The property includes 3.9 idyllic “south-of-the-highway” acres that are minutes from the beach, plus a heated pool with a waterfall, a spa, a screened-in patio and room to add tennis courts. “The owner is now weighing his options, including demolition,” says Southampton Village Building Inspector Chris Talbot, who tells Gimme Shelter that the home is around 60 percent complete.
Known as the Stuart Richardson House, the historic New Jersey residence at 63 Chestnut Hill Place is hidden in the woods on a gated half-acre in tony Glen Ridge (not far from celebs like Stephen Colbert). Chinese artist, filmmaker and activist AI Water designed the modernist abode for one of his collectors, Christopher Tsai, in 2006.
(The project was a collab with Swiss firm UHF Architects and remains Water’s only private-home creation in the US; Tsai sold the home to its current owners for $4.25 million in 2013.) Inside, the home is covered in exotic wood and flooded with Hudson River Valley light, thanks to its walls of windows.
It boasts a chef’s kitchen and three fireplaces, while a second Y-shape structure, whose exteriors echo the corrugated metal of local farm sheds, serves as the guest house. The seven-bedroom 119 New light Lane in Bridgehampton will be completed this summer and is asking $8.995 million. Perello Design & Build Tao Group’s Rich Wolf is an investor with developer Rich Partly’s Partly Design & Build, whose new modern home at 119 New light Lane in Bridgehampton will complete construction by the end of the summer.
On the market for $8.995 million, the 8,500-square-foot, open-floor-plan home features seven bedrooms, eight full bathrooms, two powder rooms, three indoor fireplaces and a chef’s kitchen overlooking the yard. Kimberly Guilfoyle and Donald Trump.
Donald Trump., President DonaldTrump's oldest son, bought a home in the Hampton's with his girlfriend, former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle, according to Variety. The home is in tony Bridgehampton, where Bethany Frankel, star of Bravo's “Real Housewives of New York City,” has also owned properties.
It has seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a pool and hot tub, and it's “minutes” from the beach, according to the sale listing. The home includes “direct waterfront access” to a “25-acre natural spring fed pond,” according to the listing.
Kimberly Guilfoyle, top money-collector for Donald Trump and girlfriend to his eldest son, Junior, hosted a $20,000-per-dinner-seat fundraiser in their Bridgehampton home Thursday. Because the younger Don makes “ask the boss” jokes about his relationship, one attendee described the domestic scene in their reportedly $4.4 million, recently purchased home, to Page Six : “There are lots of ruffles and pastel colors and other frilly touches.” It’s Guilfoyle’s style, apparently.
Maybe it’s because Alley once tweeted “Dear Mr. President… You’re taking charge & leading in a manner needed & wanted for this country” of Trump and his coronavirus response. The fundraiser was Guilfoyle’s great return to the Hampton's after attending a “massless” Bridgehampton party in late June, attending fundraising events in Montana, testing positive for coronavirus, and driving back East with her boyfriend in a car to avoid others before Trump ’s Mount Rushmore speech.
President Donald Trump took time -- in the midst of announcing his administration's long-awaited but likely-to-fail plan for Middle East peace -- to praise his Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. What Trump was referring to was the decision by Pompey's State Department to ban an NPR reporter from an upcoming trip to the United Kingdom and Ukraine, among other countries.
That -- yelling at a reporter and demanding she find a foreign country on a map -- is what Trump called “very impressive” and praised Pompey for doing “a good job on her, actually.” “Really pathetic how Fox News is trying to be so politically correct by loading the airwaves with Democrats like Chris Van Pollen, the no name Senator from Maryland.
Trump's outrage over the fact that Fox News had a Democratic senator on is based on the belief that the network should never have anyone on air who disagrees with him. Among those reasons: Sean Hannity, “Fox & Friends,” Lou Dobbs, Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham.
Fox News has built its empire by fueling Trump's rise and then keeping it afloat (and prospering) in the eyes of conservative voters by offering almost unanimous support and justification of what he says and does. Trump takes that stance for granted because he fundamentally misunderstands -- whether purposely or not -- the role the media plays in a healthy democracy.
China on Tuesday reported two new coronavirus cases in the cities of Shanghai and Tianjin as it seeks to prevent small outbreaks from becoming larger ones. When Canal Saab heard that a massive explosion had struck Beirut, she grabbed her phone, frantically trying to reach loved ones there.
Taiwan began construction on a fleet of indigenous submarines on Tuesday, the latest move by the out-gunned island to bolster its defenses against increasingly bellicose threats from Beijing. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang I arrived in Japan on Tuesday to meet with his Japanese counterpart and discuss ways to revive their pandemic-hit economies as well as regional concerns over China’s growing influence.
Murphy's “team had notified the White House Counsel's Office on Friday that she planned to designate Biden the winner on Monday,” the Post reports. Trump hit his own “major inflection point” a day earlier, when his lawyers Rudy Giuliani and, especially, Sidney Powell, made wild, widely mocked vote fraud allegations but failed to present any credible evidence, Politico reports.
Asian shares were mostly higher Tuesday, encouraged by news on the development of coronavirus vaccines and more assurance for a transition of power in the U.S. to President-elect Joe Biden. In response, elected officials are imposing restrictions that, with some exceptions, fall short of the broad-based stay-at-home orders and business shutdowns seen in the spring.
Andrew Giuliani, son of Rudy and a special assistant to the president, has COVID-19, and this guy’s got it too,” offered Kimmel during his monologue. )“DJT will isolate for 14 days on his favorite stump,” joked Kimmel, throwing to the mummified photo of Don Jr.
David Dinkins, who broke barriers as New York City’s first African-American mayor, but was doomed to a single term by a soaring murder rate, stubborn unemployment and his mishandling of a riot in Brooklyn, has died. “I see them as Glenn Close at the end of Dangerous Liaisons, with the entire opera house jeering,” says Jill Kármán, creator and star of Odd Mom Out, a highly praised TV comedy that skewered the Ivanka-style perfectionism of Upper East Side mothers. Andrea Bernstein, a NYC investigative reporter and author of American Oligarchs: The Kushner, the Trumps, and the Marriage of Money and Power, says it’s not clear that they plan to return to New York, since the Kushner family real estate empire is now focused in the mid-Atlantic states and his wife no longer runs a fashion accessories business. Moreover, Bernstein points out, twin New York City and state investigations into Ivanka’s $780,000 in Azerbaijani consulting fees, the on-the-record skewering by former Manhattan friends and increased politicization (she joined the rifting chat site Parker this week) suggest Democratic New York may not be an optimal place to relocate.“I don’t see any indication they are coming back or would be welcome back here,” Bernstein says.
Obviously, some people have been burnt by the administration, but it’ll take very little time for them to buy their way back pretty and rule a certain roost.” Not all are so accommodating. But everyone with self-respect, a career, morals, respect for democracy, or who doesn’t want their friends to shame them both in private and public will steer clear.” Rehabilitation is a path that Trump -affiliated figures have been attempting to follow since political polls started to solidify in Joe Biden’s favor over the summer. Stephanie Winston Wolff, a former close friend of the first lady, Melania Trump, recently published a book based on their secretly recorded conversations.
New York art dealers may be happy to sell to them, but artists have told the Observer they don’t want their work in their couple’s $25m collection, philosophically, but also because they fear it could affect the value of their art.But the guest relations director of one of the city’s most fashionable restaurants, not far from Trump Tower, told the Observer: “Restaurants don’t have a blue section and a red section and it’s not a good idea to turn people away on perceived politics. People will be more interested in saying, ‘I saw so-and-so, can you believe it?’ and not, ‘I’m never going back there’.” At the same time, the perception of New York as a Democrat monoculture is almost certainly wrong: Trump received tens of thousands more votes in New York City in the 2020 presidential election than in 2016, and some of his largest gains came from an area not currently on the Trumps’ social radar: the South Bronx. Notwithstanding the Bronx, where the Trump Organization maintains a bleak-looking golf course, the social geography of political power is almost certainly shifting. Jill and Joe Biden are from Delaware; Kamala Harris has a formidable power base in the LA music scene, interceding in the seemingly intractable dispute between singers Brandy and Monica, and signalling that the chalice of ultra-monied power could soon be with Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga, former manager Troy Carter, Scooter Braun, Puff Daddy and Daniel Glass of the indie label Glass note.
This makes it the most music-orientated administration since Jimmy Carter campaigned with the Allan Brothers and welcomed Willie Nelson into the Oval Office. Bob Cola cello, linchpin of Andy Warhol’s factory and author of a two-volume biography of Nancy Reagan, told the Observer that while there were “a lot more Republicans on the Upper East Side than people might imagine”, city-dwellers are fundamentally “loyal and curious about people who have been in interesting positions of power”.“Nobody stopped seeing the Clinton's,” Cola cello points out. Hundreds of flights at one of China's busiest airports were cancelled Tuesday as Shanghai raced to bring a local coronavirus outbreak under control.
France is expected to loosen its coronavirus restrictions on Tuesday as the boss of a major airline said proof of vaccination will likely become the only way people can fly in a post-pandemic world. He was 93. Born in Trenton, New Jersey, Dinkins graduated from Howard University, and while enrolled at Brooklyn Law School, worked at a liquor store owned by his father-in-law.