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By Michelle Deal-Zimmerman, The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2011
One Baltimore woman has found her urban oasis — in Chicago. Deborah Robertson, 57, is the winner of the 2011 HGTV Urban Oasis, a luxurious, furnished one-bedroom residence on the 35th floor of Trump International Hotel & Tower in Chicago. The home, designed by Vern Yip — a judge on HGTV Design Star, offers views of the city skyline and a contemporary look with eclectic furnishings. It has one and a half baths, a gourmet kitchen and floor-to-ceiling windows. Amenities for Trump residents include a spa, fitness center, indoor pool, restaurants and 24-hour concierge.
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By Michelle Deal-Zimmerman, The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2011
One Baltimore woman has found her urban oasis — in Chicago. Deborah Robertson, 57, is the winner of the 2011 HGTV Urban Oasis, a luxurious, furnished one-bedroom residence on the 35th floor of Trump International Hotel & Tower in Chicago. The home, designed by Vern Yip — a judge on HGTV Design Star, offers views of the city skyline and a contemporary look with eclectic furnishings. It has one and a half baths, a gourmet kitchen and floor-to-ceiling windows. Amenities for Trump residents include a spa, fitness center, indoor pool, restaurants and 24-hour concierge.
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By Newsday | July 15, 1994
NEW YORK -- Elvis . . . er, Michael Jackson has left the building.Or has he?A crowd of 350 people hoping to catch a glimpse of Jackson gathered yesterday outside Trump Tower, where the superstar apparently has been living for at least a month.The Trump Organization wasn't commenting, but it was reported that Mr. Jackson is living in the Fifth Avenue building with Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of the late King, in a suite lent to the couple by Donald Trump.A spokesman for Mr. Jackson could not be reached.
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By Liz Smith and Liz Smith,Tribune Media Services | June 5, 2007
AND SO Paris Hilton is now in the clink, a bigger "star" than when she was sentenced and sure to emerge even more fascinating to those who adore her numbing charisma. But before she started paying her debt to society, my pal the writer Hal Lifson ran into her in Hollywood. Paris was being creative at Color Me Mine, a paint-it-yourself ceramics shop. Paris was creating clever bowls for her mom, Kathy, and her sister, Nicky. Something to remember her by before her brutal incarceration transforms her into a tough-talking moll, living on the edge, hanging around with disreputable types.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | May 26, 1992
NEW YORK -- Something nice is happening on the radio. On this Memorial Day weekend, a disc jockey with the sentimental heart of a patriot is playing music from some other America.It's the America in which we all want to believe but sometimes don't. It's the America of bravery and romance, and of shining cities, and it's the America where everybody gets a fair shot.But it's the America we sometimes feel too cynical to imagine anymore. Here's the kicker: It's a foreign-language radio station, 105.9 on this city's FM dial.
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By Liz Smith and Liz Smith,Tribune Media Services | June 5, 2007
AND SO Paris Hilton is now in the clink, a bigger "star" than when she was sentenced and sure to emerge even more fascinating to those who adore her numbing charisma. But before she started paying her debt to society, my pal the writer Hal Lifson ran into her in Hollywood. Paris was being creative at Color Me Mine, a paint-it-yourself ceramics shop. Paris was creating clever bowls for her mom, Kathy, and her sister, Nicky. Something to remember her by before her brutal incarceration transforms her into a tough-talking moll, living on the edge, hanging around with disreputable types.
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By Sydney H. Schanberg | December 23, 1993
THE TASTEFUL Trump-Maples nuptial ceremony took place Monday night. The low-key hymeneal rites were attended by all of Donald's and Marla's closest friends, with the exception of Mike Tyson, the pugilist, who was detained.Thousands of parvenus had clamored unsuccessfully for invitations to the wedding some have described as a living symbol of our age -- the joining of new money with no money.For myself, I offer here a list of memorable moments in the lives of Donald and Marla. Let it be a kind of keepsake scrapbook for those who may wish to recall the fullness of their histories.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | April 16, 2004
And so it came to pass that the final two were sent out into the Kingdom of Trump to undergo tests to determine which was worthy of a seat in the great conference room in the castle of the king of American commerce. That was the symbolic story of last night's finale of the season's red-hot reality TV phenomenon, The Apprentice, as Kwame Jackson, a Harvard M.B.A., and Bill Rancic, founder of a cigar company, went head-to-head to win a $250,000-a-year job working for Donald Trump. They were the last of 16 contestants who came to the steel-and-glass Manhattan castle known as Trump Tower back in January - a journey watched by as many as 20 million viewers a week.
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By Art Buchwald | October 4, 1990
WE HAD an international bankers conference in Washington last week. Bankers from all over the world attended and they seemed to be doing very well. How do I know this? Their limousines were lined up, bumper to bumper, from the Capitol to the Lincoln Memorial.With all the trouble the commercial banks are in, I thought the limo population would have decreased. But it seems to have gone up, not down.I mentioned it to Sam, who was one of the drivers waiting in front of the Four Seasons."I'm surprised to see so many bankers tooling around in their stretch automobiles," I said.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | April 15, 2004
While Donald Trump has been called many names, King Arthur is not one of them. But as twisted an Arthur as he might be, that's the mythic role Trump has come to play in NBC's reality series The Apprentice. And tonight, one of the 16 would-be knights of American capitalism who came on bended knee to Camelot (aka Trump Tower) back in January will win a seat at the big rectangular table in Trump's conference room. What do the simple folk do? Twenty million of us will tune in to see one supplicant knighted and another banished from the kingdom as Trump says, "You're fired" and "You're hired."
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | April 16, 2004
And so it came to pass that the final two were sent out into the Kingdom of Trump to undergo tests to determine which was worthy of a seat in the great conference room in the castle of the king of American commerce. That was the symbolic story of last night's finale of the season's red-hot reality TV phenomenon, The Apprentice, as Kwame Jackson, a Harvard M.B.A., and Bill Rancic, founder of a cigar company, went head-to-head to win a $250,000-a-year job working for Donald Trump. They were the last of 16 contestants who came to the steel-and-glass Manhattan castle known as Trump Tower back in January - a journey watched by as many as 20 million viewers a week.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | April 15, 2004
While Donald Trump has been called many names, King Arthur is not one of them. But as twisted an Arthur as he might be, that's the mythic role Trump has come to play in NBC's reality series The Apprentice. And tonight, one of the 16 would-be knights of American capitalism who came on bended knee to Camelot (aka Trump Tower) back in January will win a seat at the big rectangular table in Trump's conference room. What do the simple folk do? Twenty million of us will tune in to see one supplicant knighted and another banished from the kingdom as Trump says, "You're fired" and "You're hired."
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By Newsday | July 15, 1994
NEW YORK -- Elvis . . . er, Michael Jackson has left the building.Or has he?A crowd of 350 people hoping to catch a glimpse of Jackson gathered yesterday outside Trump Tower, where the superstar apparently has been living for at least a month.The Trump Organization wasn't commenting, but it was reported that Mr. Jackson is living in the Fifth Avenue building with Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of the late King, in a suite lent to the couple by Donald Trump.A spokesman for Mr. Jackson could not be reached.
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By Sydney H. Schanberg | December 23, 1993
THE TASTEFUL Trump-Maples nuptial ceremony took place Monday night. The low-key hymeneal rites were attended by all of Donald's and Marla's closest friends, with the exception of Mike Tyson, the pugilist, who was detained.Thousands of parvenus had clamored unsuccessfully for invitations to the wedding some have described as a living symbol of our age -- the joining of new money with no money.For myself, I offer here a list of memorable moments in the lives of Donald and Marla. Let it be a kind of keepsake scrapbook for those who may wish to recall the fullness of their histories.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | May 26, 1992
NEW YORK -- Something nice is happening on the radio. On this Memorial Day weekend, a disc jockey with the sentimental heart of a patriot is playing music from some other America.It's the America in which we all want to believe but sometimes don't. It's the America of bravery and romance, and of shining cities, and it's the America where everybody gets a fair shot.But it's the America we sometimes feel too cynical to imagine anymore. Here's the kicker: It's a foreign-language radio station, 105.9 on this city's FM dial.
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By Art Buchwald | October 4, 1990
WE HAD an international bankers conference in Washington last week. Bankers from all over the world attended and they seemed to be doing very well. How do I know this? Their limousines were lined up, bumper to bumper, from the Capitol to the Lincoln Memorial.With all the trouble the commercial banks are in, I thought the limo population would have decreased. But it seems to have gone up, not down.I mentioned it to Sam, who was one of the drivers waiting in front of the Four Seasons."I'm surprised to see so many bankers tooling around in their stretch automobiles," I said.
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By Newsday | March 25, 1991
NEW YORK -- The couple of the '80s who split in the '90s, Donald and Ivana Trump officially brought down the curtain Saturday when they settled on the divorce deal of the decade.In discussions Friday that went from 5 p.m. to midnight, Donald and Ivana met face to face in the Park Avenue law office of Jay Goldberg, who represents Donald. Things were testy for a while. But, Mr. Goldberg said, "As with all final divorce negotiations, things started off hot, and then reason overcame emotion."In the end, the $14 million cash settlement came down to who gets the old Mercedes (Ms. Trump)
BUSINESS
January 21, 1996
Streets of gold: Midtown Manhattan still glitters with the world's most expensive rents, a new survey reports. On Fifth Avenue between 49th Street and 57th Street, which boasts jewelers Cartier and Tiffany & Co. and the Trump Tower, space rented last year for $500 a square foot, according to Hirschfeld Group Inc., a retail real estate advisory firm. Second place? 57th Street between Fifth and Madison avenues, home to a Levi Strauss superstore and Warner Brothers Studio Store, with rents at $440 a square foot.
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