Fierce storm leaves 30,000 without power, Goldman makes $20M donation for new Harlem charter school … and more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 17, 2010 08:00 AM

1. Fierce storm rips through the city, leaving 30,000 without power [Post]
2. And takes down spire of St. George’s Episcopal Church in Queens in its wake [NYDN]
3. More scenes from last night’s wreckage [NYT]
4. Goldman fund makes $20M donation for new Harlem charter school and community center [AP via Post]

5. Bono’s Edun America fashion line upsizes to Soho’s 107 Grand Street [Crain’s]
6. Falcones painted Guccione mansion’s walls with “Wizard of Oz” scenes for twin daughters’ birthday party before beginning $10M renovation [Businessweek]
7. Local community board urges LMDC to move forward with WTC Performing Arts Center [Downtown Express]
8. Aviation heir Lulu de Kwiatkowski lists $2M UES co-op [Realestalker]

9. FHFA slams banks for not buying back bad mortgages from Fannie, Freddie [USA Today]
10. Ivana Trump sues Finnish designer over “Ivana” trademark [Reuters]

11. Rats invade Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn [NYDN]
12. Financial sector saw job growth in the city in August [WSJ]

13. Ex-Countrywide CEO Angelo Mozilo to face trial in SEC suit, judge rules [Bloomberg]

 

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