NYC timeshares boom back to life this year

NYC timeshares boom back to life this year

It’s time to buy a New York minute. After getting pounded by the pandemic, the city’s timeshare industry is rebounding with two new, high-end developments arriving this year as visitors return to the city. The Central at 5th by Hilton Club, a 34-story, new-construction tower at 12 E. 48th St. (which is, in fact, closer … Read more

Feeling isolated at work is a growing health concern

Feeling isolated at work is a growing health concern

Some equate loneliness with being a loser, unenthusiastic, hard to get along with, not personable, yet none of those labels fit actor, social media evangelist and COVID-19 investigator Samantina Zenon. Consider that during the pandemic she not only worked a full-time job, she also wrote a book, started a TikTok channel with almost 11,000 followers … Read more

Inside the charmed world of Mike Novogratz’s family dynasty

Inside the charmed world of Mike Novogratz's family dynasty

Mike Novogratz’s wrestling days at Princeton prepared him well for the rough-and-tumble world of Wall Street. “Wrestling’s a very tough sport,” investment banker Andy Rosen, who met Novogratz in college, told The Post. “When you are on the mat it’s just you. There are no excuses, no way out. Mike loves the fight. He also … Read more

How these little-known black female WWII heroes lifted morale

How these little-known black female WWII heroes lifted morale

It was 1945, and warehouses in Birmingham, England, were filled with millions of pieces of undelivered mail. As the Allied forces swept across Europe, mail delivery had become difficult, but the lack of care packages and letters from back home was hurting morale.  Enter the 6888: The 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion, a part of … Read more