23:59 A.M. 911 operator: “This line is recorded. Where is your emergency?” Laura: “I’m at Somerville Hospital.” 911 operator: “I’m sorry. Where are you?” Laura: “Somerville Hospital.” 911 operator: “OK, what’s the emergency?” Laura: “I’m having an asthma attack. I’m dying.” 911 operator: “Whereabouts are you at the hospital?” Laura: “Emergency room.” 911 operator: “OK.” Laura: “I can’t get in.” 911 operator: “Let me get you into Somerville. You’re outside?” Laura: “Mm-hm.” 911 operator: “Are you in the parking lot?” Laura: “Yeah.” 911 operator: “Are you in a vehicle?” Laura: “No. I’m just outside it.” 911 operator: “At the door?” Laura: “Asthma. Asthma.” 911 operator: “Are you … [Read more...] about Laura Levis was left to die outside an ER. Why were the doors locked?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index U.S. Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByKevin Sack and Patricia Mazzei Oct. 17, 2018 TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Rick Scott had been governor of Florida for barely three months when questions first mounted about conflicts of interest. Fabulously wealthy but a newcomer to politics, Mr. Scott mandated random drug testing for state workers in March 2011, and was pushing the legislature to require it for welfare recipients. The Republican governor, who had made his fortune as a health care executive and investor, also proposed reorienting the state’s Medicaid system toward managed care. As it happened, those moves would have created vast potential markets for the chain of 32 urgent-care clinics that Mr. Scott had co-founded a decade earlier, after his forced resignation as chief executive of the hospital company Columbia/HCA. News reports about … [Read more...] about To Avoid Conflicts, Rick Scott Created a Trust Blind in Name Only
The real Glenn Cocco also unveiled in EW's photo shoot Ryan O'Connell, provided by Published 8:02 am PDT, Wednesday, October 3, 2018 Click through the slideshow for 9 ‘Mean Girls’ secrets revealed, from Amy Poehler’s fake boobs to Lindsay Lohan’s feud.1. Tina Fey now regrets not doing a “Mean Girls” sequel“At the time we did want to start the conversation about the sequel, and for whatever reason I was like, ‘No!!! We shouldn’t do that!'” Fey said. “Now I look back and I’m like, ‘Why?’ But now, no — it’s too late.” less Click through the slideshow for 9 ‘Mean Girls’ secrets revealed, from Amy Poehler’s fake boobs to Lindsay Lohan’s feud. 1. Tina Fey now regrets not doing a “Mean Girls” sequel “At the time we did ... more 2. Lindsay Lohan wanted to be Regina George, Rachel McAdams auditioned for Cady and Amanda Seyfried was … [Read more...] about 9 ‘Mean Girls’ Secrets Revealed, From Amy Poehler’s Fake Boobs to Lindsay Lohan’s Feud
Beth Miller Delaware News Journal Published 8:41 p.m. UTC Aug 22, 2018 Disability rights advocate Jamie Wolfe died on Wednesday. This feature about Wolfe was originally published on April 15, 2006. From the day she was born – May 24, 1966 – plenty of people knew where Jamie Wolfe belonged. In an institution. That's what doctors told Sheila and Martin Wolfe when their second daughter was born. That's what doctors said again when Jamie Wolfe was about 9 years old and struggling emotionally with her life. That's what some advisers said three years ago when she got pneumonia, slipped into respiratory failure and almost died. In an institution. Each time the answer was the same. "No," said her family. "No," said her friends. "No! No! No!" said Wolfe. Jamie Wolfe was born "like a pretzel," Sheila Wolfe said – her limbs and torso twisted by arthrogryposis, a condition that left her with no muscular development in her arms and legs. When a … [Read more...] about Advocate defies doctors, fights to help disabled