740 Park Avenue

Park Avenue: Money, Power and the American Dream

I bet most of you never heard of 740 Park Avenue. Unless you have a billion dollars in your pocket, most likely you haven’t been invited there. The uber expensive co-op just happens to be home to many of the wealthiest families in America.They are also the most politically powerful.


That’s not the entire story. The documentary also covers the disparity between the families who live on Park Avenue in Manhattan to those who live on Park Avenue in the Bronx. You go from a 20,000 sq.ft. apartment to a roach infested tenement. It gives you a lot to think about.


The reason why I posted this is because I am not happy about the way a lot of folks have been talking about my hometown. I’m not happy about the way NYC residents ran to the burbs to hide during the pandemic. Instead of staying put and helping retailers and restaurants restore themselves, they are letting others do the heavy lifting. Once the cold weather sets in, watch them come crawling back. Lock the door and don’t let them in.



This gorgeous piece of art was created by artist John DeFaro. This lucky gem will put Biden/Harris in the White House.


Kathryn Mikesell of Fountainhead Residency is a Miami Hero.

FWC (Fish & Wildlife Conservation) to test water after thousands of fish turn up dead in Biscayne Bay


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