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When Is A Chair More Than A Chair?

When Is A Chair More Than A Chair? You know what they say about cigars. But maybe you didn’t know that a chair can be more than something to sit on, that is, unless you live in a high rise, where everyone knows that chairs are as much a symbol of power as a place to park yourself. Here's what I mean. Read more »
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What Do I Do About The Porter Who’s Undressing Me?

What Do I Do About The Porter Who's Undressing Me? Creeped Out on CPW wants to know what to do about a relief doorman in her building who undresses her with his eyes whenever he sees her, and has a sultry photo of another attractive resident taped to the inside of his locker. Read more »
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Should I Rat On My Doorman?

Should I Rat On My Doorman? The Sage in the City is asked for advice by a Chelsea co-op owner on what to do about the difficult dilemma of a doorman who sleeps when he should be working, using a couch in the lobby to stretch out on. Should she protect him -- or her neighbors? Read more »
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Superwoman Hits Turbulence

Superwoman Hits Turbulence “There are hardly any of us, now I know why,” explained Ms. X, the super at a 61-unit co-op on Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn. “When I go to the technical meetings, I’m the woman.” But the real trouble was at her home turf, a 61-unit co-op on Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn. Read her saga. Read more »
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So How Does It Wash Out?

So How Does It Wash Out? You can put away those lightsabers. The battle is over, the compactor rooms unlocked, the sign up schedules removed, and the doorman back on the job. It’s back to business as usual. So what does it all mean? Read more »
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