Bluie East Two has been closed for seven decades—but the remnants of a once-mighty air base remain.
Paula Froelich is the New York Times bestselling author of the debut novel, Mercury in Retrograde. Previously at Page Six, Entertainment Tonight, and The Insider, she is now blogging for the Sundance Channel, working on her next novel, a radio show, a TV show, and other projects.
This author is thankful for friends, family—and spending the holiday at the home of a famous comedienne.
The links between bad jobs and physical ailments are becoming ever clearer.
Broadwell isn’t the first. Rejected paramours tend to act out—in inappropriate ways. By Paula Froelich.
More than $4 billion blown on this election? Paula Froelich has a few better uses for all of that money.
Billions of dollars in property value are at stake—and the 1 percent who own the best of it are bracing for the worst. Paula Froelich on the hurricane elite’s disaster plans.
Driven by a frenzied media, mothers are now looking twice at their most trusted employees.
It’s every parent’s worst nightmare: a nanny who snaps. Paula Froelich on panicking New York parents.
Paula Froelich reports on the new breed of high-end matchmakers—and their wealthy, powerful clients.
Cooper. Sawyer. Blitzer. They have multimillion-dollar contracts and perfect hair. But which newsmakers deliver the most bang for their boss’s bucks? Paula Froelich does the math.